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What's your favorite frozen pizza?

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bonterra wrote:
Aug 20th, 2014 1:29 pm
Dr. Oetker buys the pizza division of McCains:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/mccain- ... -1.2741785
The rebranding continues

[IMG]http://az721488.vo.msecnd.net/image/237 ... eatpng.png[/IMG]

I think these Guiseppes are McCain rising crust renamed because the varieties coincidentally mirror exactly the varieties offered under the old McCain brand.
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Dr. Oetkers sounds like such a pretentious name though. :)
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Dr. Oetker is at Toronto Buskerfest again this weekend
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Sorry folks, I will be brutal..
If you can't make pizza at home ( From scratch) , go to a nice restaurant ( Try Famoso in yorkdale mall) ...
You will never touch the frozen pizzas anymore....
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CocoJambo wrote:
Aug 28th, 2015 5:12 pm
Sorry folks, I will be brutal..
If you can't make pizza at home ( From scratch) , go to a nice restaurant ( Try Famoso in yorkdale mall) ...
You will never touch the frozen pizzas anymore....
There really is no substitute for homemade, but for those lazy/cheap nights a frozen pizza works in a pinch, especially when they're only $4 or less.

Only real cheap ready to eat pizza alternative is Little Caesar's, and I'd rather eat frozen than that. Don't even care what brand at that point.
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jenviea wrote:
Aug 20th, 2015 6:27 am
The rebranding continues
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I think these Guiseppes are McCain rising crust renamed because the varieties coincidentally mirror exactly the varieties offered under the old McCain brand.
The latest Metro flyer confirms that Guiseppe is Oetker's rebrand of the McCain pizzas

http://www.redflagdeals.com/flyers/metr ... 15-55384/#

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McCain Ultra Thin crust has become Ristorante Ultra Thin crust

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http://www.oetker.ca/ca-en/coming-soon/ ... izzas.html
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I salute Dr. Oetker for not making the pizzas smaller! :cool:
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nippleholic wrote:
Aug 20th, 2015 5:21 pm
They were also closely associated with the Nazi's: http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/ ... llionaires
That is pretty 'unsavoury' to say the least.

I wonder what ties BMW and Mercedes has. Could one argue that anyone who drives a VW is also supporting a company that once had ties with the Nazi? hmm...


http://jalopnik.com/the-real-story-behi ... 1733943186
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Regardless of brand, i always kick it up a notch. You have to add cheese and toppings to every pizza to give it more of a taste!
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Dr Oetker Ristorante (Funghi, Vegetale and Scampi) and Panebello (Mediterranean)
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So kale is trendy and I see Metro/FB Irresistibles 'La Pizza' Spinach/Broccoli/Kale pizza for $2.88
Pretty thick crust for something labelled 'thin' crust.
Not terrible but nothing special
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playnicee1 wrote:
Oct 24th, 2015 3:47 pm
I salute Dr. Oetker for not making the pizzas smaller! :cool:
hmmmmm their pizzas already have so little topping that your comment isn't too relevant heh

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