Thursday, May 19, 2011

Pizza Wars: Walmart

Walmart Pizza before

The contender: Walmart's Marketside Pizza

Style
: Pizzeria

In your mouth: The crust is like cardboard on the bottom (yes, I removed the cardboard), and gooey on top. Unpleasant. The pepperoni is spicy, but you get the impression this is to cover an "off" taste in the meat.

The next day: The moisture has redistributed itself in the crust. It tastes a lot less distinctive, which in this case is a good thing.

Overall: Strangely flat. Fresh pizza that you'd swear was frozen (and expired).

Walmart Pizza after

8 comments:

chickenlittle said...

How about CostCo pizza? My kids love it (what do they know).

Jason (the commenter) said...

There are eight million pizzas in the sunshine city, this is one of them.

chickenlittle said...

It was just a suggestion. Sorry.

Jason (the commenter) said...

There isn't one "best pizza". Some people like their coffee strong, some people like their coffee as a flovoring with milk and sugar. Enjoying food is literally a matter of taste. Do your own taste tests, find out what you like. Maybe if I tried the CostCo or the Aldi brand I would LOVE them. That's why I tried the Walmart brand. (Didn't work out though.)

But like I said, there's a bajillion pizzas out there. I plan on wandering around the landscape whimsically.

Trooper York said...

I actually make me own pizza. It usually comes out pretty good. I am going on a "Pizza Tour" of Manhattan and the Bronx tomorrow and I wonder what that will be like.

Trooper York said...

I am going to ask the dude running it if they make it with "ah leech."

If he doesn't know what I mean we are in for a long afternoon.

reader_iam said...

We are having stromboli tonight. The dough is rising like a sonuvabitch and the sauce is simmering away like a bitch. Yum, yum!

Jason (the commenter) said...

reader_iam: We are having stromboli tonight. The dough is rising like a sonuvabitch and the sauce is simmering away like a bitch. Yum, yum!

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