My daughter did purchase two slices of Grotto’s pizza in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware for me to try and brought the slices home. She stopped at two Grotto’s and neither of them sell any of their cheese. It is a good thing she couldn’t purchase any of Grotto’s cheese because it doesn’t taste like Mack’s or Manco and Manco. The tomato sauce on Grotto’s slices is also a lot sweeter than Mack’s or Manco and Manco. I liked how evenly browned the bottom crust was on the Grotto’s slices. Even though the sauce is also applied in a spiral pattern, the taste of the whole pizza is nothing like Mack’s or Manco and Manco. I am posting about Grotto’s pizza because it also is a boardwalk pizza and I have always wondered what a slice of Grotto’s pizza tasted like. Grotto’s slices did reheat well. I thought the rim crust had a little sweet taste, at least in my opinion. My daughter told an employee at Grotto’s that she wanted the two slices to take home and not to reheat them, but she said they did put them though some kind of quick conveyor oven. I thought that was interesting because I didn’t know that did that for a reheat.
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Adventure in Pizza Making
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