Palermo's Jake Hay dropped by for lunch.
Palermo's Jake Hay dropped by for lunch.
To me, the "Meat Lover's" pizza tasted the least like frozen.
To me, the "Meat Lover's" pizza tasted the least like frozen.
Four of Palermo's new offerings.
Four of Palermo's new offerings.

Hot pizza on a cold afternoon

I've often said that I could eat pizza every day. Fortunately, I don't, but when Milwaukee's own Palermo's offers to swing by the office with four pizzas and two ovens, who am I to say no?

Palermo's Jake Hay brought our group lunch today, and we sampled four of the company's new frozen pizza offerings. I liked each of them, really, but my favorite was the "Meat Lovers." Honestly, had I not seen it come out of the package, you could've convinced me it was baked fresh.

The "Philly Style Cheesesteak" was also quite unique (Hay says he's not aware of another company that produces it), as was the "Spinach, Bacon & Feta." The thin-crust Sicilian pizza, to me, tasted the most like frozen pizza. But make no mistake: everything Palermo's offers is pretty good. I would – and I will – buy any of these the next time I'm at the grocery store.

Of course, now I'm wondering why we don't have a pizza oven in our office.

Oh yeah, it's so I don't eat pizza every day.


Bunderscore | Dec. 16, 2011 at 3:33 p.m. (report)

35781 Andy,

The Philly Cheese pizza is incredible - one of my new favorites. I had the Sicilian the other night, it was good, but I agree that it did have a bit of a "frozen pizza taste" that you dont usually get with Palermos. If you haven't treated yourself to the Chicken Bacon Alfredo pizza yet - you're missing out, its very tasty! Palmero's is by far the best frozen pizza available.

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