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ThrillList.com's 33 Best Pizzas in America

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BobRe Aug 6, 2013 06:23 AM

Buddy's and Supino's are on the list:

http://www.thrillist.com/eat/nation/t...

Bob

  1. coney with everything Aug 7, 2013 05:02 AM

    Not only are Buddy's and Supino's there, but there's a place in Texas that sells Detroit-style pizza.

    Detroit-style is sweeping the nation (if you watch NFNS, you'll know what I mean!)

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    1. re: coney with everything
      Fowler Aug 8, 2013 02:04 PM

      What is "Detroit-style"? Is it the type of crust? The ingredients? The order of the layers? None of the above? In the article they each look different but good in their own way.

      1. re: Fowler
        monkeyrotica Aug 8, 2013 02:18 PM

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Detroit-...

        1. re: monkeyrotica
          Fowler Aug 8, 2013 06:16 PM

          monkeyrotica, if I were to try just one version (it appears there are multiple) or one place that serves it, which would you recommend?

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          Ray2 Aug 8, 2013 05:42 PM

          The crust, its magic. Beyond being twice baked and slathered with butter, there's a grit to the dough that escapes me. I tried to duplicate it for years when I lived in Detroit. All sorts of Italian flours with course grinds mixed in, nada.

          Its a dough that deserves fresh toppings of high quality. None of the stuff in a bottle or industrial mozzarella.

          1. re: Ray2
            Fowler Aug 8, 2013 06:03 PM

            Thanks Ray2! I am going to seek out Buddy's when I am in the area next month.

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        RedTop Aug 6, 2013 11:54 AM

        I think the only pies I would put on my bucket list are from Matthew's in Baltimore, and Frank Pepe's.

        IMO, a great Detroit pizza can stand up to any other cities' offerings.

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