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-- Is a Marco's Pizza food thread overdue, here?

Oh I think so!

Now that you all have them in and near KC - have you tried? For those of you in the SE have you tried Jet's Pizza yet?

Which other 'off the radar' pizza chains have you been too?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marco's_Pizza

Just Ordered 3 medium 2-toppings

#1 - Thin, Hamburger + Onion
#2 - Thin, Canadian Bacon + Mushroom
#3 - Thing, 1/2 Canadian Bacon, Mushroom - 1/2 beef, jalapenos



I know they were never delicious - but I absolutely DO miss Pizza Inn and Mazzio's.

We had a Pizza Inn here in Atlanta off 285 until around (I'd Say) 94ish. I remember dad clipping the coupons out of the Blue Springs Examiner for the Pizza Inn deals.





Not sure I ever tried - Ken's. Ken's anyone?

Maybe Joplin or Carthage - not sure.


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Old 02-17-2018, 07:20 AM   #271
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Thatís shame. This is one of the best pies Iíve ever made.


OK, so, apparently there freaking billions of different types of basil. I don't believe that I am overly fond of any of them. Here's a list of ten common types(?):

1. Christmas Basil


With 2-inch, glossy green leaves and purple flowers, Christmas basil adds fruity flavor to salads and drinks, and the plants are gorgeous in the landscape. A beautiful border plant, it averages 16 to 20 inches tall.
2. Cinnamon Basil


This basil variety has a delightful fragrance and spicy flavor. A beautiful, 25- to 30-inch-tall plant with dark-purple stems and flowers accented with small, glossy leaves, itís my favorite basil to use for fresh arrangements and in fruit salads and garnishes.
3. Dark Opal Basil


A must in my garden, Dark Opal basil adds color to fresh summer floral displays and depth to dried arrangements and wreaths. Beautiful and spicy in a salad or garnish, it can also be made into pesto, which adds an unexpected color and flavor to your pasta or bruschetta. The plants are attractive in the herb garden, ranging from 14 to 20 inches in height with purple stems, flower and leaves.
4. Holy Basil


A revered plant in the Hindu religion, Holy basil is also referred to as Sacred basil or Tulsi. Its leaves can be used to make tea for boosting your immune system. It is a beautiful plant in the garden with mottled green and purple leaves and grows to about 12 to 14 inches tall.
5. Lemon Basil


This basil variety can be added to salads and fish dishes with abandon. A sprig of Lemon basil in a glass of iced tea is particularly delightful on a hot summer day. The 20- to 24-inch plants are light green with white flowers and 2Ĺ-inch-long leaves.
6. Lime Basil


With small green leaves on compact, 12- to 16-inch plants with white flowers, this basil varietyís lime scent and flavor makes it great in fish and chicken dishes. A simple syrup infused with Lime basil is a delicious addition to tea and margaritas.
7. Spicy Bush Basil


The cutie of the basil garden, Spicy Bush basil has tiny leaves on small, mounded plants, which are perfect for pots or lining the garden in bonsai-like fashion. It only takes a few of Spicy Bush basilís intensely flavored leaves to add a punch to a sauce or soup. The plants are a soft green and about 8 to 10 inches in height and width, with 1/2- to 1-inch-long leaves.
8. Purple Ruffles Basil


A feathery variation of Dark Opal, Purple Ruffles adds another dimension to the landscape, floral arrangements or garnishes. It has the same flavor as Opal basil and can be used similarly. It is a 16- to 20-inch-tall plant with 2- to 3-inch-long leaves.
9. Sweet Basil


This basil cultivar is the best choice for Italian sauces and soups and for making pesto. Varieties include Genovese, Napoletano, Italian Large Leaf and Lettuce Leaf. Plants range from 14 to 30 inches tall and are prolific in hot, sunny locations. Harvest the top four leaves often to keep the plant growing and sweetly flavored.
10. Sweet Thai Basil


An Asian variety with a distinct, spicy, anise-clove flavor, quite unlike common sweet basil, sweet Thai is a must-have addition to Asian cuisine and makes a nice addition to the herb garden for fragrance and color. It has purple stems and blooms with green leaves reaching 12 to 16 inches tall.


https://www.hobbyfarms.com/10-basil-...to-use-them-2/
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Old 02-17-2018, 09:39 AM   #272
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Basil is all over the map. Learned that the hard way. I brought home wrong thing almost got the rolling pin.
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I just ordered a large thin crust - having my coffee in bed watching the combine!

