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http://www.destructoid.com/neo-kobe-piz ... 0519.phtml

Neo Kobe pizza : A slice of pizza submerged into a ready made noodle bowl , resulting the pizza to resemble the island of Neo Kobe , Japan.

Personally , I'm from New York and could never think of ruining a slice by dipping into soup but I tryed out some Neo Kobe microvable pizza and indeed the instant noodles did make it taste better!


Mon May 11, 2009 4:52 pm
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Cool... :mrgreen:

I'd give it a shot, But I'd have to agree pizza in a soup is like ruining a perfectly good slice to me!

http://junkerhq.net/Snatcher/neokobepizza.html

Wich has been up on this site for years now....

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My brother and I actually tried this once with one of my awesome homemade cheese pizzas, it was alright but once the pizza is soggy, the texture is unbearable, unless you happen to like super gooey food. Oh, and the broth HAS TO BE heated. The pic where the pizza looks like it's submerged in cold chicken noodle soup almost sets in the gag reflex for me. NASTY.

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Project_Noah wrote:
My brother and I actually tried this once with one of my awesome homemade cheese pizzas, it was alright but once the pizza is soggy, the texture is unbearable, unless you happen to like super gooey food. Oh, and the broth HAS TO BE heated. The pic where the pizza looks like it's submerged in cold chicken noodle soup almost sets in the gag reflex for me. NASTY.

I've never had the desire to taste it, and now I have even less.

Yes, I know that doesn't make sense.


Sat Jun 27, 2009 8:38 pm
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The Spoony Hou wrote:
I've never had the desire to taste it, and now I have even less.

Yes, I know that doesn't make sense.


It was nothing remarkable, I can tell ya that. Especially when the pizza started getting soggy... but we both love Snatcher, so we had to try it out.

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I still have to test it with Pizza anyway =)

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Artemio wrote:
I still have to test it with Pizza anyway =)

Yeah, what was the Japanese version? I remember it was something... more reasonable.


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There you go, the one Takamichi brought to me =)

http://junkerhq.net/Snatcher/neokobepizza.html

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So I guess I must find some akashiyaki somewhere...

Alright, thanks.


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im very curious about this i want to try it but i also dont want to ruin a good piece of pizza :(


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I'm planning to try Neo Kobe Pizza tonight. I'm getting one from Pizza Hut and i'm buying a chicken soup, i've heard is quite good.


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Can I freeze Pizza dough without partially cooking it? I make pizza dough in my breadmaker and I was wondering if I could freeze half each time so I only have to make dough every second time I make pizza. Do I need to cook the Pizza base before I can freeze it or can I just freeze the dough? Thanks in advance.
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I did try this, but like what both Baker and Ash said,

Baker 5.56 wrote:
Personally , I'm from New York and could never think of ruining a slice by dipping into soup


el_ash wrote:
I'd have to agree pizza in a soup is like ruining a perfectly good slice to me!


But instead, I try to dip my pizza into the soup a bit. Just an edge of a pizza, not the whole slice and well...

In here (Brunei), it's not special, actually. Just make any soup you like, grab a slice, dip it and eat it. Works for me. :D


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good one ..


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