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Old 22-04-2005, 07:59 PM
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Default Anyone tried Domino's CHEESEBURGER PIZZA?

How did you like it???


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How did you like it???


No. Domino's regular pizza sucks, so I doubt I would like any of their
enhanced versions. Once or twice a year, my boss at work will buy pizza
for the department (about 100 of us) and it tends to be Domino's pizza
because they're one of the few pizza places who delivers in our area.
Domino's pizza is edible, but its not much better than frozen.
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No. Domino's regular pizza sucks, so I doubt I would like any of their
enhanced versions. Once or twice a year, my boss at work will buy pizza
for the department (about 100 of us) and it tends to be Domino's pizza
because they're one of the few pizza places who delivers in our area.
Domino's pizza is edible, but its not much better than frozen.


I disagree, Frozen is generally better, Cook it on a pizza stone at home
and most frozen pizza's will smoke anything that Domino's tries to attempt
to call pizza.


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I disagree, Frozen is generally better, Cook it on a pizza stone at home
and most frozen pizza's will smoke anything that Domino's tries to attempt
to call pizza.
Having worked for five years in an independant pizza shop, for an Italian boss, I'd have to say that anyone confusing frozen pizzas with food, has a problem with their taste buds. As for Domino's, the less said the better!
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Default Anyone tried Domino's CHEESEBURGER PIZZA?

thunder wrote:

I disagree, Frozen is generally better, Cook it on a pizza
stone at home and most frozen pizza's will smoke anything that
Domino's tries to attempt to call pizza.


It's been awhile since I've had a Domino's, but my recollection
is they use a baking-powder-assist crust and it's not very
gluten-y. (Yes, gluten hasn't always been a cuss word.)

The only frozen pizza's I've bought of late are TJ's and Amy's,
both good so I imagine plenty of other frozen pizzas are also good.

Steve


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