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>> No. 10692 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 11:14 pm
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What's your favourite Ristorante pizza?

I usually go for the Mozzarella one, it's hard to beat those little flavour explosions of garlic butter. I would prefer the Funghi ones, the taste and the flavour of the mushrooms is magnificent for the price, but it's not stocked in many places.
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>> No. 10693 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 11:21 pm
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I bought one of these for the first time today, how strange. Will report back when eaten.
>> No. 10694 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 11:33 pm
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These are fucking rank m8. Bought one once, nearly puked. Never buying again.
>> No. 10695 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 11:48 pm
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I think Dr Oetker is a stupid name. For a pizza, I want an Italian sounding name: Signor Farinacelli di Vinci's finest oven pizza. Dr Oetker sounds like a name for some kind of horrible dry oat cake - something for old people, found in the chemist's , or in a special old person aisle at the supermarket.
>> No. 10696 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 11:51 pm
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>>10694

The box claims to contain an "authentic Italian restaurant taste". Could any well-traveled lads confirm that there exists a proliferation of eateries specializing in soggy-cardboard-with-a-topping-of-walrus-spunk on the peninsula?
>> No. 10697 Anonymous
14th July 2014
Monday 11:59 pm
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>>10694
Compared to what? I've not found a better frozen pizza. It's better than even some of the fancier delivered pizzas I've had.

Not very filling, but tasty.
>> No. 10698 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:01 am
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>>10697

>It's better than even some of the fancier delivered pizzas I've had.

Where do you live? Kabul?
>> No. 10699 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:05 am
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>>10698
London.
>> No. 10700 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:07 am
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>>10699

Afghanistan's second city, then.
>> No. 10701 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:13 am
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>>10700

Go to bed Nigel.
>> No. 10702 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:18 am
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>>10701

Do you have beds in that shithole? I thought you all slept in doorways.
>> No. 10703 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:23 am
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>>10696

Real Italian pizza's are square.
>> No. 10704 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:41 am
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>>10697

I'd agree with you there. I've only tried the mozzarella and vegetable ones but they are very tasty. Bought a seafood one because I figure if there's a pizza with shellfish on that won't a) taste like shit and b) give me the shits results pending, it will probably be this brand. Consistent quality.

I cooked a pizza earlier that was just fucking awful. Spent ages looking at all the one's in the local supermarket and went for this one based purely on the picture on the box and that it was stuffed crust.

The stuffed crust meant there was too much dough so some of it was shitting raw. I don't know what cheese they used but I'm in France so cheddar is never going to be present, they almost all taste like arsepiss.

Then, the final stabs to my nut sack, with this X inch disappointment, was the fact that at least one inch was missing from the entire pizza. Oh sure, let's stick it in a larger box because cardboard costs less than actual food stuff.

What kind of stuff crust let down was this you are wondering? Pepperoni. The box displayed a lavish smothering of thin meat slices carefully laid about. How many pieces were on the actual pizza? One. One! One fuckling slice, cock suckling mother fuckers. What evil sociopathic prick is sitting in some corporate office, green lighting these god damn pizzas!?

I started laughing when I took it out the box, if my phone had a camera I'd have taken a picture. It should have been a warning sign for the giant dump it was about to take on my taste buds.

The worst part is, I bought 2 of the blasted things in case someone else ate it before I could. I'm honestly tempted to take the second one out the box, take a photo and frisbee it into the nearby woods.

It was my only cunting meal today too.

