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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 4:29 pm 
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Years ago, a friend of mine said that HRI will periodically sell the "ugly" pizzas from their factory for $2 a piece -- I don't know how ugly they are but it is a decent frozen pizza, and I don't particularly care what it looks like (I guess I would care if there was a hole in the crust that all the toppings fell to the bottom of my oven.)

In college we would always eat the $1 pizza... it was the size of a dinner plate and the bottom of it had vent holes poked throughout. That was another case where picking up a little extra shredded cheese to put on top was a good call.

I like that Screamin Sicilian, but I think I like their strombolis even more... the pesto chicken is really good and same with the sausage/pepperoni one.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 6:10 pm 
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veganfan21 wrote:
What's the verdict here on totinos? It's been a while for me but back I remember thinking that pizza was the bomb. I know it's not as high end as some of the other brands mentioned here but I have fond memories of that stuff.

Totinos is the absolute worst.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 20, 2017 6:37 pm 
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That was pretty much Totino's, newper.

Trying the Screaming Sicilian pizza tonight.


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Diogiorno is crap. Way to bread-ey.


i'd never had one until recently. for all the shit in their commercials about peopel being fooled, i have to imagine all the pizza places surrounding the digiorno's corporate offices have to be run by abject retards. if they did a side by side anyone with a brain has to be like, well its completely obvious this piece of garbage is a frozen pizza. i get it but geez. it was horrible.


for me if i'm buying any of that garbage, its totinos. a dollar. i buy 2 and make a "calzone" outo f it.


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hnd wrote:
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Diogiorno is crap. Way to bread-ey.


i'd never had one until recently. for all the shit in their commercials about peopel being fooled, i have to imagine all the pizza places surrounding the digiorno's corporate offices have to be run by abject retards. if they did a side by side anyone with a brain has to be like, well its completely obvious this piece of garbage is a frozen pizza. i get it but geez. it was horrible.


for me if i'm buying any of that garbage, its totinos. a dollar. i buy 2 and make a "calzone" outo f it.

Congrats on finding the one frozen pizza worse than Diogiorno.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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veganfan21 wrote:
What's the verdict here on totinos? It's been a while for me but back I remember thinking that pizza was the bomb. I know it's not as high end as some of the other brands mentioned here but I have fond memories of that stuff.

Totinos is the absolute worst.


:lol: That may be true but it's cheap.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 22, 2017 10:01 pm 
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I used to like the Totinos pizza roll things. I had a circular pan I could throw 8-9 of them into, and I'd microwave a little bit of spaghetti sauce in a coffee mug and pour it over. Then Totinos changed their recipe (along with the "chicken, pork, and beef" sausage shift) and I haven't had one since.

I haven't cooked a frozen pizza in at least 20 years. That doesn't mean I don't like cheap pizza, I've been known to get two slices at Speedway for $1.99 on a Saturday when they have a special going.

I was a Domino's guy for delivery at Illinois, but Pizza World delivered later. For Pizza World, I'd only order cheese and have to tell them extra sauce. Pizza delivery to FAR on a Sunday night was a zoo. 1300 teenagers and 1000 of them were ordering pizza in a three hour window. Papa Del's was for a group \dinner once in a while, but if I was alone I was more likely to get two thick slices from Garcia's across from Altgeld if the weather was good and I had a little money left.


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i didn't even consider totino's as a frozen pizza...i only heard of those pizza rolls. immortalized by that SNL sketch.

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The Kirkland/Costco frozen pizza is awful. The one that isn't frozen is decent.

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Boilermaker Rick wrote:
The Kirkland/Costco frozen pizza is awful. The one that isn't frozen is decent.

The pizza from the CostCo food court is da bomb.

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Boilermaker Rick wrote:
The Kirkland/Costco frozen pizza is awful. The one that isn't frozen is decent.

The pizza from the CostCo food court is da bomb.

