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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 8:33 pm 
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Our local butcher shop makes frozen pizzas that are great. They are expensive, though.

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PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:01 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?


For what it is, it's better than it was as a kid. It's become my go to when shopping at Meijer, because they don't stock the Gino's Thin there. I don't like a lot of the frozen pizzas because they're too bready...Tombstone's sauce has a funk to it, too.

shirtless driver was right about P'Mos...good stuff. Always a get when we're in Kenosha.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:06 pm 
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Gourmet pizza isn't available in the frozen aisle. Jack's is the frozen pizza for people who have accepted what they are and aren't ashamed of it.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:09 pm 
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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.


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



Why? I could only afford one Papa Del's per semester.

I made a whole ceremony out of the process.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:25 pm 
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Regular Reader wrote:
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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.


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


I wasn't saying they don't sell them. I just don't recall eating them.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 9:29 pm 
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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.


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



Why? I could only afford one Papa Del's per semester.

I made a whole ceremony out of the process.


Fair enough.

I dropped one (Papa Dels) in a buddies dorm room in Forbes hall once. If the others who put in on it weren't high school friends, I may have been scalped

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
Regular Reader wrote:
denisdman wrote:
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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.


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



Why? I could only afford one Papa Del's per semester.

I made a whole ceremony out of the process.

Me too, but my buddies and their girlfriends all worked there, fortunately....

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
PostPosted: Mon Aug 07, 2017 10:12 pm 
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In college, Hy-Vee had 10 pizzas for $10 of their store brand. The cashier told us they were just $1 each, and we didn't have to buy ten. We ignored him and got ten anyway. Boy, those pizzas were the worst I've had. Took about 12 Natural Lights to make those things edible.

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If the others who put in on it weren't high school friends, I may have been scalped


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It's great that Hank is a family man with three kids and still cuts his frozen pizzas on the box like a college bachelor would

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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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.


This is a thread about frozen pizza. How high can you go?


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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Jack's has its place. Its fine for certain occasions. There is always a couple in our freezer as it makes for a great late nite snack for two.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Peoria Matt wrote:
Jack's was great when you wanted something cheap but now I can move up a few rungs on the food ladder.


This is a thread about frozen pizza. How high can you go?


Food is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail and never get to eat again. The fat breaks them. And some are given a chance to climb, but they refuse. They cling to the pepperoni or the cheese or crust. Illusions. Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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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.


This is a thread about frozen pizza. How high can you go?


There's a pretty big difference between Jack's and The Screamin Sicicilian.


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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
Franky T wrote:
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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.


This is a thread about frozen pizza. How high can you go?


Food is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail and never get to eat again. The fat breaks them. And some are given a chance to climb, but they refuse. They cling to the pepperoni or the cheese or crust. Illusions. Only the ladder is real. The climb is all there is.


Is this Game of Thrones? I'm out of the loop on this kind of thing.


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


This is a thread about frozen pizza. How high can you go?


There's a pretty big difference between Jack's and The Screamin Sicicilian.


Land purchases while dining on Screamin Sicilians? Surprise you still grace us with your presence, your Highness.

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Peoria Matt wrote:
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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.


This is a thread about frozen pizza. How high can you go?


There's a pretty big difference between Jack's and The Screamin Sicicilian.


Land purchases while dining on Screamin Sicilians? Surprise you still grace us with your presence, your Highness.


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Jack's pizza is a running joke between my brothers and I. Literally running down your leg with explosive diarrhea the next day.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Home Run Inn is the right answer. I'm sure all the fancy frozen pizzas others mentioned are fine. Jacks is awful.

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Tombstone cheese
Jacks Natural Rise Pep

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Digiorno's rising crust with sausage is the best frozen pie I've ever had.


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Diogiorno is crap. Way to bread-ey.

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Diogiorno is crap. Way to bread-ey.

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 Post subject: Re: Frozen Pizza
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Trying this Screaming Sicilian pizza...never had it before. We'll see. I was expecting it to be more expensive considering how loaded it seems.

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Trying this Screaming Sicilian pizza...never had it before. We'll see. I was expecting it to be more expensive considering how loaded it seems.

They're pretty good.

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Best frozen pizza I've ever had.

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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.

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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.



is that memory from 5th grade ?


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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.



is that memory from 5th grade ?


Close. Maybe early high school.

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