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Brooklyn Style Sicilian Pizza

Brooklyn Style Sicilian Pizza 300x225 Brooklyn Style Sicilian PizzaHungry and don’t know what kind of pizza to choose?

The Brooklyn Style Sicilian Pizza is always a good call…yummy!

For the pizzaiologist living in Kings County, New York, Domino’s new Brooklyn Style Pizza raises questions of existence and being that would challenge even the most serious student of ontology. Aren’t all Domino’s pizzas made in Brooklyn by nature “Brooklyn style”? Is a Domino’s Brooklyn Style Pizza imbued with an extra dose of Brooklyn-ness?

Perhaps these are instead koans to be offered as contemplation for pizza-loving Zen Buddhists. Whatever they are, these riddles are beyond our comprehension at Slice. We do feel it is within our power, however, to examine one question: Is it any good?

Good Brooklyn Style Sicilian Pizza for a Domino’s pie, that is.

Rather than the gummy, doughy crust could very well be helpful to upon having delivery from a Domino’s pizza, the Brooklyn Style pie’s is amazingly lean, relatively crisp and far lightweight and airier compared to chain’s “Classic Hand-Tossed” crust.

Domino’s Brooklyn Style Pizza, Up skirt Shot The pie’s foundation is Domino’s hand-tossed dough but stretched thin, making it fold able. It’s cut into six slices, which is not very Brooklyn (we tend to do eight-slice pies here), and is topped with a blend of mozzarella and provolone. Extra-large pepperoni and extra-large sausage are options that I believe are available on any Domino’s pie but which the chain seems to be pushing as the ideal toppings for the Brooklyn Style.

This can be the best Domino’s item We have had in previous weeks, which usually is not telling very much, considering the fact that the previous few orders placed  we have had were for the Philly Cheese steak Pizza, the Cheeseburger Pizza, and also the Double Melt. Tonight’s pepperoni left an acrid aftertaste, and the sauce was still too sweet, even though they seem to be going easier on it with this new product. If given the choice between this and the “Classic Hand-Tossed,” “Ultimate Deep Dish,” or “Crunchy Thin Crust,” I’d go with the Brooklyn Style.

Brooklyn Style Sicilian Pizza

Obviously, that literally brings all of us back in one more dilemma concerning the aspect of Domino’s  Brooklyn pizza. Exactly why order it in any way when live in Ny City?  I answer: For you, dear reader. We eat this stuff so that you don’t need to.

The Brooklyn Style Pizza debuted in test markets last year is already available across the country . You can order one online at dominoes pizza .

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