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Posted: January 22, 2020, 10:16 AM Post
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brewcrewdue80 said:
Jack's used to have a mexican pizza with a seasoning packet that I ate a lot in my 20s. No longer find that version.

It may have been named. My family used to splurge on a pizza place that I believed closed down within last 10 years. I feel like it was around 52nd-70th streets and on or between Hampton and Burleigh? Just monstrous sized pizzas. Loaded in toppings. Anyone know the place Im referring to?

Having worked in Sheboygan for 18years now, I think there was a place that became Pit Stop pizza by the movie theatre. The previous place had this amazing taco pizza. It was loaded.

I'll take suggestions for mexican/taco pizzas.
For me today and its been hit or miss lately I get my fix on Digiornos spicy chicken pizza. Adding my share of mexican chili pepper on top. Stores dont seem to carry this pizza like used to.


MooseJaw in the Dells has a pretty good Taco pizza. I suggest getting the thin crust though, as the thick crust is too much dough.

Edit: The Jacks Mexican pizza isn't bad right now. It's usually the only Jacks that I eat these days.


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Posted: January 24, 2020, 8:48 AM Post
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stoutdude04 said:
brewcrewdue80 said:
Jack's used to have a mexican pizza with a seasoning packet that I ate a lot in my 20s. No longer find that version.

It may have been named. My family used to splurge on a pizza place that I believed closed down within last 10 years. I feel like it was around 52nd-70th streets and on or between Hampton and Burleigh? Just monstrous sized pizzas. Loaded in toppings. Anyone know the place Im referring to?

Having worked in Sheboygan for 18years now, I think there was a place that became Pit Stop pizza by the movie theatre. The previous place had this amazing taco pizza. It was loaded.

I'll take suggestions for mexican/taco pizzas.
For me today and its been hit or miss lately I get my fix on Digiornos spicy chicken pizza. Adding my share of mexican chili pepper on top. Stores dont seem to carry this pizza like used to.


MooseJaw in the Dells has a pretty good Taco pizza. I suggest getting the thin crust though, as the thick crust is too much dough.


That's funny, the best taco pizza I ever had was from the Moosejaw Resort in Park Falls. No relation to the dells though. But they got new owners maybe 10 years ago and I don't think they even make one anymore.

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Posted: January 24, 2020, 1:23 PM Post
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of the fast food pizza chains, papa john's is my favorite, but admittingly i haven't had it in years and papa john recently said it has changed. We normally get pizza hut which is perfectly fine for what it is, there isn't really a papa john's close to us anymore to deliver.

favorite forzen pizza is Emil's.


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Posted: January 25, 2020, 12:13 AM Post
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patrickgpe said:
of the fast food pizza chains, papa john's is my favorite, but admittingly i haven't had it in years and papa john recently said it has changed. We normally get pizza hut which is perfectly fine for what it is, there isn't really a papa john's close to us anymore to deliver.

favorite forzen pizza is Emil's.

Papa John's is not like it use to be, when it first came to my hometown, it was fresh and delicious. Over the years, the quality has fallen. Thought I give another chance 6 months ago, it was bland and kinda on par with a Digiorno, only six dollars more expensive. Recently tried Marco's, that was pretty good, toppings were great, but the crust was a little off for some reason. The local Godfather's has an excellent Italian Meats pizza that's my fav right now.
Best Frozen? Kinda favor Freschetta's, your mention of Emil's has peaked my interest though! Let the search begin!!


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Posted: January 25, 2020, 11:05 AM Post
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Jaylyn said:
patrickgpe said:
of the fast food pizza chains, papa john's is my favorite, but admittingly i haven't had it in years and papa john recently said it has changed. We normally get pizza hut which is perfectly fine for what it is, there isn't really a papa john's close to us anymore to deliver.

favorite forzen pizza is Emil's.

Papa John's is not like it use to be, when it first came to my hometown, it was fresh and delicious. Over the years, the quality has fallen. Thought I give another chance 6 months ago, it was bland and kinda on par with a Digiorno, only six dollars more expensive. Recently tried Marco's, that was pretty good, toppings were great, but the crust was a little off for some reason. The local Godfather's has an excellent Italian Meats pizza that's my fav right now.
Best Frozen? Kinda favor Freschetta's, your mention of Emil's has peaked my interest though! Let the search begin!!



Emils is pretty good. They have an emils seasoning which is good on any pizza, too.


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Posted: January 30, 2020, 6:26 PM Post
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I love thin crust pizza and my two favorites on the south side of Milwaukee are Vinchi's Pizza in Oak Creek and On The Edge Bar & Grill which is right by Southridge. Both are fabulous.

I like to support small businesses whenever possible, so i generally avoid most chain restaurants, but my sister came over one day with my nephew who loves Little Caesers and they brought with one of those new thin crust pizza's which are in commercials all of the time. I expected it to be awful because their regular crust ones are, but it was shockingly pretty good and just six dollars. Ideal for college kids like my nephew.


