Review: Archer Farms Four Cheese Pizza

Heather

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11 Responses

  1. I am a picky eater with SED and I never eat pizza at all, but I have been wondering if I might be able to handle cheese pizza now, since I’ve made progress. I was so tempted to buy this very brand the other day and I did not. Of course now I want to go back to Target and get it and see if I can eat it. The basil-infused kinda scared me off, but if you say it’s not noticeable, then maybe I have a shot.

    • Heather says:

      I didn’t notice the basil much at all, but, that being said, I like basil! You might have a stronger reaction to it. I think the word “infused” is just marketing jargon. They probably mean “We put a little bit of basil in the sauce.” 😉

  2. T says:

    The cheese part tempts me, but the look of how thin and sauceless the pizza is turns me off. I doubt I’d try this, as I’ve never had anything that was Archer Farms that I liked. =( I do appreciate the review though!

  3. Elaine Farrar says:

    I will have to buy one of these pizzas the next time I go to Target. You made it sound quite good. I do have a tendency to add a little extra parmesan reggiano to frozen pizzas and that really helps a lot. I did it recently with a $.97 pizza from Food Lion and it was actually decent.

  4. Sarah says:

    There ARE containers to hold leftover pizza… the issue is that because most are marketed as pie holders, the biggest that is readily found is 12 inches.. but that should fit most frozen pizzas and a good portion of leftovers from takeout. :)

    http://www.amazon.com/Tupperware-Pizza-CUPCAKE-Round-Keeper/dp/B005178PE0/

    http://www.amazon.com/Tupperware-Large-Carrier-Clear-Seal/dp/B009QD9DW8/

    • Heather says:

      Thanks Sarah! I think I’ve seen those before and wondered if they would work for pizza. I need to nab one and give it a try. I DO wish there was something wider available, though.

  5. Frank says:

    I saw this yesterday on the Huffpost. A new packaging idea for pizza boxes. Impressive.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/05/pizza-box-turns-into-plat_n_5766244.html?utm_hp_ref=taste&ir=Taste

  6. jwoolman says:

    I just wrap individual slices in plastic bags or aluminum foil and then put them in the freezer. I don’t have a regular stove, just a combination convection/toaster oven. I got a rectangular pizza stone that fits such ovens, heat up the stone and then heat up the frozen slice on it. Really good. I do have an old pizza oven gadget also for initial baking of a whole pie, and found the only way a frozen pizza is going to really look like the box is to bake it in such an oven (or maybe in a regular oven with a pizza stone). But often I will slice the pizza before baking if possible, stash most of it in the freezer, and just make one slice in my little convection oven on the little pizza stone. Just slip an informative piece of cardboard or your own notes into/onto the package so you remember which pizza it is. They seem to last forever in my freezer, which is kept pretty cold. I keep finding them as a happy surprise (it’s a big standalone freezer) many months (years?!?) after the last time I bought that brand of pizza. I also discovered that a kitchen shears is worth the money just for ease of cutting pizza….

  7. Alan Shaner says:

    Why in the Hell did you change your new cheese recipe. I would buy the old recipe 3-4 at a time. The 1st time I was going to try the NEW RECIPE I opened the box and threw it out. Looked like mold on the crust and cheese. Put my finger on the cheese and it went straight into the box. I thought maybe a bad one. So, idiot that I am I tried another Worse yet. I will never buy another Archer Farms cheese pizza unless you go back to the old recipe. Your other pizza’s suck also!!!!!!

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