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 Posted:   Jun 25, 2014 - 3:12 PM   
 By:   MikeP   (Member)

At the risk of being branded a heretic big grin , the WalMart Marketside pizzas ( the "take and bake" variety, in the deli section, not the frozen foods ) are damn delicious. There are several varieties and sizes, and the prices are good, a large 16 inch pizza for right at $10 dollars.

We usually go for a meat lover's large pie and it is delicious.



A website review :

"The toppings were more than ample, and the meats had the distinct personalized flavors that they should have. The smokiness of the bacon is evident, as it a little bit of heat, I suspect, from the Italian sausage seasonings. There was no evidence of cupping or char on the pepperoni, which assures us of a higher end meat choice by the producers "

http://burgersdogspizza.com/2010/09/home-cookin-wal-mart-marketside-pizza/

The pizzas are made for WM by Great Kitchen's Inc. We don't go out for pizza often, and delivery around here is sketchy ( normally the drivers always deliver to the house next door unless I'm waiting on the porch waving money razz ) so if it is pizza for dinner, we tend to grab one of these from WalMart and have not been disappointed.

 
 
 Posted:   Jun 25, 2014 - 3:32 PM   
 By:   John McMasters   (Member)

I've long forgotten the name of the pizzeria - but as a student in Chicago there was a bacon/green olive thin crust pizza that I swooned over whenever I ordered a delivery.

Here in NYC -- I loved a long gone place that was on Lexington Avenue between 27th and 28th -- they had the greatest crust I've ever tasted -- just the right amount of sauce and cheese. The guy behind the counter was an up and coming boxer -- lots of great times and all-encompassing discussions in that place! It was also a favorite among taxi drivers - and the block would be solid yellow on both sides of the streets around lunch time when drivers parked and ran in for slices.

When I lived in Chelsea I loved the brick oven pizza at Don Giovanni -- great crust, toppings. Very good.

I now live in Brooklyn -- my usual orders of a pepperoni and black olive pizza go to My Little Pizzeria or Fascati -- sometimes I also order from LaylaJones (it is square, not round...). I've also ordered a couple times from Monty Q's on Montague Street -- but the sauce seems too sweet to me. There is a new place around the corner from where I live called Dellarocco's -- a brick oven place -- but I've not yet ordered from them.

Man this thread has made me hungry!

 
 
 Posted:   Jun 25, 2014 - 10:38 PM   
 By:   dan the man   (Member)

TO JOHN - I remember that place on LEX AND 27TH STREET, sure, that area over the years has become a sought of LITTLE INDIA,with all those INDIAN restaurant's, curry galore. Talking about that, I once did my own little magazine on cuisines in the big apple. Went out to a lot of different restaurant's over the years with my girlfriends.

 
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