There are LOTS and LOTS of pizzas to choose from. Whether you buy one in the store, or make your own, everyone loves pizza (there's no denying it). In my opinion, pizza has the most variety of all foods because there are so many combinations of crust and toppings, it'll make your head spin. Today, I'll be reviewing one such pizza, and see how it tastes, and whether it's worth the money or not.
The pizza that I'll be reviewing is the ultimate pepperoni lover's (which is my favorite topping, and all pizza reviews will be based on pepperoni pizzas), but is it truly a pepperoni lover's pizza or not?
The size of the pizza is rather small (but not tiny), and comes in a ridiculously big box (talk about a bad packaging decision). Making things even more problematic, there's no cardboard to place the pizza on after cooking, so you'll have to use the box (or use a cutting board, which is the preferred way) and place it on a dinner plate.
The amount of time it takes to cook the pizza is reasonable and if cooked right, comes out pretty good (remember, all ovens vary, and if you're having problems cooking, use a pizza oven, as it doesn't have issues (and does save money on the energy bill)).
The taste of the pizza isn't bad, but doesn't quite leave a good impression. The extra pepperoni will satisfy the pepperoni lover (like me), but even I admit that this is a little overkill. The extra pepperoni also leaves out the pizza taste, and instead you'd be eating a pepperoni flavored jack links (I'll review these some other time).
For $7.00, this pizza isn't a bad deal, but you'd be wishing for something more satisfying, but does that make the pizza bad? Absolutely not. This pizza is good, but for what it's worth, you'd do better buying another brand of pepperoni pizza.
Overall, this pizza isn't bad, but for what it's worth, you're better off spending $7.00 on another brand. On a score of 1 to 5, this pizza gets a 2 out of 5.
Ken Kriho is an upcoming videographer. He will write anything (except for non-fiction and children's literature). Ken is also a graduate with a degree in Art from UWEC.