March 10th, 2011 » Peace O’ Pie Gourmet Vegan Pizza
This was my second and third time with Peace O’ Pie as carry-outs. For the second time I had a vegan Not-So-Secret Garden specialty pie or calzone (green bell peppers, onions, mushrooms and spinach) with smoked apple sage sausage (Field Roast Grain meat Co. brand), garlicky basic breadstick (four pieces) served with organic pizza sauce and a very delicious coconut cupcake.
Quite frankly, the organic pizza sauce that was served with garlicky and puffy-like basic breadsticks was an overwhelming raw garlic flavour. It overpowered the organic tomato pizza sauce already. Maybe I’m not quite a fan of raw garlic, though the garlic wasn’t quite thoroughly cooked within the organic pizza sauce.
I do like the Not-So-Secret Garden calzone fillings, however the raw onions still overwhelm the flavour (so had to take them out completely, but happy that they are wee big to pick out).
The coconut cupcake was orgasmic, an utter heavens despite how tiny it was. I was glad it was replaced by a cinnamon sweet roll, the one I was dying about, however I liked the coconut cupcake so far.
The third time, I had “The MD” specialty pie (calzone). The fillings include herb-roasted onions, zucchini, smoked apple sage sausage, mushrooms and lastly the pesto (which was bland without a spark of flavour, perhaps slightly bitter). I had to admit that the Not-So-Secret Garden specialty pie was better (without the raw onions), but the garlicky breadsticks are to die for, absolute flavourful and gorgeous.
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