Karen/NoCA wrote:It happened because you finally get it! When I want pizza, I don't want to eat a bunch of crust. I want those delicious, healthy, non greasy toppings, with just enough thin crust to hold it up in my hand. Papa Murphy's does a grand job of this. Their gourmet vegetarian is outstanding....with my garden tomatoes, of course. Yes, I can make pizza at home, but it one of those things that I reserve for "lazy days" when I don't want to look at the kitchen. Their very thin crusts are sturdy enough to allow me to add my tomatoes, extra herbs, more red pepper, if I choose.
It even holds up well the next day, when I eat it for breakfast, COLD!
Mike Filigenzi wrote:Non-pizza-partisan here. I love thin crust. I love thick crust. I love deep dish Chicago style.
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