this came up when I mentioned my obsession with BP previously and there was a comment about Boston vs. Chicago pizza and if I was betraying Chicago...my opinion of pizza in Boston? well, I've been to the original Pizzeria Regina in the North End, and I can tell you it was
it's called "The Pepper Pizza." bell peppers are great on pizza, sure, but guacamole? and sour cream? ON A PIZZA? why? THIS IS WHY YOU CAN'T HAVE NICE THINGS, Canada, like wins against the Blackhawks. I like guacamole and sour cream, but not on pizza.
now, they do also have some sort of pizza with pierogi ingredients on it, and that could be interesting. but I am baffled by this chain, and would welcome any explanation from Canadian readers. also, what's Mr. Sub like? Tim Horton's I know at least, I've been to stores in Providence and Buffalo.
re: Scotty Wazz's piece again, I think the Chicago vs. Detroit Winter Classic could have been the battle of hot dogs. Chicagoans are kind of fanatical about hot dogs (here's one I had) and the outrage of putting ketchup on them (whatever), and Detroit loves their coney dogs (and here's one I had) (and it's where all food in Detroit should be consumed for optimum enjoyment, inside an abandoned skyscraper you snuck into).