How often does one get to experience something new? Last night I did. I'm not sure how well I liked it.
A few months ago a new store went in on our route to and from guitar lessons. Maybelline and I would stare at the huge banner staked on the corner and read about this food store, coming soon, hiring now. But the name of the store was in a tiny font and it took several trips back and forth to guitar to figure out what restaurant it was. I ranted about any business which was new, trying to make a name for itself, printing a sign no one could read. But we were able to make out "Papa Murphy's Pizza". Y'all ever hear of them?
This is a totally new concept for me, this Papa Murphy's. We weren't even interested, all these months since it's opened, but last night the Hunny wanted pizza (it was his free day, hence it was my free day), and we had a coupon for buy one get one from Papa M's, so I called to order. I thought things were a little weird when I asked how long our order would take and she quoted a time five minutes later, but I shook it off and ordered.
Hunny left to pick up our order, and came home with it, saying it was only eight bucks (plus the free one), so he'd picked up a tub of cookie dough. The pizza itself? Needed to be baked. Papa Murphy's sells unbaked pizzas. How weird is that? They were decent and all - better than freezer pizza from the grocery, but nowhere near as good as a chain pizza, delivered hot and fresh. I'm just ... I don't know what to say. I mean, it was cheap. Yeah. It's got that going for it. Just strange. What the heck?
Oh, and the picture? Lou the Loud. Consider it a bonus for a mediocre review. :)
Until I write again ...