This one is by request…
A random person had asked me to do a little digging, a little research, and to go on an adventure to write about a couple of pizzas from Culinary Circle.
Whether this person ever reads this post, or that it finds them well will be left to the universe. I’ve always wanted to say that. Nevertheless, I hope this finds all of you well…
Before I continue, here is more about them, their list of products, and where you can find Culinary Circle’s foods near you.
How do I analyze frozen pizzas? I really don’t. I just tell stories. This tends to go across the board with a lot of what I write and talk about. Of course there’s opinions, critiques at times, and overall quality. But I don’t always find fun in that. I find fun in all the elements of the universe that brought this whole thing together.
There’s a reason I was directed by a force to find this. I still don’t exactly know why. Maybe it was for the fact that the crusts are thinner, and in hotter temperatures this would be ideal. Maybe someone is telling me that lighter might be better, for right now at least.
Maybe someone is telling me to take it easy…
I would say it’s all above, and so much more that I don’t even know about. I don’t need to just yet, it’ll be shown to me.
Am I even talking about the pizza anymore. Ha.
The Garlic Chicken Alfredo and then the Margherita tells a tale of two different pies, yet crafted with lots of love, soul, spirit, and all the other good things.
We’ve all enjoyed so many pizzas at home, at restaurants, at pizzerias, and everywhere in the middle. These culinary gems are just another in a long line of good food made by good hands. It makes me feel good to eat good and then to feel good again.
A thin crust certainly helps. Pictured above is how they look frozen.
The former has so much flavor and rich that you could make a few meals of this, and of course share with friends. Sharing is the best.
And the latter, while so simple, brings the taste you’ve known to grow and love with a margherita pizza. No it’s not the best I’ve ever had but that doesn’t matter.
Both are enjoyable and perfect for summer gatherings, lunch, dinner, heck even breakfast. It doesn’t matter. If you feel good, it’ll make you feel good, and that’s what’s most important.
Until yesterday I had never seen nor heard about Culinary Circle.
I’m glad it was then. I’m glad it was now. First time for everything. And I look forward to many more first, second, and many times. This was fun.
Peace Be With You.