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They do sell it inside for $1,000 though.
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At least they are having fun with it. Also, dipping pizza in ranch really takes away from the experience (if it is good pizza, that is).
lol. I do like putting ranch on pizza...
Admittedly, I like dipping the crust after eating the rest.
Wonder what the penalty is...
This was big news this week in DFW Metroplex. Apparently the pizza is sooo good you don't need anything but what's on it. Apparently there are some hurt feelings that one would put ranch on something so good. Kind of like people who hate it when you put ketchup on steak...
Ketchup on steak is a much bigger offense in my opinion.
His restaurant, his rules. I like it.
I cringe whenever I see someone putting A1 steak sauce on a great steak, or smothering good seafood in tarter sauce, so I can relate, but if you like it that way, it should be your right to use whatever condiment you choose. I'd never put ranch on a well made pizza, but my son loves it that way! Some people put hot-sauce on everything they eat, so what?
Yeah, it sounds like it's all kind of a good-natured ruse. I don't think the owner really cares, it's more of a PR stunt than anything. But I agree! A1 on a steak? No way.
Go to Chicago and let them see you put ketchup on a hot dog... good lord, you'll start a war.
Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry, "No...what makes me sick is you putting ketchup on your hotdog. No one puts ketchup on a hot dog."
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