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My version of Chi Style Deep Dish

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    My version of Chi Style Deep Dish

    Friday Night's Pizza

    No Dead Fish (Anchovies)

    #2
    Man I love pizza. I tried an anchovy once, bout barfed. Over-salted and Over-ROTTEN.

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      #3
      OMG! I love anchovies. Caesar Salad is just not the same without them.

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        #4
        Looks awesome. Any meat in it? Anchovies - I tolerate them, because my wife loves them. higher quality ones than I can normally get are much better - like the white anchovies severed as tapas in Spanish restaurants.

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          #5
          There is sausage and cremini mushrooms in the pizza.

          The anchovies are in reference to a pizza feud between the Mayor of Chicago and Jon Stewert (TV host). Evidently he was being a pizza snob so our mayor sent him a, "Deep Dish wit Dead Fish".
          Last edited by troymeister; January 18, 2015, 10:32 AM.

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            Too funny. Shows you how much Jon Stewart I watch.

          #6
          Excellent job Troymeister! You nailed it perfectly. We do Chicago style at the restaurant by special request, and they are a nice change from the avalanche of traditional pizza orders we do. Pizzas are the only place where I never use anchovies, but I sure do use 'em a lot in other things. A tip: rinse the anchovies in warm water. That really ups the complexity, and minimizes their saltiness. I do this when preparing caesar and green goddess salad dressings.

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          • grezs
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            I've always soaked them in milk for 10-15 minutes and that mellows the little suckers out too.

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