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Posted: January 31, 2020, 6:20 AM Post
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Broken Tree Pizza in Neenah. Theirs tend to be smaller, single serve sized.


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Posted: January 31, 2020, 9:29 AM Post
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Zad Fnark said:
Theirs tend to be smaller, single serve sized.


Is it sad I read this and thought, "So like a large?"


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Posted: February 15, 2020, 12:10 AM Post
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Tonight I tried one of those DiGiorno pan style pizzas that come with their own cardboard pan. Only set me back $20 at the village store out here in Chefornak, but what do you do when you're hungry and options are limited. I diced up some jalapeños and onions to top it off, standard.

Maybe it's because the crust singed on the tray and it needed more cheese and sauce. Or maybe it's because it paled in comparison to the T-bones and crab legs dinner I was planning to have with my lady before bad weather kept flights from bringing me home today so instead I'm still here. (Where it's been a week since a shower due to the water plant here having the lines freeze, I might add.)

Whatever the case may be, I'd say skip the DiGiorno pan style.


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Posted: February 15, 2020, 8:38 AM Post
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For those in the Milwaukee area, the Journal Sentinel had an article yesterday on the best take and bake pizza. The article can be found online in the food section.


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Posted: February 15, 2020, 9:54 AM Post
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https://www.thrillist.com/eat/nation/th ... ist-nation

Thrillist ranks the best frozen pizzas. Must be some regional ones on here because I didn't recognize them.

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Posted: February 15, 2020, 10:35 AM Post
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lol Home Run Inn?

That’s the best and no room for improvement? Must have been paid off to write that.


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Posted: February 15, 2020, 10:49 AM Post
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MrTPlush said:
lol Home Run Inn?

That’s the best and no room for improvement? Must have been paid off to write that.



MrTPlush said:
You know to be honest I actually really like the thin crust at Pizza Hut, no shame. The outer crust is arguably some of the best I have ever eaten and I just can't go wrong getting a pepperoni lovers. Overall it may not be great, but I just have to get it occasionally for those crusty filled bites at the end of every slice. My comparable to toppers sticks is the bread bites at Dominos...they are like gold nuggets of goodness.


Your opinion holds no weight here, sir! [smile]

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Posted: February 15, 2020, 12:32 PM Post
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The Home Run Inn is what prompted my complaint about no cardboard trays in the bugging you thread but I have to admit it was a pretty tasty frozen pizza, I don't like a lot of sauce and it seemed just right in that regard. It also gave me a stomachache a few hours later and it happened with both the sausage and the pepperoni so that takes it way off my best list.

Also, I didn't really care for Lotza Mottza but after hearing about the Taco Grande here I got one and threw some romaine, sour cream, and taco sauce on it and it was awesome.


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Posted: February 15, 2020, 9:54 PM Post
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Heading to Wausau next weekend. Looking forward to some pizza from Wausau Mining Company!


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Posted: February 15, 2020, 10:13 PM Post
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homer said:
MrTPlush said:
lol Home Run Inn?

That’s the best and no room for improvement? Must have been paid off to write that.



MrTPlush said:
You know to be honest I actually really like the thin crust at Pizza Hut, no shame. The outer crust is arguably some of the best I have ever eaten and I just can't go wrong getting a pepperoni lovers. Overall it may not be great, but I just have to get it occasionally for those crusty filled bites at the end of every slice. My comparable to toppers sticks is the bread bites at Dominos...they are like gold nuggets of goodness.


Your opinion holds no weight here, sir! [smile]


Haha, it is okay...but nowhere near best frozen pizza. At the end of the day I still feel like I am eating a cheaper frozen pizza. I will say for the price (which is important in my frozen pizza tastes) it is solid. The crust just seemed forgettable to me.

I remember having it for the first time and wrote it off as another thing Chicago ‘burb people think is the greatest thing on earth that is simply normal/average.


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Posted: February 16, 2020, 10:54 AM Post
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I had Home Run Inn a couple of times and for the for first piece or two I would say "Wow, this is awesome." And then by the third piece I would be sick of it. Literally this happened three different times. Must have something to do with that butter crust.

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Posted: February 20, 2020, 10:40 AM Post
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greeg35 said:
Heading to Wausau next weekend. Looking forward to some pizza from Wausau Mining Company!


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Posted: February 24, 2020, 8:21 PM Post
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In Racine...Wells Brothers and Derangos

In Kenosha...Luigis and Casa Capri

I’m also a big fan of Rockys, wish they had one in So Ill!


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Posted: February 24, 2020, 9:12 PM Post
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Had a slice of Sal's Pizza (on College Ave. in Appleton) and one of their signature garlic rolls this past weekend.

My favorite place in Appleton, bar none. You know when it's good when I am looking to find the time to make it back again this week. Just so good!

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