Yeh, I'll have a Ristorante please.
>> No. 10705 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:47 am
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>>10704
>went for this one based purely on the picture on the box and that it was stuffed crust.
I (drunkenly) ordered one of Pizza Huts burger crusts. Possibly the most disgusting thing I've had supplied to me as "food" in decades. I don't want to dig into my memories of the thing in any reasonable detail but please, if anyone reading this is as dumb as me, don't be tempted. It's just sickening.
I don't understand how pizza hut manage to survive, the two times I've ordered anything from them in the past 16 years it was terrible, barely edible at all. I'd rather eat those smiley face potato things.
>> No. 10706 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:51 am
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>>10705

I just googled it fucking hell m8...
>> No. 10708 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 12:55 am
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>>10706

That unwashed phimosis looks more edible than what I received. At least the toppings cover the edges.
>> No. 10709 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:11 am
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>>10706
That doesn't look bad to be honest...
>> No. 10710 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:24 am
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>>10705
>I don't understand how pizza hut manage to survive

They're the first "restaurant" anyone goes to. They exist on the back of 15/16 year olds going for their first date.
>> No. 10711 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:30 am
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>>10706
I picked up a burger crust pizza at my local tesco as it was on the cheap. Without the price drop you could have had bought 3 regular oven pizzas.

Now pizzas in their natural habitat are very greasy but I've never had a pizza this greasy. It tasted alright but burger patties on a pizza crust is pure indulgence and completely unnecessary. Stuffed crust makes sense, share and tear cheese bites too but the burger crust is simply too much. Though I am surprised it caught on quicker than the layer pizza thing.
>> No. 10712 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 2:07 am
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>>10706 I have to agree with >>10709 in saying that it doesn't look so bad. Pizza Hut stuff is just average in my experience. Although a friend once insisted on their "Seafood Pizza" or something like that and it tasted like hot vinegar and old semen if memory serves. Anyway, I have terrible memories of Pizza Hut for another reason, but that's a story for another time, another place, another thread...

P.S. I'd rather clean the kitchen of a Pizza Hut with my tongue than eat a Domino's pizza. Greasier than Joffrey's cunt those things.
>> No. 10714 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 2:26 am
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>>10699

There are eight (edited because I said three originally, I'm getting old) Franco Mancas in London. Their pizzas are considered the best in London and are better than anything I ate in Rome. They also level out at roughly £7 each. Get yourself a clue, lad.
>> No. 10715 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 10:14 am
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Pizza Cake.

Where's your God now?
>> No. 10716 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 10:31 am
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>>10715

This would probably kill me.

I'm lactose intolerant, I get acid reflux and I have IBS. The cheese would give me diarrhoea, the pepperoni would give me heartburn and the grease would aggravate my IBS giving me double diarrhoea.

All they would find is a dried out husk by the toilet.
>> No. 10717 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 11:01 am
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>>10705>>10706
I'm sure there's pictures of it in another /nom/ thread, possibly the Nando's one.

Anyway, the best ready pizza you can buy is Co-ops Truly Irresistible mushroom one but it's relatively expensive so I usually pop to Heron and get the big Chicago Town takeaway ones at £1.50 a pop.
>> No. 10718 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 1:42 pm
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I've always wanted to try a Chicago-style pizza pie.
>> No. 10719 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 3:46 pm
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The spinach or vegetarian one so I can squint my eyes and imagine I'm one of those healthy functional adults that you imagine other people to be rather than a fat fuck who can't be bothered to cook.

I usually avoid Dr Oetker though, if you look at the traffic lights on the side its all red with scary figures like 80% of the saturated fat which is surprising considering its competitors manage to stay in the yellow. I mean its a thin pizza so it has no right to kill me.
>> No. 10720 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 5:06 pm
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>>10715
That's clearly a pie.
>> No. 10721 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 5:15 pm
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>>10719

>if you look at the traffic lights on the side its all red with scary figures like 80% of the saturated fat which is surprising considering its competitors manage to stay in the yellow.

Check the small print. Those traffic lights are based on serving size, which is often woefully unrepresentative of how people actually eat. For pizzas, this is usually a half (or less) of the pizza, based on the fiction that most pizzas will be shared. Packets of crisps often use this trick, as do most 500ml bottles of soft drink.
>> No. 10722 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 11:35 pm
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My condolences for all the bad memories.

On a postive note, if you're in Sweden get yourself one of these bastards. Kebab pizza is undoubtedly the best marriage of two shit foods. The restuarant version come with two kebab sauces, garlic and spicey. The pickled peppers give delicious bursts of vinegar and spiciness. The meat is probably halal and therefore not great, so don't have too high expectations.

