American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Made or used in a deep baking dish: a deep-dish apple pie; deep-dish recipes.
- adj. baked in a deep dish (a metalic pan)
“With his not-quite-leading-man looks and sui generis intensity, Clarke gives you the sense that Wysocki's got more layers than a deep-dish pizza.”
“That evening, as my parents entertained the neighbors, and pies, deep-dish pizza, and macaroni casseroles filled our kitchen counters, I stole a rope and a cinder block from a nearby yard.”
“L.A. Mexican food, deep-dish pizza from Masa (LA), and Cuban pork sandwiches from Paseo (Seattle).”
“I have not had deep-dish pizza yet, but I will try to get some before we leave.”
“You simply cannot eat a real deep-dish pizza with your hands unless it is served as a cold leftover.”
“The sausage deep-dish is to die for – when you cut and serve it hot, a mix of rich tomato sauce, melted cheese and huge chunks of sausage spread over the plate.”
“She knows a lot of the good deep-dish places, and I always make sure to get some!”
“But unlike the way Raclette is typically served—as a gooey slab with side dishes of boiled potatoes and pickled onions and pickles—Mr. D'Amico created something like a deep-dish gratin, the Lyonnaise potatoes, crispy bacon and pickled onions serving as a foundation over which the Raclette was melted.”
“This book has all the right elements: deep-dish research, attitude to burn, page-turning readability, and a great subject.”
“Avoid deep-dish or pan pizza unless you are in Chicago, of course and reduce your calorie intake considerably.”
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