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Matzoh Pizza at Vince and Dominics

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MarcDC Apr 9, 2008 09:52 AM

Just wanted to remind everyone that next weekend (not this upcoming weekend) Vince and Dominics will have their fantastic Matzoh Pizza.

I think it's honestly better than their regular pizza and I look forward to it every year. Usually they serve it well past the Passover holiday bc of its popularity.

Just a heads up

  1. RichardCrystal Apr 11, 2008 10:52 AM

    I hope it's a damn sight better than the ones my mom used to make!! But seriously, what makes it so good? As a rule I don't eat things like this that are "adapted" for Passover.

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      MarcDC Apr 11, 2008 12:27 PM

      im not sure why it's so good but it is. the dough looks similar to a normal pizza crust; that is to say, it's not serve on anyting that resembles matzoh, it looks like normal pizza.

      if you havent tried it, i would suggest doing so. i havent had it in about two years but it's been the same since i was a kid and im looking forward to being back in town that weekend to eat some

    2. DanielK Apr 11, 2008 11:14 AM

      >> honestly better than their regular pizza

      Not a high bar to cross, IMHO.

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        MarcDC Apr 11, 2008 12:29 PM

        I agree, though their single slices arent bad. I don't particularly care for their whole pies

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        rachgolden Apr 11, 2008 04:23 PM

        Does anyone know the actual ingredients of the crust? Do they exclusively use matzoh meal? Thanks!

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          tubman Apr 11, 2008 10:02 PM

          I don't think they use any matzo meal. I asked last year and was told that the only thing they do differently is make it without yeast.

          I like V&D's regular pizza. Folks who say that the Passover version is better have likely had their taste buds seriously impaired from eating matzo for four or five days and would probably find the cardboard box equally delicious.

          This year I'm going to to the Five Guys across the parking lot and I'll have them hold the bun.

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