Discussion in 'SMB' started by Sam Handwich, Jan 10, 2019.
for papa johns you need to order the garlic and herb dip, not the special garlic.
thin crust is rank man.
Absolutely manky stuff. It's like somebody in the later stages of COPD has munched a bulb of garlic then cleared their grebs out into a tub.
Value for Money, aye they're great.
But they're not especially good as pizzas. If your take away pizzas are worse than the ones from Asda, find a better take away.
Or learn to make them yourself, its very easy.
Deep pans are for bairns and doylems.
I always think Domino's is really salty.
Also anyone buying it without a voucher is an idiot. The amount they send out you could wallpaper a house
Your face is for bairns and doylems
Actually not true though I always thought it was. Deep pan pizzas came from Italian immigrants (in America) who were adapting their pizza cooking to coal fired ovens by using a deep tin to protect the base from the soot in the oven.
Pizzas not Pizza's.
Bastard. I was just about to do that. I can't believe I missed it first time
I don't mind a Domino's pizza, but their tomato sauce isn't right - ower tarty I reckon.
Best pizzas in Sunderland are from Diego's at Ashbrooke cricket club.
Why would anyone like a deep pan pizza? Like putting toppings on a pillow.
They're ok for convenience, however I make my own and by my own admission are better than any pizza shop or restaurant I have tried in Sunderland or anywhere else for that matter.
I do need to try calzones in Newcastle as they would be the closest in comparison I'd imagine. (Wood fired Neapolitan pizzas)
Aye ive not made my own for a few years but easily the best around are me own
Sainsbury's sourdough make your own are far superior to the Asda ones
whee are ye? pizza polis?
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