So yeah - I got extra cheese, ham, beef, mushroom and Jalapenis! Fun, lazy day!
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Thatís shame. This is one of the best pies Iíve ever made.

oh yes I'd still plow it!
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you all like that $10 off coupon, eh?
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OK, so, apparently there freaking billions of different types of basil. I don't believe that I am overly fond of any of them. Here's a list of ten common types(?):

1. Christmas Basil


With 2-inch, glossy green leaves and purple flowers, Christmas basil adds fruity flavor to salads and drinks, and the plants are gorgeous in the landscape. A beautiful border plant, it averages 16 to 20 inches tall.
2. Cinnamon Basil


This basil variety has a delightful fragrance and spicy flavor. A beautiful, 25- to 30-inch-tall plant with dark-purple stems and flowers accented with small, glossy leaves, itís my favorite basil to use for fresh arrangements and in fruit salads and garnishes.
3. Dark Opal Basil


A must in my garden, Dark Opal basil adds color to fresh summer floral displays and depth to dried arrangements and wreaths. Beautiful and spicy in a salad or garnish, it can also be made into pesto, which adds an unexpected color and flavor to your pasta or bruschetta. The plants are attractive in the herb garden, ranging from 14 to 20 inches in height with purple stems, flower and leaves.
4. Holy Basil


A revered plant in the Hindu religion, Holy basil is also referred to as Sacred basil or Tulsi. Its leaves can be used to make tea for boosting your immune system. It is a beautiful plant in the garden with mottled green and purple leaves and grows to about 12 to 14 inches tall.
5. Lemon Basil


This basil variety can be added to salads and fish dishes with abandon. A sprig of Lemon basil in a glass of iced tea is particularly delightful on a hot summer day. The 20- to 24-inch plants are light green with white flowers and 2Ĺ-inch-long leaves.
6. Lime Basil


With small green leaves on compact, 12- to 16-inch plants with white flowers, this basil varietyís lime scent and flavor makes it great in fish and chicken dishes. A simple syrup infused with Lime basil is a delicious addition to tea and margaritas.
7. Spicy Bush Basil


The cutie of the basil garden, Spicy Bush basil has tiny leaves on small, mounded plants, which are perfect for pots or lining the garden in bonsai-like fashion. It only takes a few of Spicy Bush basilís intensely flavored leaves to add a punch to a sauce or soup. The plants are a soft green and about 8 to 10 inches in height and width, with 1/2- to 1-inch-long leaves.
8. Purple Ruffles Basil


A feathery variation of Dark Opal, Purple Ruffles adds another dimension to the landscape, floral arrangements or garnishes. It has the same flavor as Opal basil and can be used similarly. It is a 16- to 20-inch-tall plant with 2- to 3-inch-long leaves.
9. Sweet Basil


This basil cultivar is the best choice for Italian sauces and soups and for making pesto. Varieties include Genovese, Napoletano, Italian Large Leaf and Lettuce Leaf. Plants range from 14 to 30 inches tall and are prolific in hot, sunny locations. Harvest the top four leaves often to keep the plant growing and sweetly flavored.
10. Sweet Thai Basil


An Asian variety with a distinct, spicy, anise-clove flavor, quite unlike common sweet basil, sweet Thai is a must-have addition to Asian cuisine and makes a nice addition to the herb garden for fragrance and color. It has purple stems and blooms with green leaves reaching 12 to 16 inches tall.


https://www.hobbyfarms.com/10-basil-...to-use-them-2/
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Daaamn, bro.
I only had two pieces - ha - i mostly got it because I wanted to use that $10 off coupon, I'll hit throughout the day though
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you all like that $10 off coupon, eh?
Was just about to ask….are you banging the pizza chick or what?

and what the hell does "thin cheese" mean on a pizza order?
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Was just about to askÖ.are you banging the pizza chick or what?

and what the hell does "thin cheese" mean on a pizza order?
i think it's how they have the descriptions in their computer.
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I'm ashamed to admit, I willfully had pizza hut last night. What can I say...I wanted the stuffed crust.
I forgive you - but they've gone WAY downhill - especially if you have a Marcos in town.
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I forgive you - but they've gone WAY downhill - especially if you have a Marcos in town.
I live in middle of nowhere Louisiana. We have Papa John's, Pizza Hut, Dominos, and Fox's.
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