#DinnerOnDave, Pieology Edition

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As one who studies the weather I’m always appreciative of others who attempt to hone their craft. Pieology in North Charleston has made it their goal to master the craft of making the perfect pizza pie, so I decided to check it out for #DinnerOnDave.

Pieology would be a first for me and my dining companion and coworker Sam, a pizza enthusiast as well. We were excited to give it a try.

They have a unique set up at Pieology for a pizzeria, it’s actually more like a deli. You mosey on up to the counter, tell them how you want your pie sauced, then cheesed, then veggied, then meated, finally it’s off to the flaming hot oven.

We started with the Savory Herb Butter Strips, fancy garlic bread on a pizza crust and marinara for dipping, light and delicious.

We also got a Chicken Caesar Salad which was huge and very good, plenty for two.

We wanted to try several of the Signature Pizzas, and build one of our own. Here, I will list each of the pizzas and a few words about each:

The Mad to Meat You, loaded with pepperoni, sausage, meatball, mozzarella, red sauce and olive oil, oh and we added bacon. My dad is a retired meat cutter, this was meaty and scrumptious.

The Rustic Veggie, had a wheat crust, house red sauce, olive oil, mozzarella, ricotta, roasted red peppers, green peppers, red onion, corn, garlic and fresh basil. My favorite part was that it was a veggie pizza, void of fungus, always a plus for me!

The Smokin’ Buffalo Chicken, was pleasantly spicy with firey buffalo sauce, spicy all natural chicken, gorgonzola, mozzarella, fresh cilantro and olive oil. This was my favorite, but only by the narrowest of margins, the pies were all winners in my book.

The Custom Pie, I made up my own combination of house made red sauce, mozzarella, ricotta, roasted red peppers, meatball and a drizzle of pesto sauce. They may have to add this one to the signature pizzas and call it DW’s Cloudy with a chance of Meatball Pie!

We didn’t end it there either, we also needed something sweet, so we finished with the Sweet Cinnamon Sugar Strips. It was like pizza crust meets Churro Cart and is drizzled with frosting and sprinkled with tiny chocolate chips, perfect end to the pizza feast.

I made some new friends when I handed out the Good Law Group $50 gift card, Martin Hutchens and Haley Tolbert. They were just out for a nice affordable, yummy meal and they ended up 50 bucks richer and the latest winners of #DinnerOnDave!

Here’s a first, I’m telling you where I’m eating next Wednesday, the Coastal Carolina Fair! Tweet me your ideas of fair favorites I must try, @LCWxDave!

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