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#16 Eden

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Posted 04 October 2013 - 11:06 PM

Have you had the pizza at Stoneburner yet? I thought his crust was fantastic. It wasn't soggy in the middle but still had a bit of stretch to it. But the best part was you got a hint of a salt coming through. It was so good!

 

so when I was there (Aug 22) the crust was just eh, and decidedly in need of salt.  was your experience more recent or did we just hit a bad batch?


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Posted 08 October 2013 - 05:43 PM

 

Have you had the pizza at Stoneburner yet? I thought his crust was fantastic. It wasn't soggy in the middle but still had a bit of stretch to it. But the best part was you got a hint of a salt coming through. It was so good!

 

so when I was there (Aug 22) the crust was just eh, and decidedly in need of salt.  was your experience more recent or did we just hit a bad batch?

 

I was there on August 16th. I'll have to try it again.


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