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CP3LSU25
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Shurfine





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Dorothy
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re: Best Frozen Pizza?


Culinary Circle, especially the thin crust ones. I've only been able to find them at Albertson's here in Baton Rouge though, so not sure where you could find them wherever you are.





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Notro
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GynoSandberg
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Cali Pizza Kitchen is good, but it's so thin. It's going to feed 2 people max. A hungry fellow could eat 1 by themselves.





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tom
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quote:

Culinary Circle

quote:

I've only been able to find them at Albertson's here in Baton Rouge


That's Albertson's store brand.






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S
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yea i killed one of those after the sec championship game last yr easily.





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joey barton
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quote:

amy's


Best practically universal frozen meal brand, imo

I cannot not buy the pizzas whenever they are on sale

ETA: wish they weren't exclusively vegetarian



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her enchiladas kick arse as well





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Ortho Reb
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quote:

i enjoy the california pizza kitchen






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Gujam8
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Why a frozen pizza then? Just get it delivered..or pick up from Sam's - XL Supreme $9.98





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Tiger Authority
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Stouffer's French Bread Pizza has always been my tops.





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G Love
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Costco or Home Run.





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JimMorrison
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Freschetta and Digiorno are the best





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kingbob
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Frozen? California Pizza Kitchen
Take n bake (thawed) go with Papa Murphy's or Sam's club






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THRILLHO
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Sam's is definitely my favorite. Freschetta is 2nd.





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Carson123987
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I love how at Sam's you can get a monstrous slice of that delicious pizza and like a gallon of frozen coke for like 1.99





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WarSlamEagle
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I haven't seen Tony's mentioned. Those are alright.





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Carson123987
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quote:

I haven't seen Tony's mentioned. Those are alright.


oh frick i remember eating one of those drunk as frick and i thought it sucked cock






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tigersownall
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Tonys.





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la_birdman
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The DiGiorno ones are pretty good.


The "best" ones, to me, are the Totino party pizzas. Only thing that I don't like is that they're kinda small.

You can also get a decent one (not frozen but refrigerated) in the deli section at WalMart. They're big and surprisingly tasty.






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