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Cornersburg Pizza, Youngstown

Posted by LOTGK on December 10, 2007

As you can see, Cornersburg pizza looks delicious. And the Grassy Knoll Institute is here to tell you that it tastes delicious as well. Cornersburg has been in business for many years, (Since I was in grade school in the 1960’s) serving up their own special blend of pizza to it’s loyal customers.

Cornersburg makes their pizza old school style. (Not like assembly line national chain francise pizza shops where everything is shipped in frozen and already prepared) Each pizza is prepared fresh by hand starting from rolling of the dough to the cooking of it’s sauce, to the blending of the cheese. This recipe has been in Larry’s family for generations and the pride and work ethic he puts in shows.

Ordering a pizza is simple. Simply call 330-758-4501 and order. They know the Grassy Knoll Institute by name knowing what we want before even ordering. Cornersburg doesn’t deliver, (Remember, they’re old school) but the pizza is ready when they say it is and the shop has easy access to the main roads in Boardman.

The cost, for a 14 inch pizza, is just under 8 dollars which is very reasonable. Each topping add a dollar.

The pizza container is a sturdy box, (It used to be a very flimsy box, but is now very sturdy) making sure the travel to your home or business does not smash or ruin the pizza. Also, the pizza is cut completely through, unlike other pizza’s where you try to take a slice and get two or three to go with you.

The taste: excellent tasting. A very unique blend of crust, sauce, and cheese. One of the best if not the best pizza’s not just in the area, but in the states. (And trust me, I have had pizza from many places in and out of Youngstown, Ohio) I also like that you can ask for the pizza to be made crispy, or more sauce added, or half with pepperoni and half with sausage, without any fuss. The assembly line pizza joints can’t handle those type requests.

The Grassy Knoll Institute awards 5 out of 5 shots to Cornersburg Pizza and recommends them for lunch, dinner, or a late night snack. How are you doing Larry?!

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Ober Gatlinburg Sno Cone (Cherry Flavored)

Posted by LOTGK on December 9, 2007

At the top of the Smoky mountains lies a cozy little amusement park called Ober Gatlinburg. Plenty of rides to have fun including the Alpine slide and the Go-Karts, but today’s post is all about the cherry. As in flavor. Cherry flavored sno-cones.The beauty above hit the spot on a warm summer day. The shaved ice was not clumped in a big chunk, and there was an ample amount of cherry syrup to give the sno-cone great flavoring. All in all, a pleasant experience.

The cost is the only drawback. Being on top of the mountain, you are literally a captured audience. You either pay the price, or you go thirsty. I opted in and shelled out $3.00 for this sno-cone. (Ahh yes, I remember as a little kid buying sno cones for a nickel at Idora Park and Geneva on the Lake.)

Ober Gatlinburg cherry sno-cones receives 2.75 shots out of 5 and recommends them on hot summer days.

R.I.P. Big G.

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Taco Bell Taco’s

Posted by LOTGK on December 7, 2007

Yes, it finally happened. I broke down, in a very weak moment and visited Taco Hell, err, Taco Bell for some standard regular taco’s. The drive through service was standard, and of course their “Check the electronic screen to assure your order is correct” wasn’t working. The taco’s were 79 cents each and a girl handed out a plastic bag unceremoniously and I was on my way home.

As you can see, the taco’s were wrapped in paper and they were hot. The order was correct and relatively well priced. Hey, we’re talking taco’s here. They should be giving these things away.

Anyway, the shell wasn’t soggy, the cheese was there, not much of it, but there. The lettuce was plentiful, more lettuce than any other ingredient. The secret meat product and sauce was layered on the bottom, not plentiful, but there.

The taste……. Well, they are edible. At 2am they would taste better I guess. The Grassy Knoll Institute reluctantly recommends Taco Bell for the over all cost and bulk of food for the price and awards 2.25 shots out of 5 for taco’s at Taco Bell.

Side note: As the commercial touts. About an hour after I ate the taco’s, I had to make my own run for the border.

Second side note: Also noticed that the building looked like it was made out of styro-foam. A chunk of the wall was missing and it seriously looked like foam.

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Willy Wonka Chocolate Bar

Posted by LOTGK on December 2, 2007

Stopped at a candy store while visiting Geneva On The Lake back in May. I did not think that a Wonka bar was real but only made for the two movies staring Gene Wilder and Johnny Depp. Seeing it in the showcase, I had to have it.It was a standard chocolate bar likening it to a Nestle crunch bar only with a thin layer of graham cracker bottom. The chocolate was rich enough, not over powering, and no after taste. The cost was $1.50 which was pricey, but it was a specialty shop.

In essence, the novelty of the Wonka bar was more than the actual taste. The Grassy Knoll Institute suggests you spend your money on a Hershey or Nestle chocolate bar.

Sidenote: No golden ticket inside the bar.

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Pastino’s Chicken Planks

Posted by LOTGK on November 29, 2007

Pastino’s chicken tenders and cheese sticks. Fries were extra. You are looking at $6.75 worth of food in a tin foil and styrofoam container.The chicken tenders were standard, chicken from the grocery store cooked in Pastino’s oil. And so were the fries. And the cheese sticks. Possibly all at the same time. No matter if I took a bite out of the chicken, fries, or cheese sticks, somehow, they all tasted and smelled the same. But hey, it’s only $6.75 right!

The service, standard delivery, tin foil reactor plates, and plastic bags. The food was hot, and the order was correct, and edible, and filling, and cheap enough to serve as a lunch.

With this in mind, the Grassy Knoll Institute awards 2.5 shots out of 5 and recommends Pastino’s for lunch.

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