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What's Your Favorite Deep Dish Pizza in Chicago?

Christ, that's a lot of grammatical errors. Sorry about that.

What's Your Favorite Deep Dish Pizza in Chicago?

As a big fan of NY style pizza (NYC native) and someone who has never visited Chicago, and has enjoyed Jon Stuart's rant's on why Chicago style pizza isn't pizza (also understanding that it was all done in good humor), holy shit, this thread makes me want to eat some Chicago style pizza.

Especially you, cpd007, the passion and eloquence has been wonderful.

Hopefully someday soon!

First Impressions of RedFarm Upper West Side

I'm sure $12 for a shrimp appetizer at any french restaurant in Manhattan would garner no such outrage.

What Regional Sandwiches Do You Wish You Could Find in New York?

*Provolone. Idiot!

What Regional Sandwiches Do You Wish You Could Find in New York?

Roatt Pork with Rabe and extra Sharp Provalone, Philly style.

A Sandwich a Day: Cubano at Cafetería La Mejor

The cuban at Stella di Sicilia (mentioned above) is bigger, better, and cheaper ($5.50)

25 Beef Sandwiches We Love in NYC

Beef Sandwich at Cheeky's!!

Win Tickets to Pizza at Pulino's at the New York Wine & Food Festival

Win Tickets to FRIED at the New York Wine & Food Festival

Gus's , Memphis. Hands down.

What's Your Favorite Burger In New York?

Calzones v. Pizza Rolls

So I've been eating pizza in New York for a long time. Every once in a while, I will order a Sausage Roll or a Chicken Roll, which is a nice personal pocket of cheese and sausage and pepper or chicken cutlets wrapped in pizza dough, with sauce served on the side for dipping. They are very tasty.

In my mind, a calzone is similar, but larger and with the sauce on the inside.

I have never ordered a(?) stromboli.

I"m just wondering if there is any clear definition of these "rolls" (outside of the frozen pizza roll abominations people can buy in super markets) and their relationship/differences with calzones.

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