Sunday, October 11, 2020

Day 8, 2020: Freschetta Kitchen Fresh Pizza



DAY 8: OCTOBER 8th, 2020

LOCATION: Freschetta Kitchen Fresh Pizza (from Smith's in Las Vegas, NV)

GUEST(S): Robin Rothman

ORDER: 4.5 slices of Brick Oven Pepperoni

A great slice, reheated. Freschetta's Kitchen Fresh Brick Oven Pepperoni pizza tastes more like a leftover slice of a freshly baked pizza than a conventional frozen pizza. After following the three easy instructions, the resulting pizza is reinvigorated with a zesty pepperoni made from chicken, beef, and pork and a buttery blend of parmesan, pecorino, and mozzarella cheeses. The melted cheese blend seems to linger on your tongue and the roof of your mouth - which is fine since it's good cheese. I also enjoyed the well portioned savory tomato sauce. As advertised on the box, the most impressive feature is the crust. Despite lacking the characteristic char from a hot burning flame, the firm-yet-chewy underside and outer edge serves as a reasonable substitute for a brick oven crust. I had to rip off a segment so it would fit in the toaster oven I have in my quarantine room but that meant when I was done with the first part, I had seconds awaiting!  Freschetta Kitchen Fresh Pizza is a great brand and I look forward to having it again.



out of the oven

in the oven

the portion of the pizza that fit pictured above

The portion of the pizza that fit inside the toaster oven

frozen pizza out of the box

day 8


Robin and Sean
1. Robin spent her first full day of quarantine in her parent's house doing remote work for her day job and rehearsing for a musical called Human Resources that will be performed online later this year.

Maryloo, Robin, Sean
2. We missed our cat. We had to fill her in on our 7 day RV adventure to Yellowstone and back. She is a good listener.



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  • TASTE:

13.5/18 = .75 x 5 = 3.75

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