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  • Posted by Jonathan on November 16th, 2012 (All posts by )

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    Chicagoboyz bring the pizza.

     

     

    13 Responses to “”

    1. Dan from Madison Says:

      Is that caviar on there? The ChicagoBoyz blog is clearly a money machine.

    2. Jonathan Says:

      Ha, it’s spinach and feta. Or was. Tasted great.

    3. Dan from Madison Says:

      Needs bacon.

    4. Jonathan Says:

      I don’t know how can you say such a thing on this, the eve of the Sabbath.

    5. Dan from Madison Says:

      And ham ;)

    6. Bill Brandt Says:

      I have a friend – devout Jew – who was flabbergasted when we went to a restaurant and I ordered a double bacon cheeseburger – he said that for him – it violated about everything

    7. Jonathan Says:

      I am shocked and saddened that my good friend Dan from Cheezistan would take such a radical anti-feta position. I can only surmise that he has sold his soul to Big Cheddar. A sad day indeed.

    8. Dan from Madison Says:

      Hey hey – ho ho – your snooty chevre has got to go!

    9. Jonathan Says:

      Oy whey.

    10. Percy Dovetonsils Says:

      Oh, just grin and gruyere it.

    11. Jezzy Says:

      How many cheesy puns have you boyz got??

    12. Dan from Madison Says:

      Not sure Jezzy, but I think I gouda gone on all day.

    13. LibertyAtStake Says:

      Grew up in New York and like Chicago pizza better. Maybe because my Ellis Island heritage traced to Sicily. D’ya think?