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Seems I stopped going before that happened, and got lucky with Pizza Disco (for me, anyway, but sadly now gone) and then M&J.  Who's next? Frozen pizzas from CostCo with my own toppings. A quick walk for me from the freezer to the toaster oven...

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2 hours ago, ComputerGuy said:

Seems I stopped going before that happened, and got luck with Pizza Disco (for me, anyway, but sadly now gone) and then M&J.  Who's next? Frozen pizzas from CostCo with my own toppings. A quick walk for me from the freezer to the toaster oven...

Sometimes that last produces a better result than the pizza parlors.  I found some real Italian pepperoni at Walmart a few months ago,  but haven't found it again. Makes a big difference. Some of the sausages from the sausage making guys at the Tuesday market work well, too.

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3 hours ago, ComputerGuy said:

Seems I stopped going before that happened, and got luck with Pizza Disco (for me, anyway, but sadly now gone) and then M&J.  Who's next? Frozen pizzas from CostCo with my own toppings. A quick walk for me from the freezer to the toaster oven...

Sometimes Sam's has DiGiorno pepperoni pizza.  The tip is you need a pizza stone or a trick I use with delivery pizza.

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When we are in the mood for pizza delivery, the first question we ask ourselves is: American or Mexican?  

Usually the answer is Mexican and we call Valenciana's.  

What is Mexican pizza??  The sauce is sweet and very cumin-y.  The preparation is inconsistent, but that's part of the experience!  Occasionally the crust is flat as if the yeast lost its way into the kitchen, but usually it has a decent chew.  It's certainly not a fancy imported cheese, but it's sufficiently dispersed and represents local products.  There is always more pepperoni per square inch than the American-style pizzas sold here.  It's a bit of a roll of the dice, but 90% of the time it suits us just fine.  

So when in MX, we stick with MXN pizza.  

 

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There are a few reasons (besides making good pizza) why a well-run pizza place can succeed in the heart of ajijic village: #1 Lots of people living here, and visiting, don't have cars. #2 The super-blinding headlights at night on the carretera. #3 Very low blood/alcohol allowed for driver if you like wine or beer or a margarita with your pizza. #4 lots of traffic on the highway, especially on weekends.#5 Pizza is a big favorite for people of all ages and tastes, is easy to share, and when you eat it, it feels like a party. 

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