Clean cut pizzas

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  1. EdFred

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    So sheet cakes don't exist?
    What do you call something made with the exact same ingredients, made the exact same way, but the pan it is cooked in, is square or rectangular?
     
  2. Sac Arrow

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    My wife’s great-grandmother was a little Polish woman who was known to swing a mean 10” cast iron skillet.
     
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    Deep dish pizza is always round, always cut in wedges and looks a lot more like a pie than anything else than I can think of except a pie. Indeed there are lots of savory pies that have a savory filling inside a pastry crust. The only difference been that and a deep dish pizza is the pizza crust is bread, not pastry.
     
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    deep-dish-pizza-.jpg
     
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    How would you define:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detroit-style_pizza

    "Detroit-style pizza is a rectangular pizza with a thick crust that is crispy and chewy. It is traditionally topped with tomato sauce and Wisconsin brick cheese that goes all the way to the edges."
     
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    I'm thinking someone should bake a sheet pan pizza and cut it into triangle just to mess with Sac.
     
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    Just to cover for @steingar who is not doing his part to support a part of the US economy, tonight for dinner I baked a frozen, cauliflower crust veggie pizza.

    After I added some onion, black olives, and bacon to it.

    Yes, my wife is out of town.
     
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    Ouch. You realize bacon is not kosher.

    (And despite my penis, I am not...) flagging @SixPapaCharlie
     
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    Actually, that sounds kind of good.
     
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    Why in the name of all that’s holy would I care about either of those facts?
     
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  12. Sac Arrow

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    Are you not an aviator, to which drawing sky penises is not a rite of passage?
     
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    Good point.
     
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    If you have a pie of radius "z" and thickness "a" then its volume is pi*z*z*a.
     
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    or just going by area: pi * z * z = a
     
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    Not so fast. Account for the edge taper.
     
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    Why would the edges be taped?
     
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    How many pies do you see with vertical edges?
     
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    Funny story - we've done that. Wifey and I were in Germany visiting friends, and there were apple trees EVERYWHERE. So, thinks us, let's make an apple pie! We ask Brigitte for a pie pan... blank look. Rolling pin? Blank look. They have never seen a pie. The concept is unfamiliar to them. So we found the closest thing we could, a round pan with vertical sides, and used a wine bottle to roll out the crust. Ended up with a great pie, they liked it, and yes, it had straight vertical sides.

    So, yeah... one, at least. :)
     
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    I'm not hatin' on that. Sounds good to me!
     
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    I've beaten on a bear with a cast iron frying pan.
    I was 17, it broke into my camp cabin at the gold mine, closest heavy object I could grab was a frying pan.
     
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    A bear got into our supply room in Deadhorse. She was biting open my cans of ginger ale and licking it off the floor. All we had was a 3 foot long 1X4, so I held the door open while someone else whacked the bear on the butt with the 1X4. She slowly strolled out the door, through the hall and out the back door onto the tundra, but not after leaving some stinky aftermath on the floor...

    I had just turned 45 so ya think I woulda known better...
     
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    My wife told me in no uncertain terms not to poke the bear.
     
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    Never had the desire to poke a bear.
     
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    The hell does that have to do with pizza anyway? Bears don't eat pizza, do they?
     
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    Oh, no… thread drift! That never happens here.

    Now I’m getting an urge to have pizza tonight. I hope you’re satisfied.
     
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    Yes, but the are terrible tippers...
     
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    And we know you play a lot of golf, so be careful out there. They like Golfers to.

     
  31. Sac Arrow

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    I'm decent at most sports, but golf is not one of them. I have a 30% contact ratio on a good day. If I'm teeing off, you're probably safer standing in front of me. I've been told by management that I am a danger to myself and others on the course.
     
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    I've heard that too, but usually at work and not on a golf course. And remember, I work from home.
     
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    So the answer to the age-old question is, "No, in the supply room."

    Nauga,
    next to the pope
     
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