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Issue Date: January 2010


Pie Charting

We take on four pizza chains and declare a winner.

by Jennifer Bowen, Elaine Cicora, David Searls, Beth Stallings, Carly Toyzan and Jim Vickers; Edited by Beth Stallings
We sampled four chain pizzas to determine the best (and worst) things about thinking inside the cardboard box.


 
 WINNER!
 





Domino’s
price (large) // $7.99

favorite attribute // The crust. “Unique. Tastes like it’s infused with cheese. Probably the only one of the four that didn’t need a dipping sauce.”

least-favorite attribute //
The toppings. “Good coverage, but the flavor was weak.”

Georgio’s
price (large) // $4.99

favorite attribute // The crust. “Soft, chewy,  slightly sweet.”

least-favorite attribute // The sauce. “Kind of bland. Can’t really taste it.”

Papa John’s
price (large) // $12.68

favorite attribute // The sauce. “Awesome, sweet and overflowing. It made the slice.”

least-favorite attribute //
The crust. “Very chewy. Tastes a bit too much like bread.”

Pizza Hut
price (large) // $13.99

favorite attribute // The crust.“It was the fluffiest of the four. You bite down and it bounces back.”

least-favorite attribute //
The sauce. “Boring and not enough.”

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*out of a possible four pepperonis

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