Not sure we’ve ever discussed this on here before. Really good stuff imo, if a little overrated. No need to have anything other than a thin base, tomato for the sauce and more than 2 toppings. Also can be either really good or really bad at every level from £1 frozen lads to yer fancy restaurant pizzas. Very unnecessary to make your own really. Pizza time!
The best food, no notes.
Great stuff. Quite difficult to get a genuinely bad one in the grand scheme of things tbh.
Every now and then you get one where the sauce is too thin or the cheese a little too greasy but on the whole pretty consistent.
When done correctly nothing better when terrible there really is nothing more disappointing on the food front.
I like the little ones you get in supermarkets for about 50p that have barely any cheese or tomato paste on them. I take them home and jazz them up and add mushrooms and olives. Truly wonderful stuff.
Refuse to accept that the faff of making one from scratch is worth it. Refuse.
Just you wait for the dweebs here to get ahold of this post. I’ve got your back crisps.
WHO HAD 9 POSTS IN THE SWEEPSTAKE?
No, that’s my favourite topping
Ur my favourite topping.
Anyway, bit good innit. Even yr pizza huts et al are passable
Not saying they can’t be nice, but you can walk in to any supermarket in the country and get a perfectly good one (and in some cases a properly delicious one) for less than a fiver and it takes <10 minutes to cook.
Best supermarket one. M&S ham mushroom and marscapone wood fired
Fuck yes this one is really good. Had the ‘Posh Dog’ one the other day. Dead, dead good…
Think my most regular pizza is a Sainos stonebaked job, add jalapenos and olives at home. 9/10 every time.
Anyone who homemakes them thinking it tastes better than a pizzeria is kidding themselves but that doesn’t stop it being a fun activity imo
No thanks, I’m full.