With Congress passing a heavy new tax on right angles, circular edibles are becoming the most convenient way to keep food budgets from spiraling out of control. Nibble a delicious disc with today's Groupon: for $6, you get a large (14") one-topping pizza at TJ's Take and Bake Pizza in Hilton Head (a $12.45 value). TJ's serves up fresh, made-to-order pies for busy bodies and homebodies to bake in the comfort of their home. The menu features a variety of veggies and a multitude of meats to embellish TJ's empty dough discs. Gluten-free crusts and dairy-free cheeses are also available upon request. After pizza construction ceases, hungry customers whisk the mighty meals away on disposable baking trays, transport them to residential ovens, and heat to eat. Unlike the pre-sliced perforations common of restaurant pizzas, famished foragers can feel free to cut massive quarter-pie slices, and families can trick finicky eaters by cutting portions into fun, kid-friendly shapes such as bunny ears or William Howard Taft's cordial moustache.
- TJ’s slow-rises their dough in a walk-in cooler for 72 hours before using it to craft a pie. According to Take and Bake owner, Jay Conrad, by making their dough onsite and refrigerating it for an extended period of time, TJ’s slow-rising process prevents deterioration and bitter tasting dough, ensuring not only a consistent product, but a product of the finest quality and taste. Add TJ’s preservative free, homemade sauce, coupled with a wide variety of high-quality ingredients, and taste buds start anticipating some all-natural yumminess. – Craig Hysell, Hilton Head magazines
- Trust us when we tell you that you will be happy with these products. You really won't know the pizza was not prepared in a professional oven. – Hilton Head Islander