Pizza expert reviews frozen pizza
Scott, a pizza expert, doesn't eat a lot of frozen pizza. He spends a great deal of time running tours of famous pizzerias in New York City, while also judging pizza competitions all over the United States. Scott also writes for a pizza publication called Pizza Today Magazine, and holds the world record for owning the most pizza boxes in the world.
But today, he's going to do blind taste tests of frozen pizzas. Five pizzas were chosen: DiGiorno's, Ellio's, California Pizza Kitchen, Trader Joe's and Trader Joe's Gluten-Free. With a blind fold secured over his eyes, Scott begins the taste test.
First is DiGiorno's. He describes the sauce as 'heinous,' before calling the crust a 'one-trick pony.'
Ellio's fares better. Scott says the cheese sauce is excellent, and that 'if you put these toppings on to a decent crust we might have something here.'
California Pizza Kitchen is described as 'awful.'
Trader Joe's is 'no sauce at all, just a cheese party,' but the gluten-free version is well-received.
Scott describes the sauce as 'robust,' and delightfully sites the cheese drag as great.