Who makes the best pizza?

  • By Sarah Jackson
  • Wednesday, March 2, 2011 10:44am
  • Life

All right, it’s time to talk pizza.

Today’s story about a non-traditional pizza place in Lynnwood heading to Vegas for an international pizza-making competition brings to mind one of the best foodie topics in the universe: Pizza!

What makes a pizza great? Crust? Toppings? Cheese?

Are you a traditional pizza margherita die-hard? Is a pizza topped with chicken breast and barbecue sauce really a pizza? (Most of my family would argue: Heck, yeah! Me? No!)

Readers, you’ve already weighed in on the county’s best burgers.

Now tell us where in Snohomish County can we find the best pizza? And who has the best delivery?

Remember, our dining review team is always looking for new or undiscovered places to visit.

Comment below!

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