Skip to comments.What a pizza ...! Preposterous poll ranks NY 4th
Posted on 08/09/2013 7:29:58 AM PDT by ConservativeStatement
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Heh...little Pecos, TX - which is virtually a dying ghost town - has one of the best Chinese restaurants we’ve ever eaten at. Genuine Chinamen run it, too!
Consider the source LOL
There are entire communities in Houston where the street signs are in Mandarin.
While the Corn tortilla is at the core of Mexican food, the Flour tortilla is what I prefer for seafood or chicken.
Corn would over power shrimp, but it is the way to go with beef.
Having eaten it in both the USA and Mexico, the Mexican food is much better in the USA. Ditto Chinese food and China.
As for flour tortillas, they have their place. Burritos and quesadillas are delicious, even if they aren’t truly Mexican.
New York pizza is crap, along with East Coast pizza in general.
“Chicago deep dish is good food but it is not true pizza.”
Maybe, but even Chicago “tavern-style” thin crust is generally much better than New York style pizza.
New York pizza: a free bedbug topping with every pie...
Yeah, but notice, neither did Chicago make the top 10, nor did anybody compliment another town’s pizza by saying it’s “as good as Chicago’s”.
Looks pretty good.
We got a wood fired place here now.
It is OK, but it aint like home.
A review from one of my favorite pizza places from childhood:
“With the flurry of out-of-town Avalon reviews, I gotta throw in some old perspective. An Italian friend took me here for the first time in 1979. He was a regular. You had to be recognized through the peephole in order to get in. There was something going on in the back, gambling I presume. Everything was dirt cheap and the place had the requisite stink of a working town bar. This place and Golden Dawn had the same “racket” going.
Best part of the story was the warning I got in the parking lot prior to entering for the first time. I was told that once I was spotted in Avalon, the FBI would have a file on me. You can’t beat that kind of “extra value”.
The place has survived in a somewhat seedy part of town. I’m glad folks are still enjoying it. I’ll have to check out the place again.”
Fernando’s in Austintown is still a hoot.
Cash only, handed to a cashier in a 3 piece suit LOL.
We serve pizza, don’t ask for Manicotti, Pizza only.
Fernando is a hoot
What? No calzones?
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