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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 4:33 pm 
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Wait...you guys aren't joking about Jack's?

Isn't it in the trash tier of frozen pizzas? Is it better now?

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 4:34 pm 
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Home Run Inn and Connies are my go to pies when at home. Jacks makes a good rising crust if you like a doughy cheap pizza.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 4:36 pm 
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Red Baron is trash.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 4:39 pm 
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I like Home Run Inn but it has the same issue as Red Baron... no cardboard under the pizza. You have to smash the box down to turn it into a makeshift cutting board. The cardboard circle is key... slide that bad boy right out of the oven onto the cardboard and your ready to roll. Now I'm using a grimy box that a bunch of people touched. Disgusting.

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Douchebag wrote:
Red Baron is trash.


Alrighty then.


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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Hank Scorpio wrote:
I like Home Run Inn but it has the same issue as Red Baron... no cardboard under the pizza. You have to smash the box down to turn it into a makeshift cutting board. The cardboard circle is key... slide that bad boy right out of the oven onto the cardboard and your ready to roll. Now I'm using a grimy box that a bunch of people touched. Disgusting.


Get a pan at Target for like $5.

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Hank Scorpio wrote:
I like Home Run Inn but it has the same issue as Red Baron... no cardboard under the pizza. You have to smash the box down to turn it into a makeshift cutting board. The cardboard circle is key... slide that bad boy right out of the oven onto the cardboard and your ready to roll. Now I'm using a grimy box that a bunch of people touched. Disgusting.


You know you can use the inside portion of the pizza box as your cutting board? People don't touch that.


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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 4:58 pm 
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A lot of the less expensive brands use pepperoni and sausage made from "[i]Chicken, Pork, and Beef[/i]".
Nope. Sausage and pepperoni should only be made from pork.
Up here in Wisconsin, there's Jimm's Thin and P'Mos - those are probably the best frozens in the store.

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doug - evergreen park wrote:
I tend to go with DiGorno or Tombstone.

Jack's Supreme is pretty good for a bachelor night. I can't decide on Home Run Inn...half of the time I don't care for it. Haven't tried Gino's East or Palermo's. The Screamin' Sicilian pizzas are kinda pricey, no? Like $8? Celeste's are meh.

Screamin' Sicilians I've seen from $6-$8 but worth it, IMO. They have several varieties but I prefer the supreme.


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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 5:16 pm 
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A lot of the less expensive brands use pepperoni and sausage made from "[i]Chicken, Pork, and Beef[/i]".
Nope. Sausage and pepperoni should only be made from pork.
Up here in Wisconsin, there's Jimm's Thin and P'Mos - those are probably the best frozens in the store.

You've gotten us to a great subject.

What the fuck is with this chicken chorizo crap? Chorizo is pork. Even Chipotle is riding this chicken chorizo BS. gtfo.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Screamin' Sicilians are very good. My 2nd favorite.

I tried a Brew Pub pizza a few weeks ago that's supposed to have extra cheese. It was about $8 or so, I think. If you like cheesy pizza, that's the way to go.

It was very good and cheesy. Nice crisp crust as well.

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This with sausage is very good.


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IMU wrote:
Wait...you guys aren't joking about Jack's?

Isn't it in the trash tier of frozen pizzas? Is it better now?


They have to be joking. It's bad.


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Peoria Matt wrote:
IMU wrote:
Wait...you guys aren't joking about Jack's?

Isn't it in the trash tier of frozen pizzas? Is it better now?


They have to be joking. It's bad.


No, it's great. For $3, you can't go wrong with their thin pepperoni. I always add a little more cheese. Never feel bad for eating the whole thing because it's thin, as pizza should be. Too much bread with many other frozen pizzas.


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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Love Jack's Pizza for what it is.

5 for $10 got me through college. It's a great cheap pizza.

Although it probably led to my salt level issues as an older man.

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Jack's was great when you wanted something cheap but now I can move up a few rungs on the food ladder.


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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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They often have Jack's Pizza on sale at Menards five for $10.

:lol:

I just actually read what I wrote but it's true... Jack's is pretty good no matter where you get it!


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Jacks was goto before I had kids. Don't eat frozen much anymore (wife is kinda anti frozen food) but ivecgrabbed the boy some frozen jacks recently. He's happy, I'm happy.


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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Hank Scorpio wrote:
I like Home Run Inn but it has the same issue as Red Baron... no cardboard under the pizza. You have to smash the box down to turn it into a makeshift cutting board. The cardboard circle is key... slide that bad boy right out of the oven onto the cardboard and your ready to roll. Now I'm using a grimy box that a bunch of people touched. Disgusting.

Send me your address and I'll buy you a cutting board.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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IMU wrote:
Wait...you guys aren't joking about Jack's?

Isn't it in the trash tier of frozen pizzas? Is it better now?



It's all trash


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Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
Love Jack's Pizza for what it is.

5 for $10 got me through college. It's a great cheap pizza.

Although it probably led to my salt level issues as an older man.


Grog's was $2.50 if memory serves. I figured you ordered a few of those back in the day. Or were you a Pokey Sticks guy?

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I couldn't stand the first group of Gino's thin crust. But someone here spoke glowingly about their new tavern style and damn If he wasn't right.

The former Jewels brand sausage pizzas remind me of the slices they sold at the Illinois Orange snack bar that I still remember fondly though.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
Love Jack's Pizza for what it is.

5 for $10 got me through college. It's a great cheap pizza.

Although it probably led to my salt level issues as an older man.


Grog's was $2.50 if memory serves. I figured you ordered a few of those back in the day. Or were you a Pokey Sticks guy?


I wasn't a Home of Chow guy but I did like the Gumby's Pokey Sticks and pizza.

I was a Pizza World guy.

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A lot of frozen pizzas can be spruced up with extra cheese and toppings. And, according to Hank, a wooden serving apparatus.

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I couldn't stand the first group of Gino's thin crust. But someone here spoke glowingly about their new tavern style and damn If he wasn't right.

The former Jewels brand sausage pizzas remind me of the slices they sold at the Illinois Orange snack bar that I still remember fondly though.


Hmm, I don't have memories of that pizza at the Orange. I blew all my meal credits on those Clearly Canadian seltzer waters. I was a Domino's guy back in those days. Large one topping pizza with beverage for five dollars delivered.

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Used to always add extra cheese to the frozen pizzas my mom got when I was a kid. I'm afraid what my 40 year old metabolism and digestive system would do with the extra pound of cheese from back then.


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I miss the Dominicks pizzas. I don't even remember if they were any good. It's a nostaglia thing. $5 pizza every Friday as a teenager was good stuff.


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IMU, did they still have those pizza boats at our high school in the ala carte line when you went there?

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denisdman wrote:
Regular Reader wrote:
I couldn't stand the first group of Gino's thin crust. But someone here spoke glowingly about their new tavern style and damn If he wasn't right.

The former Jewels brand sausage pizzas remind me of the slices they sold at the Illinois Orange snack bar that I still remember fondly though.


Hmm, I don't have memories of that pizza at the Orange. I blew all my meal credits on those Clearly Canadian seltzer waters. I was a Domino's guy back in those days. Large one topping pizza with beverage for five dollars delivered.


I am shocked that they stopped selling those. Waybackthen kids would willingly wait for fresh ones.

And Dr Ken I am shocked that you were a Pizza World guy

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