Yup.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Wed Aug 23, 2017 9:07 am 
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Douchebag wrote:
Boilermaker Rick wrote:
The Kirkland/Costco frozen pizza is awful. The one that isn't frozen is decent.

The pizza from the CostCo food court is da bomb.


I've never had it. Is it like New York style?

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leashyourkids wrote:
Douchebag wrote:
Boilermaker Rick wrote:
The Kirkland/Costco frozen pizza is awful. The one that isn't frozen is decent.

The pizza from the CostCo food court is da bomb.


I've never had it. Is it like New York style?


Yes, but there are reports of some stores overdoing the oil because they want to make sure they're meeting requirements or something out of corporate.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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veganfan21 wrote:
leashyourkids wrote:
Douchebag wrote:
Boilermaker Rick wrote:
The Kirkland/Costco frozen pizza is awful. The one that isn't frozen is decent.

The pizza from the CostCo food court is da bomb.


I've never had it. Is it like New York style?


Yes, but there are reports of some stores overdoing the oil because they want to make sure they're meeting requirements or something out of corporate.


I was in a Costco last night with an open kitchen concept. Thru the window you could watch a machine that looked like an old record player, automatically sauce the pizza. It started on the outside in a circle, until it finished in the middle. The saucing arm came up, and went back to the edge just like the old record player arms did.

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I was in a Costco last night with an open kitchen concept. Thru the window you could watch a machine that looked like an old record player, automatically sauce the pizza. It started on the outside in a circle, until it finished in the middle. The saucing arm came up, and went back to the edge just like the old record player arms did.

Naperville Costco? I was there last night.

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Douchebag wrote:
Seacrest wrote:
I was in a Costco last night with an open kitchen concept. Thru the window you could watch a machine that looked like an old record player, automatically sauce the pizza. It started on the outside in a circle, until it finished in the middle. The saucing arm came up, and went back to the edge just like the old record player arms did.

Naperville Costco? I was there last night.



Son had a soccer game in Glenview. Got him dinner at the one on Willow and Patriot.

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Next time let me know, and we can all meet up at TGI Fridays.

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Seacrest wrote:
Douchebag wrote:
Seacrest wrote:
I was in a Costco last night with an open kitchen concept. Thru the window you could watch a machine that looked like an old record player, automatically sauce the pizza. It started on the outside in a circle, until it finished in the middle. The saucing arm came up, and went back to the edge just like the old record player arms did.

Naperville Costco? I was there last night.



Son had a soccer game in Glenview. Got him dinner at the one on Willow and Patriot.

Ah, ok. Your open kitchen comment about the pizza machine was funny because I noticed the exact same thing last night when I was there.

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Boilermaker Rick wrote:
Douchebag wrote:
Boilermaker Rick wrote:
The Kirkland/Costco frozen pizza is awful. The one that isn't frozen is decent.

The pizza from the CostCo food court is da bomb.

Yup.

Ugh having to agree with either of you makes my stomach turn but yeah its pretty good.

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hnd wrote:
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Diogiorno is crap. Way to bread-ey.


i'd never had one until recently. for all the shit in their commercials about peopel being fooled, i have to imagine all the pizza places surrounding the digiorno's corporate offices have to be run by abject retards. if they did a side by side anyone with a brain has to be like, well its completely obvious this piece of garbage is a frozen pizza. i get it but geez. it was horrible.


for me if i'm buying any of that garbage, its totinos. a dollar. i buy 2 and make a "calzone" outo f it.

Congrats on finding the one frozen pizza worse than Diogiorno.


but i can buy 6 of them for that price.


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one day i had to go pick up some stuff for my brothers wedding at the local restaurant food supply place. as i went down one of the frozen aisles, what did i spy? a case of the rectangle school pizzas in the scratch and dent (yeah i know) section.

19 bucks later i had 96 slices of this nostalgic delicacy.

it was so good in a toaster oven. my wife was not happy about the freezer space it consumed though


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I killed a Tombstone last night. Felt good after my run, so why not ruin all that work.


Thought I was the only one who did that kind of stuff.

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