Doolittle’s Deli

March 1st, 2012 § 1 comment

In celebration of the new episode of Jersey Shore last Thursday night we got pizza from Doolittle’s Deli in Ogden, Utah. On Thursday nights it is tradition for my friends and I to get together and watch the new episode of Jersey Shore. That tradition is still holding true in Utah. It isn’t quite the same because we are missing a key member of our group, but we are making the most of it. Doolittle’s Deli is practically next door to the call center I am working at. I see people at work with food from Doolittle’s all the time. It looks delicious so I had to get some. They have a deal available for delivery orders. If you order one medium pizza you get one free. So we ended up getting four pizzas total. We had them deliver to the call center so we could get the deal then we took them back to the hotel. Doolittle’s has a good selection of specialty pizzas. We got the loaded pepperoni pizza.

Jimmy's Loaded Pepperoni Pizza from Doolittle's Deli in Ogden, Utah.

We got a Hawaiian pizza.
Hawaiian Pizza from Doolittle's Deli in Ogden, Utah.

We got a cheeseburger pizza.
Cheeseburger Pizza from Doolittle's Deli in Ogden, Utah.

Last but not least we got a chicken alfredo pizza.
Chicken Alfredo Pizza from Doolittle's Deli in Ogden, Utah.

All of the pizzas were very good. The crust is soft and buttery. On the pizzas with marinara they use a sweet sauce. I like that. Not a big fan of the spicy sauces. All of the ingredients were very fresh as well. I think my favorite was the chicken alfredo pizza. Probably the most unusual was the cheeseburger pizza. It had beef, cheese, lettuce, tomato, pickles, and most unusual fry sauce. The reason I say most unusual is because fry sauce is not something you see in the south. It is definitely a Utah thing. People love it here. From what I have been able to gather it is a mixture of ketchup and mayonnaise along with some other spices. Different places make it with different ingredients though. The Sonic Drive Ins out here actually have it in packets. All in all it was a very successful Jerzday.

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