Take Food Network Magazine's Pizza Poll

The editors of Food Network Magazine want to know all about your favorite slice. Vote now and you'll find the results in an upcoming issue!
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Photo by: Philip Friedman/Studio D ©Hearst Commmunications Inc., 2009

Philip Friedman/Studio D, Hearst Commmunications Inc., 2009

Food Network Magazine wants to know about your favorite slice. Vote below on your preferred crust, sauce and cheese type. You'll even get to estimate how many slices of pizza you could eat in one sitting (if weight gain and health weren't factors, of course)! See how your opinions stack up in a future issue.

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