Thursday, March 4, 2010

Tony's Pizza

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Tony's Pizza. All opinions are 100% mine.

I take my pizza very seriously. I spent the better part of my high school years learning the finer points of making the dough, mixing the sauce and shredding the cheese. The core commandment that I learned is that, the key to a good pizza is making sure you don't skimp on the ingredients. You can make a great tasting, affordable pizza without cheaping out on the ingredients.

I recently had the opportunity to sample some pizza from Tony's Pizza. It's easily found in your local grocer's freezer section. And, since pizza is at the top of the food chain for techies like me, I decided to try some while running through a dungeon in World of Warcraft. I was so pleasantly surprised by the crispy goodness of Tony's Pizza that I nearly flubbed my combat rotation. It's nice to find a pizza that can get the crust right. Not only that, but the pepperoni has a little spice to it and the cheese tastes like it was shredded just yesterday.

There are certainly more expensive brands of pizza on the market and there is a temptation to think that more expensive is better. But, it has been my experience that while some of those other, more expensive brands are certainly tasty, they aren't worth the money you have to shell out for them. When you buy a pizza from Tony's Pizza, you're getting your money's worth because you get a great tasting pizza at a fair price. And no skimping.

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