Domino's Pizza, in a very frank ad compaign, admitted that their pizza tasted terrible. So they threw out their old recipe and started from scratch. James Rummel and Steven Den Beste put it to the test, and since I want to do whatever the cool kids are doing, I have, too.
I ordered a large with ham and pineapple -- my preferred toppings -- for pickup priced at $14. It wasn't too bad, compared to the overbaked cardboard substances that I remember from previous Domino's experiences. But some problems: the cheese was not fresh, the dough was unevenly spread, and there was a strange and unpleasant yellow powdered topping on the crust.
Papa John's is slightly more expensive, but substantially tastier. Domino's has improved its fare, but not really enough to make me switch.