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What's your favorite frozen pizza?

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We dont buy frozen pizza often, but recently we tried the Delissio Rustico at a friends place, pretty good. Ended up buying one, the spinach, very good. They were on for $3.33 last week at Safeway so we stocked up! Probably the best frozen pizza I've had, but have not tried many.

And yes, home made is better, and restaurant is good too... but for something quick for movie night or afternoon snack, these are great.
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Keelie wrote:
Mar 8th, 2016 10:39 pm
We dont buy frozen pizza often, but recently we tried the Delissio Rustico at a friends place, pretty good. Ended up buying one, the spinach, very good.
I really like the Spinaci Rustico too. I add thinly sliced garlic cloves and pieces of pre-cooked bacon, a bit of extra shredded cheese and lots of fresh ground black pepper.
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The thing I notice about the Delissio Rustico (formerly Buitoni) is the crust is a nice mix of soft and crisp.
I'm not articulating it so great but the crust is better than frozen brands I've tried.
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jenviea wrote:
Mar 9th, 2016 7:25 am
The thing I notice about the Delissio Rustico (formerly Buitoni) is the crust is a nice mix of soft and crisp.
I'm not articulating it so great but the crust is better than frozen brands I've tried.
Wait, isn't Buitoni the one with the cartoon chef on the box? I thought they are still selling.

What's the one that goes for $3 at Walmart? Those tastes like friggin cardboard.

I'm like the classic McCain's Deluxe although it always produced so much freakin' oil.

IT's like taking a swig of oil every bite.
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Supercooled wrote:
Mar 9th, 2016 7:42 am
Wait, isn't Buitoni the one with the cartoon chef on the box? I thought they are still selling.
Maybe you're thinking of Guiseppe. The Buitoni brand has been replaced by Rustico. My favourite.
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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....
I'd rather have frozen than Formosa anytime! Formosa's good if you like paper thin, soggy/wet crust. Revolting.
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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....
Formosa? You mean Forshitsa?
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The "spicey chicken" (really Buffalo Chicken) Irresistible Pizza from Metro or Food Basics is the bomb IMO. It's think, tasty and loaded with provolone cheese.

Highly recommended!!!

P.s. Often on sale for $2.99 or thereabouts
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we tried some Ristorante and Dr Oetkers only cuz a family member brought them, too little/skimpy toppings and tastes like cardboard

We'll stick to homemade or order from local pizza store if buy from outside. Tandoori style hot chilli pizza!
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Have you guys tried the 'fresh' pizzas in the deli sections? They come in a shrink wrap but also a cardboard box and you can see them because there is a cut out. Walmart has their own brands but they range from $8 to $16 as per toppings.

I haven't tried them yet because it's the same price as take out and that's just 'fresher' to me.

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