Thursday, April 7, 2016

Terrifying Pizza

I'm a bit of a pizza snob. Hey, I'm from the Chicagoland area. We know pizza. We also know bad roads and crime but hey, whatcha goin'a do about it?
I avoid Walmart as much as I can. I'm not here to open up a debate on the love/hate relationship everyone has with Walmart. I avoid it because the employees are rude. When I do have to go in there, I try and use self-check out. And I noticed by the self-checkout, a case with $5 pizzas.

For $5, it was pretty good. It was much better than frozen pizza but not as good as some of the local joints. All it needed was a bit of dipping sauce. I'll go as far as giving it two pepperoni sticks up. 
Have you ever tried it? Do you have any cheap dinner cheats? Please share!!!!

And this has nothing to do with pizza but I thought it looked yummy and terrifying. 
Pizza lover,
Sonya Ann


SAM said...

Papa Murphy's $5 Favs Mon-Weds and $10 any pizza Tuesday. We have two good pizza places but very pricey. PM take and bake is greay when extra kids around.

Treaders said...

When we lived in Pittsburgh I fondly remember Angelia's near Crafton - lovely. Here in Geneva I have to say we have some great pizzas too. I find them different from the ones we got in the States but they really are delicious all the same. I guess the proximity to Italy helps. Anna

slugmama said...

Well Chicago don't know SHIT about pizza...unless you are talking about that deep dish stuff, which ain't pizza in my book, yet is very tasty.
WE got yer pizza here lady, on the East Coast baby!!! Real pizza is NY pizza.

I am not really a pizza snob though. I really do like Domino's and Pizza-Hut(tho our PH closed up last year). Freschetta made a really good pie and then they discontinued it...WTF??!?!!
They have a pizza specialty around here called Old Forge Style pizza which originated in Old Forge, PA(outside Scranton). Old Forge claims to be the Pizza Capital of the World.
OF style is rectangular(like a Sicilian pizza)and pale and thicker crust(like Chicago deep dish), covered in onions and can have unusual combos of cheeses on top(never just mozz)and the sauce is a tad sweet.

At any rate, you need to stay away from that pizza lady unless you want to be comatose....ok, maybe there is something to be said for being comatose now and again. ;-)

Elephant's Child said...

I have a vegan friend I am going to send that slaughterhouse too. Big smiles - and thank you.

McVal said...

lol! Love the Vegan slaughterhouse thing! My sister found (and I have no idea where she gets these deals... probably a car trunk down some dark alley) cases of meatloaves. I've got 20 in my deep freezer right now. $20 a box of 10. They're briquets of meat... and pretty good!

Michelle said...

I recently bought part of a hog that was slaughtered....does that count?

We are: Clamco said...

When I shopped at WM, I too tried that pizza and thought it was good for the price. We've tried many pizza joints here in AL, but sadly, as Sluggy says, the best pizza is in NY. We had some last August on our road trip. Mmmmmm. We recently had Dominos and found a small strange piece of plastic embedded in the pizza. We filled out a customer service complaint online and got a call within minutes. They asked us to bring the piece to the store where it came from and they said it would be sent to a lab to be analyzed. Haven't heard anything back from them.

Jenny Woolf said...

I would always wonder what the meat on a very cheap Walmart pizza was. You know.