I’m very much so a food-e and, like many others in my generation, love to post pictures of what I eat! With Instagram down how will I ever share my meals with my followers?! I guess I’m going to have to resort to *gasp* actually using words to describe the taste on my lips and the smell wafting through my apartment. The more I think about it, this may be an even more efficient way of getting across my message about the mouth-watering pizza I ate for dinner. It’s no secret that pizza is my favorite food. I would eat it every day if I could, but it’s still at least several times a week so I can’t complain. Yesterday I went grocery shopping at Aldi for the first time. I was in shock at how cheap everything was and all the new product I had never seen on the shelves of our local Giant. I stocked up for the week and just as I was about to near the check-out line, I saw the most beautiful thing. A large, family sized pizza sat right in front of me with a whopping price tag marked $5! This pizza was huge y’all and you best believe that I brought two home with me. Figuring that I probably couldn’t eat the whole thing by myself, seeing the box wouldn’t fit in our freezer, I invited several friends over for dinner. Looking down at my plate, I see a massive cheesy triangle almost spilling over the edges. The bottom of the crust feels slightly like sandpaper (meaning that in the best way possible). Thin, crispy and hot to the touch. The cheese is perfectly melted over the bright red tomato sauce, with flecks of herbs dotted across the surface. We decided to get a little fancy and add some of our own toppings to this otherwise plain pizza. Shredded gouda cheese was melted on top and a hefty amount of BBQ was spiraled around the center. Before taking a bite, as the pizza neared my face I caught a whiff of it’s beautifully pungent scent.¬†Are you salivating yet? I know I am. Once it entered my mouth and made contact with my taste buds, there was a moment of blissful silence. The creamy gouda, sharp salty cheese, slightly sweet yet rustic tomato sauce and of course the punchy tangy BBQ sauce was all too overwhelming. I’m making myself hungry so I’m going to stop writing this blog post and go finish those leftovers. (Still wish I could have just posted a pic on Instagram).