What more enjoyable way is there to end a long week of work or school than pizza for dinner? It’s quick, convenient, and adored by even the pickiest of people. It’s the ideal meal for family and friends to celebrate the start of the weekend. This week my family and I did just that, and we chose Louie’s Pizzeria for dinner and this week’s review. Our meal consisted of an extra large combo pizza with a side of cheese bread. Combined cost to feed a family of six, less than thirty dollars. Certainly an affordable option. However, is the pizza’s quality worth the price?
It’s said that one of the best ways to learn about a foreign county and the people that live there is through its food. As a someone who has eaten plenty of food in their lifetime, I will agree with that logic. Throughout my career I’ve worked with a number of colleagues from India. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that I don’t full comprehend all of the nuance within Indian culture. Or even more broadly the differences between Northern and Southern India. However, I’ve learned a lot about my coworkers and their culture from the simple act of sharing a meal together. One thing that I’ve come to discover is the difference regional influences of Indian cuisine. It’s my understanding that the majority of Indian restaurants within Utah serve food from the northern region of India. And Taste of India is no different in that regard.
I came across One Dude’s Pizza Co. about a week ago while I was driving around town. Initially I didn’t take much notice because it seems like any other independent pizza joint. It wasn’t until I read the bottom of their logo that I knew I found something unique. The phrase “Home of the Waffle Crust” drew me in like a moth to a flame. Could it be someone finally combined the awesomeness of crispy golden brown waffles with the awesomeness of pizza? I had to know more. It wasn’t until I perused their menu that I knew I stubbled upon a pizza restaurant with the potential to be something special.