Thin vs. pan: A deep debate
#1 Dec 14, 2007
Father and Son has made the best pizza in Chicago ever since I was a kid in the '70s.
By the way, they specialize in thin crust.
Da best !
#2 Dec 14, 2007
We, at O'fame', have always favored the thin crust version. My husband John perfected this under the tutelage of his grandmother & uncle, first at Armand's at age 14, and then on his own, with O'fame'(open since 1983).
The pan & stuffed still sell well and I don't think it will ever be replaced by only thin.
#3 Dec 15, 2007
I prefer Chicago's old style thin pizza from back in the 1950's. I call it the pre-Uno's pizza.
The old stype thin was round but cut in squares with great sauce and sausage with not that much cheese. Where can I get that kind again?
#4 Dec 18, 2007
I like both. I'm twice as happy :-)
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