I actually still like Chicago style, but when it comes to high quality of either style I prefer NY. That doesn't look like very good NY style pizza though.The best NY style pizza I ever was Zia Pizza in San Diegohttp://www.ziagourmetpizza.com/http://kpbs.media.clients.ellingtoncms.com/uploads/Zia_Pizzas_t600.JPG?4326734cdb8e39baa3579048ef63ad7b451e7676http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_gVFSZDcKt5M/TF22bGeZKFI/AAAAAAAABl8/V3vzkgrBYL4/s1600/IMG_7976.JPG
what is new york style pizzawhat is chicago style pizzahelp
Quote from: Grignr on 22-04-2012, 08:15:31 AMSo what exactly are the differences between these two pizza types? We only have Turkish guys making pizza here, it's pretty good.NY pizza is a thin crust with thin layers of sauce, cheese and toppings while Chicago style can be several inches (or centimeters, if you prefer) thick with sauce and toppings and has a much thicker crust. NY style is designed to be folded and is oily on top while Chicago is just totally greasy. NY pizza is easier/quicker to eat and is more authentic to Italian pizza.I'll let you figure out which is which:http://i.imgur.com/0gLYH.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/KkjV8.jpg
So what exactly are the differences between these two pizza types? We only have Turkish guys making pizza here, it's pretty good.
ya'll need to quit knocking on the obviously superior deep dish
Trip to Old Chicago went well, very tasty. I didn't like the pictures Cirus posted so I took my own.Chicago StylePiece I ate, pineapple is good :3New York StyleBlasphemySorry the lighting wasn't as good on the chicago style :/All in all good dinner
hey cirus have you been to este in Salt lake they have pretty good new york style pizza
ejaculateit's actually the first half of his last name