As for the worst, in recent times, I'd have to say Domino's. I strongly believe that quality differs from place to place, but in my once student populated area, you'd have the surliest, rudest, cuntish cunts at the till, followed by a line of apathetic pizza assemblers. When you finally sit through what seems like ages, you walk home, excitedly get everything ready. Open the drinks, get some napkins, plates, etc. Open the box, and what greats you is a doughy pile of shite.
>> No. 10723 Anonymous
15th July 2014
Tuesday 11:52 pm
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>>10722
>When you finally sit through what seems like ages, you walk home

At uni one of my friends lived opposite a Dominos and he'd regularly order pizzas online because it was actually cheaper than just crossing the road.
>> No. 10726 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 12:02 am
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>>10723
>he'd regularly order pizzas online
I doubt it.
>> No. 10727 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 12:04 am
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>>10726
Two for Tuesday each week is 'regular' by anyone's reckoning.
>> No. 10728 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 1:24 am
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>>10722
How is Halal meat shittier than normal meat? Do ARE Muslamics do funny things to it to make it taste bad?

Also, who eats pizza on plates?
>> No. 10729 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 2:54 am
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>>10726

Am I looking at what I think I'm looking at? If so I think this just became an intervention thread.
>> No. 10730 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:01 am
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>>10726
Why? Just... Why?
>> No. 10731 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:53 am
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>>10726

Two a day I can maybe understand but three and four? Fucking hell.
>> No. 10733 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 8:41 am
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>>10728
Not really, I just avoid it seeing as the meat preparation practices are barbaric and nonsensical. As with most of their traditions. Applies to kosher as well.

I eat pizza on plates when I feel like to share with friends and I don't want crumbs and shite on my floor.
>> No. 10735 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 8:47 am
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>>10733
>I just avoid it seeing as the meat preparation practices are barbaric and nonsensical
Because obviously inflicting brain damage is in no way barbaric.
>> No. 10736 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 9:02 am
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>>10731i
You didn't read the statement correctly. The dates on the left are when the payments were processed. The dates in the middle column are when the orders were made.

>>10729
It was three years ago. I still don't cook for myself but my eating is at least slightly more varied. I don't even particularly disagree with the above poster who complained about the taste at PH, not now and not back then. Sometimes it really is borderline inedible.
>> No. 10737 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 10:04 am
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No, lads. We're not doing the halal debate again.
>> No. 10738 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 10:45 am
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I used to eat a ton of oven pizzas, but you should seriously consider learning how to make your own (That doesn't mean buying a pre-made pizza base). It's so worth it.

I'm terrible in the kitchen, but really - it takes just a bit of time and so little effort to start making your own pizzas. In my opinion they are far far tastier than oven or low-tier takeaway pizzas. Plus it feels amazing to eat something you made. They certainly cost much less to make than a takeaway.

The ingredients are a piece of piss too - we can all top pizzas fine with our own custom stuff (Dolmio Classic/Mushroom is quite a nice sauce for it) to make the style we want, but the base is only flour water and yeast fer christsake.

The only downside is time - it takes maybe 40-50 minutes to prepare and 15 to cook. Definitely worth trying a few times. I haven't gone back at least.
>> No. 10739 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 11:01 am
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>>10735
Stunning an animal, causing it to feel no pain in an instant is far better than letting it bleed to death, in a filthy basement.

Anyway, lets not start this cunt-off.
>> No. 10740 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 11:04 am
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>>10739
>lets not start this cunt-off.

Should've probably refrained entirely from responding then, eh Skip?
>> No. 10741 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 11:11 am
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>>10739
>Stunning an animal, causing it to feel no pain in an instant is far better than letting it bleed to death, in a filthy basement.
Not the other guy, but not only are you wrong, you're not even correctly characterising what happens in an abattoir.

