I took my mother to her hairdresser this morning to have a hair cut and perm. I did try the pizzas they serve at the retirement community where my mother lives a few weeks ago. There is a little cafe in the retirement community that visitors or staff can purchase different foods. The time I tried the slice of pizza before it was called Judy's pizza and a long line had formed to get the same style of pizza. I asked the staff in line if the pizza was good and they all raved about it. Pizzas were flying out of the kitchen for people to purchase. Today I had stopped in the little cafe again to see what they had to offer. It was Judy's pizza again, plus other foods. Usually their other foods look quite tasty. I asked the lady that waited on me if they used a frozen pizza crust for their pizzas and she told me yes they do use a frozen crust. I don't have a bottom crust photo, but the time I tried the one slice it looked pure white on the bottom crust and I could see the pizzas were baked on a screen. I only took a few bites and threw the rest of the slice away before. I knew not to purchase a slice again today. What I found interesting is I talked to the executive chef the one day I was there and I asked her if she was from France because of her beautiful accent. The executive chef said yes she was from France and has live in the US for two years now. I said I guess she had tasted some great breads and baguettes in France. She told me yes she did miss those great breads in France. She said she could not find the right flours around our area to try to make those breads for residents of the retirement community. I told her about the place I purchase my flours for pizzas. She said she only live 5 minutes from the bakery supply place and would visit them. I wonder if the executive chef every called or visited the bakery place.
I guess there will be no more of me trying a slice of pizza there again, and of course no advice. The crust, sauce and cheese on the slice I had were the worst I think I ever had.