This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Tony’s Pizza. All opinions are 100% mine.
There are no less than 5 Pizza shops on the street that I live on. There’s no shortage of Pizza around here.
I was given a couple of coupons to try Tony’s Pizzas recently. They’re not a chain, they’re not a franchise. Tony’s Pizza is something you’d find in your local grocery store freezer aisle.
Now, some people scoff at ready made Pizza. To me, there’s little difference. Pizza is pizza. I eat it at any time of day or night. In fact, I’m rather partial to day old, cold Pizza for breakfast.
Anywho, I tried this Tony’s Pizza and it’s really quite good.
I’m currently tucking into the Pepperoni Pizza so I’ll talk about that right now.
My oven isn’t the greatest but it cooked well.
The crust, while thin isn’t at all board-like and the edges don’t get horribly tough. You can fold it to eat it ‘New York’ style, as I do.
The sauce? well, what can I say? it’s a tomato sauce.
There’s a good amount of cheese – I like cheese – there’s not too much of it and it’s not gooey and stringy. Who needs gooey, stringy, cheese drama while eating pizza?
The thing isn’t covered in pepperoni, There are a couple of pieces per slice, which can be enough.
The plain cheese Pizza is great too and I have yet to sample the supreme – it’s awaiting me in my freezer.
oh yeah – there is the subject of contests, right?
Well, Tony’s is giving away a $500 Tech Prize Pack – Here’s how to enter:
1. Just check out and comment on a participating blog – listed below, in the Tony’s post.
2. Tweet your blog post entry URL on Twitter with the hastag #TonysPizza (rules here)
Also, if you’d like one of 5 coupons for a free Tony’s Pizza, just comment here or follow @TechBurgh and tweet the following: (US Residents only I’m afraid)
RT @TechBurgh Free Tony’s Pizza Giveaway http://tinyurl.com/ycqgxgq #Tonyspizza #techburghpizza
Techburgh drawing ends on Feb. 27 2010 – winners will be picked at random.
Tech Prize Pack Participating Blogs:
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