Re: atomic

From: Bob Badour <>
Date: Sat, 03 Nov 2007 17:51:35 -0300
Message-ID: <472cdf5c$0$14833$>

paul c wrote:

> David Cressey wrote:
> ...

>> Also,  how does the example you gave us differ from:
>>> Order {Toppings}
>>> _____ __________
>>> 1     {Tomato, Sausage, Cheese}
>>> 1     {Pepperoni}
>> Lastly,  I regard tomato suace and cheese as an essential part of the 
>> pizza,
>> and not a "topping" as such.  I realize that this is quite 
>> subjective.  But
>> I claim that, if you order a pizza with no toppings from Domino's,  that
>> this is what you will get:  crust, tomato sauce, and cheese.

> Thanks Roy H, Bob B and David C for the reasonable criticisms of my
> clumsy question. At the moment, I can think only of a reply for this
> one. Whatever one thinks of the Domino's chain, David C is right about
> the tomato paste even though I always order pizza with tomato which in
> civilized places means additional tomato slices on top. I feel
> qualified to say this having grown up in a places where every fourth
> back yard had tomato plants and from the late 1950's pizzerias were more
> common than hamburger drive-ins in the USA. Today I live in a place
> which is quite uncivilized as far as Italian food culture goes but there
> is some competition among Asian eateries, which I enjoy. So-called
> pizza without tomato sauce is quite common here, sometimes the thing is
> more than an inch thick, every time I've mistakenly ordered it, I gagged.

I know an Italian, from Italy, who likes his pizza with a little olive oil, some seafood, maybe some garlic and other herbs. No cheese, no tomato. Received on Sat Nov 03 2007 - 21:51:35 CET

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