Pizza: How do you roll?

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Phatman » Wed Aug 20, 2008 2:43 pm

I like to make my own whenever I order a Dominos (which isn't often). Pepperoni, chorizo, bacon and spicy chicken on a regular base. Otherwise it's just a meat feast from the takeaway shop or a Chicago Town Takeaway pizza from the freezer.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Rax » Wed Aug 20, 2008 2:47 pm

Chicken, pepper, onion, mushroom and olives. I love it but can be when sharing very few people allow olives, even though theyre aweosme.

Dont know whats with the lack of love for Pizza Hut, the one near me is lovely and they always deliver early. Had a Dominos at the weekend, Id forgotten how good it is.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Hexx » Wed Aug 20, 2008 2:49 pm

suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:I haven't eaten since Saturday and this thread has got me hungry and there is nothing in the house to eat and I am still too ill to go out for food :cry:


Delivery!


Not where I live.


Cambridge?

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by suzzopher » Wed Aug 20, 2008 2:50 pm

Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:I haven't eaten since Saturday and this thread has got me hungry and there is nothing in the house to eat and I am still too ill to go out for food :cry:


Delivery!


Not where I live.


Cambridge?


I live in a village just outside at the moment. And outside of any delivery area.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Hexx » Wed Aug 20, 2008 2:51 pm

suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:I haven't eaten since Saturday and this thread has got me hungry and there is nothing in the house to eat and I am still too ill to go out for food :cry:


Delivery!


Not where I live.


Cambridge?


I live in a village just outside at the moment. And outside of any delivery area.


http://www.tesco.com/

:fp:

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by suzzopher » Wed Aug 20, 2008 2:53 pm

Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:I haven't eaten since Saturday and this thread has got me hungry and there is nothing in the house to eat and I am still too ill to go out for food :cry:


Delivery!


Not where I live.


Cambridge?


I live in a village just outside at the moment. And outside of any delivery area.


http://www.tesco.com/

:fp:


No delivery slots for today. So I just have to wait 4 more hours until the wife gets home with some shopping. It's been four days so another 4 hours isn't going to hurt.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Hexx » Wed Aug 20, 2008 2:55 pm

suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:I haven't eaten since Saturday and this thread has got me hungry and there is nothing in the house to eat and I am still too ill to go out for food :cry:


Delivery!


Not where I live.


Cambridge?


I live in a village just outside at the moment. And outside of any delivery area.


http://www.tesco.com/

:fp:


No delivery slots for today. So I just have to wait 4 more hours until the wife gets home with some shopping. It's been four days so another 4 hours isn't going to hurt.


Not necessarily true.

Especially given your wifes cooking.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Dr.Clench » Wed Aug 20, 2008 3:05 pm

Perfect Pizza for me - custom made with Pineapple, Pepperoni and BBQ sauce. They'd closed down the one where I used to live and I was gutted (though my waistline probably benefited). However, on eploring around my new place of living there's a PP about 10 minutes away and they have online ordering too! :D

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by tomvek » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:14 pm

My favourite is also:

Domino's, Large, Dominator Base, BBQ Sauce, Chicken

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Somebody Else's Problem » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:14 pm

Ham and mushroom with extra cheese, and a bit of garlic bread on the side.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Vincent Vega » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:20 pm

Chicken and Mushroom all the way for me. When the parents were away on holiday i had one just about every night.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Hexx » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:21 pm

So how many are gonna have Pizza tonight now? :oops:

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Banjo » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:22 pm

Hexx wrote:So how many are gonna have Pizza tonight now? :oops:


I'm mighty tempted.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Hexx » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:24 pm

Banjo wrote:
Hexx wrote:So how many are gonna have Pizza tonight now? :oops:


I'm mighty tempted.


Me too.

It's either Dominoes (Money off code in bargins thread) or a delivery from the local indie...

Dominoes has better garlic bread, but is more pricey for pizza, indie is good for pizza, cheaper and shite garlic bread though

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Rax » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:24 pm

I was going to but then I remembered that I have enchiladas waiting for me. But Im thinking pizza for tomorrow night.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by TravelJug » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:24 pm

suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:I haven't eaten since Saturday and this thread has got me hungry and there is nothing in the house to eat and I am still too ill to go out for food :cry:


Delivery!


Not where I live.


Cambridge?


I live in a village just outside at the moment. And outside of any delivery area.


http://www.tesco.com/

:fp:


No delivery slots for today. So I just have to wait 4 more hours until the wife gets home with some shopping. It's been four days so another 4 hours isn't going to hurt.


Why the hell haven't you eaten in 4 days!? :o

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Roonmastor » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:52 pm

Sometimes as a student I'd put cheese and some tomato pasta sauce, along with a 'topping' between two slices of bread and leave it in the sandwich toaster.

But then I moved to a house three doors down from a Dominos.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by Hexx » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:54 pm

Garlic Naan Bread + Cheese+5 minutes under Grill = Best snack ever

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by KK » Wed Aug 20, 2008 4:57 pm

Anyone ever had Domino's deserts? They're £2.99, & small, but Christ they're good. Especially the Toffee cheese cake thing.

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PostRe: Pizza: How do you roll?
by suzzopher » Wed Aug 20, 2008 5:00 pm

TravelJug wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:
Hexx wrote:
suzzopher wrote:I haven't eaten since Saturday and this thread has got me hungry and there is nothing in the house to eat and I am still too ill to go out for food :cry:


Delivery!


Not where I live.


Cambridge?


I live in a village just outside at the moment. And outside of any delivery area.


http://www.tesco.com/

:fp:


No delivery slots for today. So I just have to wait 4 more hours until the wife gets home with some shopping. It's been four days so another 4 hours isn't going to hurt.


Why the hell haven't you eaten in 4 days!? :o


Too ill to eat. As the thought of food until today made me sick although horrible sick due to not eating which burnt my throat and made it hurt more.


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