Pizza is an elusive thing. I grew up in the northeast. New York State and
Massachusetts and I thought from New York and its great Italian Mom & Pop
restaurants that I *knew* what Pizza was. In the 1960s I spent some time in
Italy. That's when I found out that Pizza isn't Italian. It's American. And
its sort of like a *sandwich*. There are as many different kinds of it as
there are places to eat it! Like a Hoagie (Grinder, Sub...etc).
If my cardiologist finds out I am even talking about this kind of food I'm
in trouble.... ;-)
On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 5:53 PM, Ron Soave <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> --- On Mon, 3/23/09, Larry Daniels <email@example.com> wrote:
> Truthfully, I would someday like to try the tomato pie that
> > Frank and Ron
> brag about. Must be something to it.
> Not me - I prefer proper pizza. Tomato
> Pie is great (Trenton!), but like deep-dish, it's a different food than
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