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Mama Mary’s Pizza Crust

Mama Mary’s needs Holy Mary. This supermarket pizza crust couldn’t help itself if it had the finest stone round wheat found in the universe. In my opinion, these 3/16″ alleged ultra thin crusty crusts taste more like docked matzoh shells than pizza dough. Try as you may to make a good pizza from this sham, […]

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Mama Mary’s Pizza Crust

Posted By: Mad Greek
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Mama Mary’s needs Holy Mary. This supermarket pizza crust couldn’t help itself if it had the finest stone round wheat found in the universe.

In my opinion, these 3/16″ alleged ultra thin crusty crusts taste more like docked matzoh shells than pizza dough.

Try as you may to make a good pizza from this sham, but once again, in MY opinion you’ll do nothing of the sort.

The 3 slice picture is merely a gesture of good will to give this a 3 of 8 slices for campfire settings and drunken orgy party hors d’oeuvres.

I tried to dress up this so called crust with some fresh mozzarella and hot sopressata dry sausage. The sauce was fresh Sunday gravy with fresh garlic. The rub was an extra garlic virgin olive oil.

10 minutes and 450 degrees later, this major disappointment did nothing but make me want to use the remaining crust to play frisbee with the neighbor’s dog.

Bottom line… Save your hard earned sheckles (appox. $5.00 for two crusts) and buy a pack of condoms, you’ll have more fun.

Mama Mary’s Pizza Crust even once again, in my humble opinion gets 1 out of 8 slices

 

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5 Responses to “Mama Mary’s Pizza Crust”

  • Informationpurposeonly wrote:
    28 May 2011 at 11:06 pm

    I love this crust. It tastes just as good if not better than the last Papa John’s pizza I ordered. I don’t EVER order out any more. I put rub the crust with olive oil, put on Ragu pizza crust, the ingredients that I WANT, bake it for about 12 minutes, and cut it into about 12 pieces, share it with my daughter, and wish I had made two of them sometimes. 

    I don’t know what “Mad Greek” used for a sauce, or anything else, but I like the flavor, it is thin and I can make it as hard or soft as I like (adjusting the cooking time). I used to work in a pizza place a long time ago, no big chain makes pizza like they used to. It is all pre-made pies and canned sauce. It has to be or they couldn’t mass produce them the way they do. As for the small ‘mom and pop’ pizza places, it’s a crap shoot to find one that has decent pizza and fresh ingredients.

  • Eustace wrote:
    30 Jul 2011 at 1:49 am

    I don’t know how long ago he was in the business, or what, exactly, he actually knows about the way the business is currently run, but I personally know of two “mom and pop” (i.e. non-chain) pizzerias within ten minutes of me that make their doughs fresh three times a week. One of them also supplies two competitors (for a price, of course), so there are at least four within delivery/pickup distance of me that use delicious, fresh doughs and ingredients, and family-recipe sauces, for their pies. Hardly a crap shoot. I feel sorry for anyone who resides in such a pizza-deprived neighborhood that they can’t find a store they can depend upon using good dough and ingredients, but I assure you that that is hardly the norm.

  • Brunell26 wrote:
    14 Nov 2011 at 12:33 am

    Hated it!

  • Yankee Lawyer wrote:
    27 Sep 2014 at 8:02 pm

    Information Purposes only needs to go away. I cannot imagine a pizza restaurant (not a chain) that doesn’t make fresh dough.

    This product is terrible… terrible. This is why frozen pizza never tastes comparably to real pizza. There’s an adage, “Pizza and Sex, even when bad, they’re still good…”. This crust proves to be the exception. Tried thick crust, thin crust, different toppings… Nothing worked. Don’t bother; this is terrible.

    1 out of 8 slices is generous.

  • Can I get real Pizza wrote:
    07 Mar 2015 at 6:54 pm

    Bought this in desperation. If wonder bread and saltineshad a baby, it would still taste better than this. Matza is also an accurate description.

    By their slogan they are off to a really really really s l o w start: “The start of something good”

    I like how they had someone in India write the first fake positive review days after the article by informationpurposesonly. Months passed until another real review.

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