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Papa Murphy's Pizza Informative - Buyer Beware!! Don't Assume That Sauce Comes With The Pizza

Review by 15910 on 2009-06-02
DENVER, COLORADO -- CHICAGO-STYLE STUFFED PIZZA™
Premium salami and pepperoni, Italian sausage, beef, and onion mix. Garnished with Roma tomatoes and green onions.

That is what is printed on the menu. Now with me being from the midwest, I guess that I don't know much about "real pizza". I mean, with my own toppings added to a Totino's Pizza, I feel like I am eating a meal fit for a king!

My 'beef' is that the above pizza had no sauce whatsoever. I always thought that sauce on pizza was as common as pickles on a burger or mustard on a hot dog but obviously, I was wrong.

The service was courteous and prompt, the Pizza weighed a ton it seemed and had plenty of toppings, but with the two thick layers of dough it was a little too much starch for me.

Like I said, if this is the way Chicago Style Stuffed Pizza is supposed be then so be it, but Alex, give me an "N" for "no thanks".

If I were to make one, I would of course put some sauce inside of the pizza along with cheese that I thought would be in it automatically as well.

I fault myself for these oversights and consider it a lesson learned. Next time I will keep it simple and get a regular ol' sausage, pepperoni and jalapeño pizza from them or go across the street to Kroger and drop a couple bucks on some Totino's!

Laters.
Comments:19 Replies - Latest reply on 2011-03-03
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
I get their pizza sometimes and it has always come with sauce. But, I haven't tried the Chicago style. That's odd that there was no sauce. I wonder if they forgot to add it
Posted by Skye on 2009-06-02:
Sounds like they forgot the sauce. I think I told you this once before, go to Albertsons, and buy Eddies New York pizza. It's flash frozen in from Brooklyn. You just heat it at 500 degrees for 5 minutes. I'm telling you, you won't be disappointed. It's the real deal, and it folds, as real, scrumptious NY pizza does. My husband likes to add pepperoni to his.

The pizza is presliced and the bag reseals, so that you can enjoy future slices. The box contains 2lbs of delicious NY pizza.

Now go to Albertsons :)
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
I looked over the menu and from what I gathered was that if sauce was used on the given item it was listed.
As you can see on mine that no sauce is listed...
Weird, but not their fault.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
I will try those Skye, but I don't think that the sauce OR cheese was left out they are just not in this recipe.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
Skye, that sounds good
Posted by Skye on 2009-06-02:
Ahhh, but once you try Eddie's pizza, you won't ever want to order Papa Murphys again.

This is all just my opinion of course.
Posted by Skye on 2009-06-02:
We also have a place called, Rotelli's. The guy is from Queens and the first time we went in, when he heard me tawk, he gave us the pizza on the house. Us New Yawkers stick together :)

Posted by Skye on 2009-06-02:
Hi Little Yaya,

Not sure where you live, but if you have an Albertsons grocery store, check it out for Eddies pizza.
Posted by Skye on 2009-06-02:
Have a great day everyone. Nap time is over for the twins. I knew I should of taken my nap!
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
There's an Albertsons down the street from me. I will try it out
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
See you later Skye, and thanks.
Yaya, we will be the taste testers on these pizzas.
Do you have Safeways out there?
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
Yes we have Safeway here
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
Kroger or King Soopers?
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
In AZ, Fry's sells Kroger products. I have never heard of King Soopers
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
Kroger owns, 'Kings'.
Albertson's is #3 out here. I hardly ever think about them.
Posted by Skye on 2009-06-02:
I'm just peeking in.

In Canon City, Krogers aka King Soopers, is also known as

City Market.

Not that anyone asked for this information.

Z, I shop at King Soopers and go to Albertsons for the pizza. Poor Albertsons, we only have 2 left in the Springs.
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
I had a co worker that would bring in the leftovers of this pizza in at least once a week...Cold Chicago style pizza...mmmmmm *gag*
Posted by Anonymous on 2009-06-02:
I bet that it tastes better than pizza reheated in the mic'. Yuck!!!!
Posted by Anonymous on 2011-03-03:
Totino's?

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