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#1274543 --- 05/12/11 09:02 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: dgk315]
Oldgzr Offline
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I will certainly give them a try. I was looking forward to Mark's coming to town before they opened. What a disappointment.

My wife is making the best pizza in Waterloo right now. Right in our kitchen. I was thinking about pizza on the way home from work. I guess after 43 years of marriage we both think alike.

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#1274544 --- 05/12/11 09:09 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: Oldgzr]
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Right in our kitchen.


That's the way to do it. I like my pizza the best. If you can cook, you don't need fast food.
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#1274545 --- 05/12/11 09:18 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: VM Smith]
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We cook at home most of the time. A couple time a week we like to either go to a restaurant or get good quality take out food. No fast food like Mickey D's or BK.

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#1274547 --- 05/12/11 09:29 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: eyes and ears]
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Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
Ok did i miss something here. Who said anything about BB's dough not being fresh and using microwaves and freezers. Aside from Tony being rude to his help I have eaten there plenty of times and found NOTHING wrong with the food at Avicollis. He keeps his prices reasonable(unlike Ciccinos) and he is there non stop.


If you have to complain about prices of food when you eat out, maybe you shouldn't be eating out. Ciccino's has been in business for 15 years and keeps expanding, I would say not many other people agree with you.
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#1274549 --- 05/12/11 09:40 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: Carerinoa]
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Ciccinos prices are hiked too high for the quality of food you get.

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#1274550 --- 05/12/11 09:44 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: Joe the Troller]
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oh, so someone does agree with me about their prices. FYI...I have no problem paying a high price but with it better come quality food and service.

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#1274555 --- 05/12/11 10:06 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: VM Smith]
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I get my homemade Pizza's at Wal-Mart.
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#1274556 --- 05/12/11 10:12 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: Carerinoa]
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Originally Posted By: Carerinoa
Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
Ok did i miss something here. Who said anything about BB's dough not being fresh and using microwaves and freezers. Aside from Tony being rude to his help I have eaten there plenty of times and found NOTHING wrong with the food at Avicollis. He keeps his prices reasonable(unlike Ciccinos) and he is there non stop.


If you have to complain about prices of food when you eat out, maybe you shouldn't be eating out. Ciccino's has been in business for 15 years and keeps expanding, I would say not many other people agree with you.
I like Ciccino's and I never thought their prices were high.
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#1274557 --- 05/12/11 10:17 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: Joe the Troller]
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Originally Posted By: Joe the Troller
Ciccinos prices are hiked too high for the quality of food you get.


12 dollars for a appetizer sampler is ridiculous in my opinion . also on deliverys the drivers get to make up there own delivery charges for areas like lower lake rd and such.
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#1274584 --- 05/13/11 01:57 AM Re: pizzeria [Re: dgk315]
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We need a good large cheese pie for 9 bucks......

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#1274589 --- 05/13/11 02:24 AM Re: pizzeria [Re: eyes and ears]
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Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
oh, so someone does agree with me about their prices. FYI...I have no problem paying a high price but with it better come quality food and service.


I never said someone wouldn't agree but the proof that they are constantly expanding speaks volumes!
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#1274590 --- 05/13/11 02:56 AM Re: pizzeria [Re: Carerinoa]
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They will come crashing down someday soon.

Once that new chain eating place comes in on 414.

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#1274603 --- 05/13/11 11:32 AM Re: pizzeria [Re: Carerinoa]
Oldgzr Offline
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Originally Posted By: Carerinoa
Originally Posted By: eyes and ears
oh, so someone does agree with me about their prices. FYI...I have no problem paying a high price but with it better come quality food and service.


I never said someone wouldn't agree but the proof that they are constantly expanding speaks volumes!


What it speaks to me is that there are many people in the area willing to pay too much for mediocre "Italian" food. Most of them have never had real Italian food. I'm not Italian, but I married into an Italian family. The food is amazing.

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#1274614 --- 05/13/11 01:50 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: Oldgzr]
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That's the beauty of living in America, everyone has their own opinions!
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#1274616 --- 05/13/11 02:24 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: Carerinoa]
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Yes, and we can still respect each others opinion even though we may not agree.

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#1274657 --- 05/13/11 09:40 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: Oldgzr]
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We can still respect the person, even if we think the opinion is utter nonsense, and thus can have no respect for it.
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#1274659 --- 05/13/11 10:32 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: VM Smith]
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There isn't a decent Pizza place here in Syracuse so I make my own. I even make the dough fresh the night before let it rise overnight, then refrigerate during the day while at work. Daughter takes the dough out after school and it has 2 hours to get room temp and workable. I also buy all the toppings in bulk at BJ's sauce, mozzarella, pepperoni, banana peppers, olives, and mushrooms. Best of all it is cheaper and I pile on the toppings! Most places you pay through the nose for extra toppings, and haven't found one yet that knows the true meaning of EXTRA!

I make a chicken alfredo pizza(alfredo instead of red sauce, chicken cubes, and mushrooms) for my wife, sausage peppers and cheese for the daughter, and for me I make a deep dish pizza in our cast iron pan with sauce, cheese, onions, banana peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni, olives, ham, bacon, and sausage.

My dough recipe makes 2 pizza'a so I always make a double batch, with the 1 leftover pizza dough ball I refrigerate and make calzones later in the week. MMMMMMMMMMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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#1274666 --- 05/13/11 11:50 PM Re: pizzeria [Re: s2hphoto.com]
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"I make a deep dish pizza in our cast iron pan with sauce, cheese, onions, banana peppers, mushrooms, pepperoni, olives, ham, bacon, and sausage".

Hold the olives, ham and bacon and you have my favorite pizza.

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