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Pizza w/ an egg

TruDiner Feb 7, 2007 12:10 PM

I think I know everything about food in my city, Seattle, but I would love to find a pizzeria that makes a bolognaise pizza with a sunny side up egg cooked on the middle. I ate them regularly in Paris and crave them often. Anyone know of such a place?

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    Bobierto RE: TruDiner Feb 7, 2007 12:20 PM

    Mmmm, I had that in Sicily and loved it. Big surprise as Sicilian food has lots of hard-cooked eggs, so when the menu said the pizza came with an egg, that's what I expected. But it was a sunny-side-up egg baked in the pizza oven with the rest of the pie, and it was great. Good luck!

    1. barleywino RE: TruDiner Feb 7, 2007 12:43 PM

      On a similar(?) note, does anybody know where to find Indonesian fried rice with the panko fried chicken and the crispy-bottom sunny side egg on top? Used to get it in Boston...

      1. terrier RE: TruDiner Feb 7, 2007 03:36 PM

        It's not bolognese, but the soft egg pizza at Serious Pie is one of our favorites. It's got coppa, fresh arugula, and two eggs over easy. Scrumptious.

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          Bobarino RE: TruDiner May 28, 2007 05:12 PM

          La Medusa in Columbia City makes a Pizza Acciuga, which has "eggs baked on top of Salmoriglio sauce, Caciocavallo, capers and Sicilian anchovy fillets."

          La Medusa is a small, bright place -- Sicilian, not Bolognese -- but this should satisfy your craving for eggs on a pizza.

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            TruDiner RE: Bobarino Jun 29, 2007 11:06 AM

            I can't tell you how excited I am to get this information. Thank you so very much!!!!

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            passionfoodie RE: TruDiner Jul 3, 2007 02:55 PM

            I know the folks at Tutta Bella will put an egg, or two, on a pizza for you. If my memory serves me correctly, they have had a special at one time with an egg on it.

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              tomdotkom RE: passionfoodie Jul 6, 2007 06:19 AM

              Though I love Tutta Bella, I have been told several times that they won't crack an egg on my pizza, so you must way out-charm me. They also don't have olio picante, which every single pizzaria in Italy has, but that is another discussion board topic.

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                passionfoodie RE: tomdotkom Jul 6, 2007 07:30 AM

                funny......i've never had a problem with that

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                  passionfoodie RE: tomdotkom Jul 9, 2007 08:25 AM

                  i've never had olio picante in napoli.......

              2. dagoose RE: TruDiner Jul 6, 2007 10:32 AM

                Have you tried asking at a smaller place? Mioposto in Mt. Baker comes to mind. They do breakfast as well, so I'm sure they have lots of eggs around they could drop on for ya. Also, I don't know what olio picante is, but they have a spicy oil at Mio that goes on one of their breakfast quiches, I had them put it on my pizza the other day and it was terrific. They called it 'Tutta oil" or some thing like that?

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                  somerset RE: TruDiner Jul 7, 2007 05:09 PM

                  Don't know if it is on the menu every day but I've had it at serious pie

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