I like pic related since they're cheap and taste alright. If I got some extra cash, I'll get a decent local brand (Wisconsin).
They have some weird pizzas, like the Chicken Alfredo and Bacon cheeseburger ones.
These are disgusting. Nothing but cheese. This is what Midwesterners think of as "good" pizza. Source: it is my Minnesotan brother-in-law's favorite. His diet consists almost entirely of meat, cheese, and bread/pasta.
What I've been eating lately is the Market Pantry (Target store brand) pizzas. They have a decent amount of cheese on them, and are a reasonable price.
Dr. Oetker pizza is legitimately better than most fresh pizzas from chains. My grandpa worked as a factory manager for them years ago, and he was doing God's work desu.
If any of you anons are in Canada or near the border, grab some if you know what's good for you.
The way the write real is kind of suspect. Especially since real tomatoes gets all the same font.
I want to believe the created a brand of cheese called "Real" just to be able to advertise it like that.
Screamin' Sicilian is really good. Pic related is just okay because it's only cheese but the pepperoni and Italian sausage one is tasty.
I usually buy the cheapest bottom shelf vodka at the grocery/liquor store for around $10-12 a handle, while TJ's Vodka of the Gods is around $15 here, and tastes like straight rubbing alcohol in comparison.
The store I go to sells handles of Seagrams vodka for only $13.99. It's pretty good
Though to be honest most vodka tastes like rubbing alcohol to a certain degree unless you get some expensive stuff
I've lived in a few different places around the country and it's always been around $18-20 a handle at the cheapest, but I've never really lived anywhere rural.
I always look for it because it was my grandparent's go to when they weren't entertaining (that would be Grey Goose), and they drank quite a bit, and fed me martinis when I would come to visit before I was in high school.
Stouffer's French Bread. The thread is ended. You may go in peace to love and serve the pizza lord.