As the guy above says, if you don't want a cunt-off you have a funny way of showing it.
>> No. 10742 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 11:11 am
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>>10740
LALALALALA, CAN'T HEAR YOU.....
>> No. 10743 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 11:13 am
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>>10739

All meat in the UK requires it be stunned before being slaughtered, the only difference is Halal butchers use an electrode to knock the animal unconscious rather than a bolt to the brain before slitting its throat.

Halal butchers won't slaughter an animal in poor condition either, so the meat is more trustworthy.

Educate yourself, lad.
>> No. 10745 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 1:20 pm
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>>10738

I've been lucky enough to have had freshly-made pizza dough pizza made for it. Even the tomato sauce was tarted up with wine and sugar. It was brilliant. The only problem is that unless you know what you're doing you end up with a ton of left over dough, which will apparently just keep on growing forever like some kind of flour and yeast based triffid unless you use it all up. I ended up making a bunch of rosemary and garlic flatbread loaf-type things with what I had left over. No one can eat that much pizza. >>10726 excepted, of course.

>>10743

We've had this discussion recently. Please let's not do it all again. Please please please. I don't think that what's left of my tiny little brain can take it.
>> No. 10746 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 2:39 pm
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>>10745
The result of not repeating the discussion would be much easier to achieve if misinformed idiots didn't keep parroting the HURRR MUZZIES CROOL nonsense under the guise of not wanting an argument.
>> No. 10747 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 2:48 pm
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>>10745
You haven't lived until you've had a huge Neapolitan pizza made by a guild-certified geezer for 3 euro, it is the motherfucking shit.
>> No. 10748 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:01 pm
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>>10746

I whole-heartedly agree, we should defend and facilitate MUH MUZZIES' "cultural rights" no matter what. If animal cruelty, oppressing females, killing infidels, and indoctrinating children into following the ramblings of a magic pedophile from ancient times is all part of your "culture", I say "go ahead sir".

After-all, it wasn't so long a go that those sniveling, evil Christians were doing the same sort of thing.
>> No. 10749 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:21 pm
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>>10748
Thanks Nick.
>> No. 10750 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 3:29 pm
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>>10749

Guess I'm just a better Liberal than you.

(A good day to you Sir!)
>> No. 10751 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 4:09 pm
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>>10748

I don't know about elsewhere, but as stated previously UK I'M A LITTLE TEAPOT SHORT AND STOUT, HERE IS MY HANDLE HERE IS MY SPOUT! WHEN I GET ALL STEAMED UP HEAR ME SHOUT, TIP ME UP AND POUR ME OUT! I'M A LITTLE TEAPOT SHORT AND STOUT, HERE IS MY HANDLE HERE IS MY SPOUT! WHEN I GET ALL STEAMED UP HEAR ME SHOUT, TIP ME UP AND POUR ME OUT! I'M A LITTLE TEAPOT SHORT AND STOUT, HERE IS MY HANDLE HERE IS MY SPOUT! WHEN I GET ALL STEAMED UP HEAR ME SHOUT, TIP ME UP AND POUR ME OUT! I'M A LITTLE TEAPOT SHORT AND STOUT, HERE IS MY HANDLE HERE IS MY SPOUT! QQQQ meat is arguably more humanely killed than the traditional method because of the law forcing a rethink by imams on how to stay within the guidlines set out by the quran and follow the letter of the law, birthing an arguably more humane stunning process which was the problem people had with I'M A LITTLE TEAPOT SHORT AND STOUT, HERE IS MY HANDLE HERE IS MY SPOUT! WHEN I GET ALL STEAMED UP HEAR ME SHOUT, TIP ME UP AND POUR ME OUT! I'M A LITTLE TEAPOT SHORT AND STOUT, HERE IS MY HANDLE HERE IS MY SPOUT! WHEN I GET ALL STEAMED UP HEAR ME SHOUT, TIP ME UP AND POUR ME OUT! I'M A LITTLE TEAPOT SHORT AND STOUT, HERE IS MY HANDLE HERE IS MY SPOUT! WHEN I GET ALL STEAMED UP HEAR ME SHOUT, TIP ME UP AND POUR ME OUT! I'M A LITTLE TEAPOT SHORT AND STOUT, HERE IS MY HANDLE HERE IS MY SPOUT! QQQQ.

