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Old 09-24-2007, 04:26 PM
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Default Pizza Rustica, Philadelphia PA

So I found what was advertised as "wood burning oven" pizza... I saw wood piled up in the back... but the oven was running on gas since it's a Monday and it's not very busy. The guy running the oven said, "you should come back, it tastes different with wood." I said, "I know!", not sharing that I have an oven in my backyard!!

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Pizzas were decent... pretty good actually, but would have been GREAT with a higher temp and better darker browning/scorching of the crust.

Had the margharita -- very light crushed tomatoes.

Also had a veggie with "everything", artichoke, mushroom olive, etc.

Also had the Sicilian (capers, olives, etc.) with chicken.
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Old 09-24-2007, 04:48 PM
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Nice posting Mark. Where business meets pizza. "I would have fired the oven, but we weren't busy enough" :-)

Phillie on business?

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Old 09-29-2007, 07:07 AM
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Nice posting Mark. Where business meets pizza. "I would have fired the oven, but we weren't busy enough" :-)

Phillie on business?

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Yeah, was there on business.
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