Friday, December 18, 2009

Since There Weren't Any Snowflakes to Eat

Thin crust as usual. ®Red Baron brand. On sale for $4.00. It's not meant for dinner. Just pupus (hors d'œuvre). Is it only with me or do pizzas always appear larger in the freezer section at the store. Then after you get home and take the same pizza out of its box, it somehow shrunk in size upon closer examination? Apparently, there's no truth in packaging. The pizza's box isn't oversized but the glossy photograph of the pizza printed onto the front of the box is twice as large as the real pizza's actual size which is what's misleading to the misleadable.

5 comments:

Rowena... said...

We'll trudging through some snow and 24°C to get ours for dinner. It helps to build a good appetite. Pizza place just up the street, turn right at the cement steps after the bridge.

Kay said...

I guess that's why we haven't bought frozen pizza in forever. Well, actually we haven't bought them from the store much either.... at least not since we moved here from Chicago.

RONW said...

Rowena- now that's frozen pizza.

Kay- Chicago-style pizza is what, like, 2-inches thick. Btw, ever tried "Hank's" Chicago-style hot dogs in Kakaako since you've been back?

Ann da sista said...

Ron - Chicago style pizza is also backwards (in my opinion) - the sauce is on the top of the pizza instead of the cheese....still ono though!

RONW said...

Ann- that might sound even sacrilegious to Chicagoians. Or, chicago-style pizza might be like our loco moco, I don't eat it often.