The killing is done the same way, regardless.

You are comparing apples and apples. If one is barbaric, so is the other.
>> No. 10752 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 4:25 pm
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Stop dicking around with unfunny filters. Like Karl Pilkington, it's not big and it's not clever.
>> No. 10753 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 5:04 pm
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>>10752
It is quite clever because it stops dreary and uninteresting topics spamming unrelated threads with minimal effort from the mods.
>> No. 10754 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 5:11 pm
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>>10753
It would be clever if it were funny.
>> No. 10755 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 5:54 pm
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>>10754
I'd previously agreed with you, until I'm A Little Teapot.

Still, a joke shouldn't have to take a dozen iterations until it lands by chance on a spark of humour.

Picture beautifully related.
>> No. 10757 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 7:03 pm
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All this because of that one bigoted cunt.
>> No. 10758 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 7:06 pm
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>>10752
Don't you dare insult ARE KARL matey.
>> No. 10759 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 7:07 pm
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>>10757

Just because I don't like Pizza Hut doesn't make me a bigot, you cheeky cock.
>> No. 10760 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 7:47 pm
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>>10722
My local cheapo pizza/kebab/chippy takeaway does kebab meat pizzas. They're quite nice for 6 quid for a 14" large pizza, they're not something I'll eat all that regularly though since the box is generally covered in grease.
>> No. 10761 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 8:33 pm
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On the basis of this thread I went and bought a Funghi Ristorante pizza for dinner.

Come waste of £3.19. The base was the flavour and texture of reconstituted cardboard, the sauce was spread across the dough as thinly as a prostitute's virtue and managed to be both too salty and too sweet at the same time, and the width of the thing was barely the spread of my hand.

I could've gotten a better dinner for a good £1 cheaper if I'd just stuck with Co-Op's own-brand. They had a spicy Mexican one in that looked nice. I really wish I'd gotten that.

OP you either have no taste or such poor culinary experience you think this German bollocks is in any way a worthwhile prize for £3 of your hard-earned pounds. I only hope for both our sakes and yours that you're educated on your folly soon.
>> No. 10762 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 8:42 pm
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>>10758

Second.
>> No. 10764 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 8:46 pm
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>>10761
I'm not sure I've tried Co-op own brand pizza. I'm on a bit of a mushroom trip lately (not that sort) but perhaps that's influenced my opinion. Also I generally don't buy this brand of pizza unless they're on a 2-for-reduced price special.
>> No. 10765 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 8:53 pm
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This is the absolute best frozen pizza I've ever tried. Also one of the most expensive however, but still considerably less so than getting an actual takeaway.

If these are not on offer though, Co-op pizzas refrigerated pizzas are great too. Sainsbury's are ok as well and they'll even cook it for you in some places for a bit extra. Generally not really a fan of other brands frozen pizzas though.
>> No. 10766 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 9:31 pm
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>>10765
I second the Chicago Town, but not only is it expensive, it's slightly too big for me to eat a whole one so I feel even worse about spending so much on it.
>> No. 10767 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 9:42 pm
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>>10766
Save leftover pizza for breakfast?
>> No. 10768 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 9:45 pm
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>>10765
>>10766
They lost me after they discontinued the New Yorker. The BBQ Sizzler just isn't the same.
>> No. 10769 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 10:24 pm
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>>10765

The chicken and pepper with BBQ sauce was better. I don't think they make it any more though..
>> No. 10770 Anonymous
16th July 2014
Wednesday 10:39 pm
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>>10766
>slightly too big

u wot m8? If they were 16" in diameter and I had an oven to accomodate it I'd happily munch the whole thing. Alas only Herbies knows hows to sate my true pizza hunger.
>> No. 10771 Anonymous
17th July 2014
Thursday 1:08 am
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Chicago Town Miami Meaty I recall being pretty decent. I tend not to go for frozen these days - usually Tesco have a deal on the refrigerated ones, which are much quicker to cook. The "Italian-style" ones are usually alright for a bit of a snack. I like to roll them into a fajita/calzone thing.
>> No. 10772 Anonymous
17th July 2014
Thursday 1:29 am
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After much searching, I've found you can't do better than buying the Co-op value 9 inch pizzas, which cost 60ish pence each. Get mozzarella slices and grated mozzarella reduced as well as some reduced mushrooms.

