Please tag your porn. Sweet mom look at that cheese. This is actually the way that is only like pepperoni. The flat way that is flimsy's usually served grosses me out. http://imgur.com/EAjrOzi.jpg ...
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- Please tag your porn.
- Sweet mother look at that cheese.
- This is the only way I like pepperoni. The flat flimsy way it's usually served grosses me out.
- godlike crispy slightly burned meat cups of grease
- Yeah this is so bizarre. Before this sub I never knew people liked it that way, I was always like "oops, this pizza is facked up."
- No dude, those things are freaking perfect. Just slightly charred. fack I'm drooling.
- They're called cup and char pepperoni... you're welcome.
- I don't mean to sound dumb but what is the difference between a Detroit style pizza and a Sicilian pizza?
- Detroit style is a Sicilian style, but not all Sicilian pizzas are a Detroit style. Get it? I qualify a Detroit style by it being square with a thick crust that is airy and chewy, cheese to the edge that caramelizes to create its own crust, and a flavorful sauce. They're also baked in an industrial steel pan. Purists feel that the sauce should always go on top of the cheese, which is the traditional way, but a ton of pizza places in Detroit make it the way I have and I can't see how anyone would say this isn't a Detroit style pizza.
- a flavorful sauce. To be fair, a good Sicilian (or really any pizza) should also have a tasty, flavorful sauce. The biggest difference IMO is the crust, which I much prefer "Detroit Style" to Sicilian. Read more comments