I'd second that for the size of our take-away calzone, kind of like a medium pizza folded in half, with slits to show the sauce, sautéed eggplant, and cheese beaming through. And just as delicious as our pizzas.

The counter person/waitress told me that pepperoni and cheese remains the pizza favorite, though the new "taco" pizza is catching up. The latter features sauce, ground meat with Mexican spices, cheese and, post-oven, shredded lettuce, tomato, and onions. Indeed, several of the hot oven grinders are listed with L, T, and O. Grinders also offer chicken six ways: marinated/grilled, Buffalo, teriyaki, BBQ, salad-ized, and parmesan-ed; regular meatball, plus, meatball with Italian sausage and those scrumptious baked peppers, which also come into play on the pastrami alla Cosmic.

To while away the wait for an order, Cosmic has kindly provided a Spider-Man arcade game. Bill did his best to reach the high score of 172 million, but it looks like we'll have to make another trip for him to try again. Oh, yes, and to grab a couple of these wonderful pies!

Johnette Rodriguez can be reached at johnette.rodriguez@cox.net.

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