Love the prices taste great
Love the prices taste great
I know how carefully this product is made and the quality of the ingredients put into it. Great product that I feed my own kids.
Do not place directly on rack. Pizza will be burnt. Use cookie sheet or foil. Otherwise not horrible.
silver spring, md
I like the taste of Tombstone supreme pizza. There is a good amount of cheese and toppings. I have tried a lot of different frozen pizza's and the only negative for this one is that I wish the sauce had a bit more flavor. To me, it is a little bland. On the upside, the amount of cheese and toppings make up for it. I would recommend this pizza. It's a good size and tastes good.
The Tombstone Supreme original is your basic frozen pizza, but I would argue that its sauce is better than most frozen pizzas I've tried. It is tangy and actually tastes like tomato. Following the cooking instructions will give give you a crisp, cracker-like crust and gooey layer of melted cheese. The pepperoni and the other toppings are decent, though the peppers have been frozen so come out a little softer than I like.
Tombsonte pizzas are the good old frozen pizzas that taste good enough to be edibale and a good cheap meal option for some days during the week when you dont want to spend a lot of money. They also come in many crusts and toppings options for all tastes.
I finally found a frozen pizza I like. Many years ago, I had tried Tombstone Pizza and hated it. It had no flavor and tasted like cardboard. Well, it appears as if they did a lot to improve it, because now it is flavorful and has a thinner, crispier crust. The Supreme pizza has a few different toppings on it and tastes very good. However, I usually like either a plain cheese or one with just one topping on it. They make a four cheese pizza which is excellent too. Wheneve I go to the store, I only see the Supreme, Four Cheese or Pepperoni. I would like the company to come out with a pizza with just mushrooms on it. It seems that the price of the Tombstone Pizzas is always going up, but just this past week a local grocery store had a BOGO on them. I like this pizza so much, I should have stocked up, but unfortunately, I missed the sale. Now I have to wait until one of the competitor stores puts it on sale.
Frozen pizza may not be fancy or healthy, but it's quick and easy. Usually I keep some pepperoni pizzas on hand, but I got a Tombstone Supreme the last time I was at the grocery store. My oldest son was super picky and only liked pepperoni. The younger one will eat most anything. I thought a supreme would be a nice change of pace. Most often I buy Freschetta (my favorite frozen pizza), but Tombstone was on sale. I'd rank them second, so I buy them when Freschetta is not on sale. One thing I like about Tombstone is the packaging. They do not use boxes - just a paper cover and a wrapper. This is kind of big deal, since my freezer is small. I have to take boxed pizzas out of the boxes when I buy them. Then, I don't have the directions, but I've made frozen pizza enough that I don't stress on that. Most are fine on 350 F and then cooked until they look done. Supreme has pepperonis but also sausage, peppers, onions and black olives. The toppings are pretty generous though there are not many black olives. I especially love those. OK. I know a lot of folks would be glad to pick those off and give them to me, but they weren't at my house to do so. I didn't notice the onions at all, and there were only a few green peppers. Toppings are heavier on the meats which makes my boys happy. The Tombstone looked good out of the box. I always arrange the toppings a little. I don't think I'm OCD based on the state of my house in general, but I do like the toppings even on pizza. I always take the pepperonis, for instance, and make them even over the top, so everyone gets some on each slice. The pizza cooked up nice. The cheese is real Kraft cheese and not some of that gross stuff that won't melt or even sweat. This is the real stuff. I'd rather go without cheese than have nasty fake cheese. I cook my frozen pizzas a little more done than most folks. If you cook it less, you won't have the crispy edges that you see in my picture. Also, the cheese will be more yellow. That's just a taste preference here. We like our pizza hot and crunchy. It's really bad when the center is still cold, so I don't chance it. The Tombstone Supreme pizza was very tasty. I know I'm not really supposed to be eating it, but I only get a slice or two. I can't say I really prefer this over pepperoni in the end. I'd rate them even. So, I really wasn't missing anything buying pepperoni all these years. I'll probably just get some of both now when I have room in the freezer.
Have bought this pizza many times.Cooked it many ways.Found that it has wholesome ingredients,but saddly the thin plastic cellophane packaging almost always messes up the pepperoni and other ingredients,specially by handling at supermarket.The flavor was consistant(not like totinos),the ingredients had no chemical preservative flavor,like ferrous sulfate..ect..The dough has fresh,real flavor,pepperoni.meat and cheeses taste pretty aceptable in the supreme and 3 meat.The consistency of the dough was uniform on different parts of pizza,the mozzerella cheeses melted perfectly,tastes superior than most pizza places.The mozzarella cheese was not as rich flavored as in specialty pizza places,but still tasted natural.The red pizza sauce tasted acceptable bu not really exraordinarily fresh.The pepperoni had some of the natural ools/and or lards but the flavor was somehow coventional or not peculiarly memorable.Adding some extra fresh ingredients might do great help to this pizza.