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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

big slice


W
e went many blocks up town for some Koronet Pizza, the biggest slice around, and it is BIG.







Then we drove around feeling moody blue.

15 comments:

Jill said...

Yum! One slice is like a whole pizza...

Anette said...

I bet that was worth waiting for! Impressing how he tossed that dough!

buffalodick said...

They sell it by the slice, right?

doggybloggy said...

jill: it is almost - I wonder what it weighs?

anette: we really had to wait too - the shop opened very late due to flooding...

buffalo: they sell it by the slice and by the pie - I have often wanted to get a whole pie and take it to a potluck if only to freak out the other guests with its immensity.

Just telling it like it is said...

I'm so jealous you in New york and your eating pizza! How handsome you both are!!!

snugs said...

so how much is a slice that size in the big apple?

doggybloggy said...

just telling: well thank you very much...

snugs: they went up - a plain slice from this place is $3.50 a whole pie is about $28.

ap said...

Yesterday you made the inaugural fish soup that made my kids squimish so I'm surprised that you skipped today's meat & game main dish and apple cake dessert. What made you opt for pizza on Inauguration Day?

TavoLini said...

oh goodness. I love pizza so much its unholy. That looks fantastic!

New York style pizza is hugely popular in Atlanta--I'd never bought it by the slice before I moved here.

Beth said...

awesome!!! dang, that looks good....I can smell it.

Daily Spud said...

One of my cookbooks (The Tassajara Recipe Book) includes a recipe for "A Very Large Pizza", using (among other things) 66lbs of flour and intended to feed somewhere between 250 and 275 people. Could you imagine how big that would be? :)

doggybloggy said...

ap: It is a free country isnt it?

tavolini: by the slice is the way to go when you are flying solo...(rhyme time)

beth: it triggers the same thing in me - I see the dough I smell the dough...

daily spud: wow talk about pizza for the masses....

pinknest said...

mmmm that looks awesome. i haven't been to this place! where were those bikes parked?

doggybloggy said...

pinknest: Koronet is a Columbia U. place....the bikes are like on N3 and wyethe in williamsburg.

starrlife said...

Oh how I miss NY pizza- real Italian Pizza. All we get is greek Pizza, it's ok but not the same....

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