Trial run at posting from phone

The BlackBerry has kicked the bucket, so it’s on with the Droid…and the WordPress app. We’ll see.

On a side note, frozen Shakespeare’s pizzas are excellent.

Author: Scott

I am a married father of two. I graduated from Rock Bridge High School and then Mizzou before spending six years in the Washington, D.C. area. We returned to Columbia, Missouri in 2006.

5 thoughts

  1. The two we had were really quite good. One pepperoni, one plain. Not as good as the real thing, but better than most of the alternatives.

  2. To me they taste a lot less like cardboard than other frozen pizzas I’ve had. Of course, it’s best to get the real thing, or make your own, but sometimes that just doesn’t work out.

  3. I like to go to Shakespeare’s and get a dough ball and a cup of sauce. It is like $3.00 or so total. I take it home and divide it into 4 and let everyone make their own pizza. I usually par bake the crust on the grill and then, after everyone has made their pizza, finish it in the oven on a pizza stone.

    Shakespeare’s will also roll out the dough and par bake the crust in their oven and send it home with you in a box. I don’t think they charge more for that service than the price of the dough ball.

    I called Kostaki’s and they said they would sell dough ball too. I think I asked about sauce as well, and they said yes, but I am not sure.

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