Little Caesar’s makes excellent pizza for the price and speed that you can get it. The quality is fairly inconsistent, but it’s hard to complain about a $5 pizza you can get in under a minute. The Extra Most Bestest pizza improves on their regular Hot ‘N’ Ready, adding more cheese and pepperoni, for another dollar. At only $6, it’s a really good pizza. This one was a bit undercooked and had too much sauce for my taste, but was still enjoyable. Sometimes you just need a cheap pizza with a lot of cheese, and this is the best one around.
Pizza Hut’s stuffed crust pizzas are amazing. I typically stick with just pepperoni, sometimes adding sausage or something like that, but I usually don’t add many toppings. This time though, Pizza Hut was running a 50% off any menu-priced pizza promotion, so I had to get something a bit more exciting. This is an excellent pizza. As usual, I went with the Hut Favorite seasoning, and the combination of toppings complemented the cheese in the crust really nicely.
Seriously just go eat some Pizza Hut. It’s good stuff.
Pizza Pie Cafe’s November pizza of the month is a pumpkin pie dessert pizza. It’s a little underwhelming, but not bad. PPC’s monthly dessert pizzas often taste almost the same each month, regardless of what they’re supposed to be.