Joshua is like "eh"
Trader Joe's pizzas haven't let me down at all in the past. Matter of fact I had just had one that took me on a magic journey. However this pizza just did nothing for me. Sure, some pizzas whisk me off to an enchanted kingdom where I fight dragons and save the fairest maidens while other pizzas take me over to flint michigan where I work as a one handed rodeo clown.
This pizza just didn't do anything. Bite after bite, I only felt a little more full, but not fulfilled emotionally. I wasn't devastated either.
Just hovering in that purgatory known as "eh" and emphasized with a non aggressive shoulder shrug and not followed with any dance moves.I will give them this. eh.
5 out of 10 pm dawn greatest hits records
|despite all my rage, I am still just a guy in a crate|
|it just screams "eh"|
Dan is like "meh"
Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. Trader Joe’s won with the Arugula pizza and the Sicilian Wood-fired one Josh I tried previously. But this was ehh. Not a great crust. The meats were unremarkable. The peppers had some flavor, but overall, it wasn’t all that great. Good job, though, on going with nitrate-free snausages and the uncured pepperonis—the only other pizza than Newman to offer such choices!
It reminds me of when I played high school basketball. In high school during my junior year, I was 6’4” and probably 180 lbs.—so kind of on the lean side of thin. But, if you’ve played any other sport than wrestling you know what I’m talking about, they listed me at 6’6”, 230 lbs. It was all done to intimidate the opposition. Then when I showed up for the opening tip, the other team wanted to know what fast I went on prior to the game and why I was smoking cigarettes.
Because it’s Trader Joe’s, you think the 6’6”, 230 lb power forward is showing up, but no, no that’s not the case. Pass on this one, fo’ shizzle.
Hugs all around.
4.0 pizzas out of 10
|shirts don't lie, and they hide you from being the dirty naked person you are|