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Old April 23rd, 2007, 05:35 PM
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I watched The Pizza Wars yesterday which prompts me to ask this question. I saw the show a few years ago, and asked then too...But so many new Cruisemates are here now, so........

Thick or thin crust pizza?
Favorite Toppings?

And the Hot dog show I watched last week,showed SO MANY, ways people cook them...I want to try the fried zippers from N.J. Actually, I could go coast to coast, trying them all! My fasting, prompted this post, I am sure

Hot dogs, boiled, grilled, or fried?
Toppings?

So many things they showed I could NEVER allow on MY hotdog

Thin crust, pizza, linguisa, onions, chicken, brocolli, bacon, are some of my faves.

Hot dog, traditional, mustard, relish onions, when I feel, crazy, chilli, cheese, or sauerkraut. NEVER ANY KETCHUP!

How about you Cruisemates?
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Old April 23rd, 2007, 05:40 PM
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I bet you feel like you haven't eaten for DAAAAAYS!

Hot dogs: Grilled is preferred; boiled if no grill around. Chile, cheese, onions; if no chile, then mayo and cheese

Pizza: Thick crust, hamburger, black olive, onion, mushroom, jalepeno

Lunch!
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Glad you can eat again.

Pizza Everything

Hot dogs Ketchup, mustard, sometimes onions and chili
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Hot Dog = Coney Island Style

Pizza= Supreme,Loaded,thick and chewy crust or thin.Both will suffice!
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originally being from the Chicago area, pizza is almost a religion...

thin crust (unless it's Gino's East--then it HAS to be deep-dish) cheese, mushrooms, tomatoes, green olives and onions....

pass on the hot dogs (unless they're veggie--then it's catsup, mustard, relish, chopped onions)..

wow, it's going to be a long drive home tonight!
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Old April 23rd, 2007, 06:29 PM
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Pizza: thin crust, extra cheese, mushroms, and pepperoni.

Hot Dogs: Grilled or boiled, ketsup only.

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Pizza....thin crust...preferably from Maruca's on the boardwalk in Seaside Hts. NJ (oh wait....I live in Florida.....sigh....)
Hot dogs....grilled...almost charred black please...never boiled...ewww....what do you do with the hot dog soup the boiling leaves? (sorry, I boiled way too many hot dogs when Jimmy played baseball and parents had to help at the snack bar)
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Thin crust crispy pizza... with bacon and pepperoni. Keep the vegetables off my pizza!

Years back (dont know if it's still there) there was a hot dog stand, just off the highway, in Palm Springs, that had long line ups every day, all day long.

It wasn't the "dogs" themselves that were the draw (though they were good), it was a wide choice of buns. ie...onion, garlic, cheese, sourdough, rye, etc.

Give me a grilled dog, with bbq sauce, a great soft chewy bun, mustard and saurkraut.
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Old April 23rd, 2007, 09:44 PM
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We have a pizza place called Sir Pizza. It is a very different kind of pizza. It is thin and they cut it in little bit size squares (maybe a bit bigger than bite size). It is my favorite pizza in the world!
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Wisconsin Dog: grilled hot dog with onions, chili and cole slaw! Yum. or my second favorite any hot dog from a Nascar race (usually just get ketchup to be safe ).

pizza: homemade with thick crust lots of cheese garlic and some pepperoni and onions - or - "white pizza" with spinach.
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Well, I like Round Table Pizza. Thin crust peperoni and olive. That works for me. As far as hot dogs go, there is a place called "Chicago Dogs" get the Chicago Dog it's the best.
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What's on the Chicago Dog? Bet a pickle is part of it
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I'm a true Montrealer when it comes to Hot Dogs - a Montreal "steamie" for me! (but NOT with cole slaw, just mustard and ketchup).
Pizza I like best on a Carnival cruise ship!
Trip, hope you ate your heart out this afternoon!

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Old April 24th, 2007, 12:31 AM
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Pizza, thin crust onions, ground beef, mushrooms, and lots of cheese.
Hot dogs roasted black in an open fire, cheese, mustard, ketchup, onions, and a small amount of relish.
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Pizza - hand tossed crust with extra cheese. pepperoni, sausage, and onions.

Hot dogs - grilled with onions and ketchup and MAYBE cheese.....no slaw or relish or coleslaw....ick!

But I really like a grilled bratwurst on a brat bun with onions and ketchup and mustard.
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Rectangular pizza, thick crust with Canadian bacon, pineapple and jalapenos.....

Hot dog.... grilled over an open fire with mustard and relish.
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Give me a Fenway Frank - plop me anywhere in the Stadium - I wouldn't care if there was any condiments on it or not - that would be heavenly.

At home I like them best on the grill. Ketchup, Mustard and a sweet red pepper relish (which i could really just eat alone cuz it is soo good).

Pizza - I'm beginning to think I really have never had a slice of excellent pizza. Perhaps that should be my new goal in life to find just the right slice. My niece and I went out for pizza when she was here and it was so bloody awful it made a Tonys frozen Pizza seem gourmet - I think we could be pizza challenged in in the Northeast Kingdom.
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Pizza- Thick or thin crust. I like most anything on it but hamburger or anchovies. Favorite place to get pizza, Uno's Pizzeria and Carnival Ships.

Hot dogs- Grilled, boiled or steamed. with sweet relish and yellow mustard. When I was a child my Mother and I would put hot dogs on a fork and cook them over the flame from the gas stove. To me those were the best hot dogs in the world. Another wonderful hot dog treat was in New Orleans French Quarter. I remember the carts with the red and white striped awnings. They sold steamed hot dogs........mmmmmmm.....soooooo good.

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This is easy!

Chicago Pizza, definitely from Gino's East. All the meat that can be added but with NO MUSHROOMS!

As for hot dogs, I prefer a real spicy italian sausage. Half smokes are also great piled high with onions and sauerkraut. For regular hot dogs, I definitely go with Chicago style.

Now, if I could only find a good hot dog in Tokyo.
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Hot dogs: Grilled is preferred; boiled if no grill around. Chile, cheese, onions; if no chile, then mayo and cheese
MAYO???????????? eWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!

Hot Dogs: Mustard and Relish (minimum) onions and sauerkraut additionally.

Pizza: Thin with mushrooms
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Pizza....thin crust...preferably from Maruca's on the boardwalk in Seaside Hts. NJ (oh wait....I live in Florida.....sigh....)Angela Z.
I second that motion. But to see if your memories are intact -- what is the unusual feature of Maruca's Pizza? Think I will get some this weekend.
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Doug, I'm wracking my brain.....not that that takes much wracking.... I want to say they use some cheddar cheese on it? No, that would be blasphemous but that's what's popping into my head. Oh, and get a nice birch beer to go with your slice. And when you leave Maruca's stop by the Berkeley Sweet Shop and have some chocolate marshmallow fudge for me! Thanks!
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Doug, I'm wracking my brain.....not that that takes much wracking.... I want to say they use some cheddar cheese on it? No, that would be blasphemous but that's what's popping into my head. Oh, and get a nice birch beer to go with your slice. And when you leave Maruca's stop by the Berkeley Sweet Shop and have some chocolate marshmallow fudge for me! Thanks!
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You are 100% correct!!! It is blasphemy but yummy blasphemy!!!
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Oh my gosh...I sort of had this memory of standing at the counter and being surprised to see the cheddar but then thinking why argue with perfection? I'm glad I checked back on this thread or it would've been a long day at work! Now I've got Maruca's stuck in my head....somehow the turkey sandwich in my lunchbag just isn't going to cut it today. It's probably been at least 5 years since I've had a slice.....sigh......
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