Originally Posted by atomicalex
Living in Germany I've had to deal with the nightmare of watching people eat normal pizza with forks and knives. When I first moved here 6 years ago I tried to blend in and do the same...It's the most rediculous thing ever to eat a thin crust pizza with fork and knife so I quit...It's really annoying when they bring a pizza to the table w/out slicing it. I just don't get it?
Also they eat french fries w/ forks...yup
It depends.. at some place like papa ginos where I only eat cheese pizza, I'll pick it up. Someplace like Pepe's that has real pizza, I'll eat it with a fork because its so goddamn messy. Plus they cut it in these weird ass shapes which make it impossible to pick up and eat. Also having a face full of hair just makes it a messy proposition to eat greasy pizza by hand
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Ok, for those of us not living in an area where Chicago style is readily available...
Lou Malnati's will ship frozen pizzas. Has anyone tried this service?
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^ Not familiar with them or the service, but those pizzas look beautiful!
To answer the originally posted question:
Thin pizza by hand especially if foldable and fork for deep, Chicago-style pies. Luckily we have a Chicago-style place not far. Hella good.
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