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Doug:
Memo to Scott Youk: Anything that requires a specialized pan because it can't support itself aftah being laden with superfluos toppings cannot be called a pizza.

 

Doug:
I'm just sayin.

 

Mike:
Othah than that @chefyouk seems to be a pretty cool guy.

 

Doug:
Seriously tweets on pizza, whisky, mary jane... what's not to like?

 

Comments

This is really kind of a half strip isn't it? Sorry. Just couldn't wrap my head around anything this morning.

As a good friend from the south side of Chicago told me, "That deep dish shit is a North Side thing. We like regular/thin crust on the South Side."


And HB, there's nothing wrong with a half strip. It just depends on which half is showing.

Pizza, whisky, mary jane- sounds like fare for the trip to Nowhere! Let's get this Youk guy on the bus- by his name alone, he deserves a seat.

I'm ok with a half strip as long as it doesn't involve anyone named Sandusky. There is a special place in hell for that guy.

ChefYouk has a very good restaurant in the Mission District in San Francisco. Ate a Saturday mimosa brunch there once: excellent pancakes, sausage and real Vermont maple syrup. A little pricey. I wore my Red Sox cap, but it didn't get me a discount.

ChefYouk has a very good restaurant in the Mission District in San Francisco. Ate a Saturday mimosa brunch there once: excellent pancakes, sausage and real Vermont maple syrup. A little pricey. I wore my Red Sox cap, but it didn't get me a discount.

ChefYouk has a very good restaurant in the Mission District in San Francisco. Ate a Saturday mimosa brunch there once: excellent pancakes, sausage and real Vermont maple syrup. A little pricey. I wore my Red Sox cap, but it didn't get me a discount.

I wore my Sox hat around Manhattan and Northern NJ hiking on Sunday, and the dirty looks and outright honking I got were very amusing. Who says being a fan in enemy territory isn't delightful some of the time?

I don't think Chef Youk has anything on Chef Spaceman and his buckwheat pancake topping.

h.b., whenever you use this particular image of Doug I'm absolutley desperate to put something into his outstreched hand and spend far too long imagining what could be placed in it. The pizza/smoke reference took care of that for me today, thanks!


Natalie, did you find the opposite living here? When I see another Sox here I KNOW I could start a conversation with the person. NY caps are rampant and are more of a 'brand' when you see them. Another Sox hat is a kindred spirit, or tortured soul, depending on the W-L record.

Living in the DC area, wearing a Sox hat or shirt will almost always elicit a response from a fellow Sox fan.

pseudo- I didn't wear my Sox hat much in London. Should have done; might have made more friends! Although I did have an awesome night at a pub in Piccadilly that was showing the Sox for all Sox fans... It was just about the only Sat game in my two years there that was at 4pm ET, 9pm GMT- perfect for boozing and cheering.

I have gotten the snake eyes wearing a Sox hat while riding Metro North into Grand Central Terminal. It was one of those 90/90 days, but oh, it was chilly in there.
Wearing one at Shea? No one cared. Now, at the $tadium in the Bronx? Chickened out and wore a Carl Edwards 99 hat. I an not that brand of stupid.

I didn't wear Sox gear to watch the Pirates demolish the Twins at PNC Park in Pittsburgh last weekend (I hate when people do that in Fenway if the other team isn't even one of the one's playing). But I did wear my Masshole t-shirt (it's an outline of the state of Massachusetts in yellow with the word "HOLE" cut out in Sox font across the middle of the state on a green shirt).


The best part was that I tipped the vendors well and acted extremely polite to the complete opposite of the message on the shirt just to fuck with people's conceptions. Heh.

I wear my Sox hat around Northern NJ all the time and I'm not the only one. We are legion! Or a mini-legion, anyway.

ponch- yeah, the hike in the Palisades was not an issue- we saw two other folks with Sox hats and did the "bro" head nod at each other. The trip up to the Port Washington station through Harlem was a bit more problematic. :)

Ponch, does that qualify as Legionnaire's Disease? Just askin'...


:-)

I even get a response to my Collingwood hat every now and then. (Usually with a Murray's Imperial Stout thrown at me.)


BTW, I'm conversing with Chef Youk on Twitter. Politely so far.

Carn'a'pies!

Incidentally, there was a police raid in Collingwood recently which caused a stir. Police searched an apartment in one of those big housing commission (read: projects) behind the Collingwood library. The seized several automatic weapons, a pound of bad quality methamphetamines. There were event 15 Filiapinai prostitutes hidden in a second bedroom. The local's were shocked. They said: 'there's a library?'.


Try the veal.

...or satay,as the case may be ;D

I's wear a Collingwood hat if it didn't cost ($AUS)30 on frigging ebay.

parsimoniusly,

lc

well, lou, if you came and showed yoself at Pete's with the rest of us creepy types maybe sdu would have had one for you too. Just sayin'

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