What is Chicago Deep Pot Pizza ?
Chicago deep pot pizza is a very unique style of pizza, first developed in 1972 in Chicago by the world-famous Oven Grinder Pizza Company.
It is often referred to as the ´´Upside Down Pizza´´ because of the unusual way it is made. Deep pot pizza is actually baked in a pot or bowl, with the pizza dough on top, as opposed to on the bottom with regular pizza but with a deeper more bowl-shaped base. When it is cooked, it is flipped over by the waiter while being served, so it resembles a regular pizza but with a deeper more bowl-shaped base. More like a delicious meat or vegetable pie than a regular pizza.
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