If done right it costs less than a fiver for 4 pizzas plus ingredients and you are set for days.
>> No. 10773 Anonymous
17th July 2014
Thursday 2:53 am
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>>10722
mate you don't need to be in sweden to try that.

i ask for lamb kebab on my pizza wherever I am, they always do it.
>> No. 10774 Anonymous
17th July 2014
Thursday 12:01 pm
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>>10773
Will try it out.
>> No. 10775 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 10:23 am
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>>10766
I can never finish shop-bought pizzas. I'm a fat fuck, too. I don't know how people can pack it away, I'm usually done after half, they're so greasy and rich. The rest goes in the fridge for the next day.

>managed to be both too salty and too sweet at the same time
This drives me crazy. So much junk food these days is fucking sweet. Who likes this? Who asked for it?
>> No. 10776 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:13 pm
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>>10775
>Who likes this? Who asked for it?
Americans. You've not lived until you've seen a Yank sprinkle sugar on a sausage.
>> No. 10777 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:43 pm
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>>10776

I hate the yanks just as much as the next man, but surely that's just one of those untrue stereotypes like "the brits have bad teeth" and "the russians are all alcoholics."

Please don't tell me you've actually seen it happen. Please.
>> No. 10778 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:50 pm
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>>10777
Would that it were, lad, would that it were.
>> No. 10779 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 5:53 pm
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>>10777
>> No. 10780 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 6:00 pm
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>>10777
I read that they add sugar to baked beans and, in some places, if you don't go to a specialist health shop your milk will have added sugar.
>> No. 10782 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 6:07 pm
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>>10780

Slightly unrelated but I was served syrup with a superfood omelet while in the states recently. "Syrup/sugar on everything" seems to actually be a thing in some places there, at least at breakfast time.
>> No. 10783 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 6:18 pm
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>> No. 10784 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 6:44 pm
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>>10777
No, it's a real thing. TBH though when I visited the sweetness of their food was not generally a problem (just don't add syrup if you don't want it) but I did find it difficult to get bread that wasn't obnoxiously sweet.

The portion sizes are nuts, too. It's actually quite impressive that the average American isn't a great deal heavier.
>> No. 10785 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 7:02 pm
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They don't even have real sugar.
>> No. 10786 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 7:41 pm
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>>10779

This looks delicious.
>> No. 10787 Anonymous
19th July 2014
Saturday 7:44 pm
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>>10785

The I was going to make a clever post about how their sugar, as in actual glucose, is made out of corn but that hit a little too close to the truth and now I feel sad.
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20th July 2014
Sunday 1:43 pm
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>>10783
>"We planned to top the pizzas with actual garbage but by judging to our findings people will probably eat those too"

>"Dr Mores said he had initially had moral issues with conducting the tests on humans but has since come to see the subjects as 'cheese and sauce consuming beasts' "

>"In international news; the equivalent of 5 americans were killed in Afghanistan today"

At first I thought it was an advertisement for Dominoes until I noticed 'The Onion' logo. I'd forgotten about that site.
>> No. 12994 Anonymous
25th April 2019
Thursday 7:23 pm
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You either end up with undercooked pizza or burnt Quorn.
>> No. 12995 Anonymous
25th April 2019
Thursday 8:06 pm
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>>12994

At least the "meat" on this isn't going to be a load of barbecue-flavoured floor sweepings with seams of Transglutaminase. That shit is enough to make a bloke go veggie.

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