Re: Noble Romans Pizza
Date: 3/23/2019, 7:45 AM
On 3/22/2019 10:11 PM, Jeremiah wrote:
There is a Midwestern pizza chain called "Noble Romans" -- today, it's gas station fare,
but when it began operating in the late 1970s, it was real-deal, thick-crust pizza with
one of the best sauces, ever. Of course, it's current zombie form barely resembles it in
form, and not at all in taste.
So the question is:
Have you come across, or might you be able to find any recipes related to the dough and
pizza sauce used at Noble Romans restaurants before the 1990s?
Thanks again, and... your recipe collection it absolutely awesome. Found you by way of
postings in the Fediverse (Mastodon, etal.)
I did a search for this three years ago, and I'm afraid nothing has changed since then.
There are a few copycat recipes on the web, but no clue as to whether they are pre-1990s
or post-1990s. See: