Light Italian Dressing
I know I’ve been on a hiatus but I’m back with new items to review! So get those groceries lists out and get ready to add some delicious items! 🙂
The first thing I thought when holding a slice of this bread is, ‘this would be perfect for French Toast’. And it would be due to its thickness and density. That being said, it was a heavier bread for sandwiches and made me feel full. I do like trying it for French Toast so go ahead and add it to your grocery list.
This is a review for Blaze Pizza at 953 W. Belmont.( It’s at the Belmont stop for the red and brown line trains.) I was the first customer on a Saturday morning and I was greeted by an upbeat and friendly staff.
I choose a build your own pizza with a gluten free crust (add am additional three bucks to your bill). The guy behind the counter asked if I wanted him to change his gloves before touching my gluten free dough, which I really appreciated.
The pizza took only five minutes, freshly baked in their super hot oven, which is somewhere around 800 degrees. The crust was on the thin side but the pizza itself was fresh, light and delicious. And it held up well when I ate the other half several hours later.
Blaze Pizza is a great place to eat a gluten free pizza although the gluten free and wheat pizzas share the same oven. If your gluten free is a preference or if your allergy isn’t severe, or if you’re around the area and want to a good pizza, I say add it to your list!
This product is made in Italy product and it’s horrible, which is surprising since Italy is known for its pasta. The water was extra cloudy when boiling. It looked fine until I added my ingredients then it fell apart. It was gritty and the consistency broke up and melted into a pile of mush in my mouth. Absolutely the worst, I would give this a no for your grocery list.