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Peterh

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Ready to eat pizza Thu, 01/22/04 8:35 AM (permalink)
Anyone out there in the business of making ready to eat pizza? You know, the kind that's made on the spot and sold by the slice.
 
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    Sushi_Girl

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    • Location: Gainesville, FL
    RE: Ready to eat pizza Fri, 01/23/04 3:21 PM (permalink)
    clothier...your so funny
     
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      Rhodes

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      • Location: Dickerson, MD
      RE: Ready to eat pizza Fri, 01/23/04 3:26 PM (permalink)
      I'm definitely ready! Now if I could just figure out how to set my transporter to Pepe's....
       
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        renfrew

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        • Location: Providence, RI
        RE: Ready to eat pizza Fri, 01/23/04 3:46 PM (permalink)
        after reading the topic header i thought i was going to have to cheer you on in your confidence that you can eat pizza again after that horrible experience with wth the guy tossing dough and it landing on your head....

        oh well, would have been funny.

        I am always in the business of being ready to eat pizza.
         
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          Lone Star

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          RE: Ready to eat pizza Fri, 01/23/04 3:58 PM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by Rhodes

          I'm definitely ready! Now if I could just figure out how to set my transporter to Pepe's....


          ROFLMAO
           
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            UncleVic

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            RE: Ready to eat pizza Fri, 01/23/04 4:00 PM (permalink)
            quote:
            Originally posted by Peterh

            Anyone out there in the business of making ready to eat pizza? You know, the kind that's made on the spot and sold by the slice.



            Visit www.pizzatoday.com It's a trade site with that topic being fully covered. Good Luck

             
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              Lone Star

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              RE: Ready to eat pizza Fri, 01/23/04 4:20 PM (permalink)
              Some of the recipes at that site looked great! I would love to try the "Finn Pizza". Anything with artichokes has to be good.
               
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                Peterh

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                RE: Ready to eat pizza Sat, 01/24/04 11:23 AM (permalink)
                Suppose I should have worded the topic a little more carefully. Obviously my shoddiness has drawn the wrath of the pizza forum pros.
                Any thanks to you all, regardless of your intentions My unusually thick skin will keep me coming back, don't worry.


                 
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                  carlton pierre

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                  • Location: Knoxville, TN
                  RE: Ready to eat pizza Thu, 11/25/04 8:51 PM (permalink)
                  I have not seen that many places where you can just walk in and buy pizza by the slice. There have been a few gas stations offering such, but I have not sunk that low. I did run across a place just outside Wilmington, DE a month ago called Giuseppe's that sold by the slice and it was great. I used to love a place in Oxford, OH called Bruno's that sold pizza by the slice. that was awesome. I like it because it saves time waiting for a pizza to be made. Any others around?
                   
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                    UncleVic

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                    RE: Ready to eat pizza Thu, 11/25/04 9:00 PM (permalink)
                    quote:
                    Originally posted by carlton pierre

                    I have not seen that many places where you can just walk in and buy pizza by the slice. There have been a few gas stations offering such, but I have not sunk that low. I did run across a place just outside Wilmington, DE a month ago called Giuseppe's that sold by the slice and it was great. I used to love a place in Oxford, OH called Bruno's that sold pizza by the slice. that was awesome. I like it because it saves time waiting for a pizza to be made. Any others around?


                    I'd say most privatly owned places around here sell pizza by the slice at lunch (11am to 2ish). Favorite being Marcos, $2.75 for a Supreme Slice (actually square), that must weigh in around a 3/4 if not a pound...
                     
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                      hungryfrank

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                      • Location: nyc, NY
                      RE: Ready to eat pizza Mon, 09/25/06 3:15 PM (permalink)
                      if you are in new york try thishttp://pizzainny.comfor pizza delivery
                       
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                        skylar0ne

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                        RE: Ready to eat pizza Mon, 09/25/06 3:24 PM (permalink)
                        You can usually find pizza by the slice at the food courts in most shopping malls. Don't think it would be all that great, but if you need a pizza fix it would probably suffice.
                         
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                          ynotryme

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                          RE: Ready to eat pizza Mon, 09/25/06 4:21 PM (permalink)
                          sbarro's , a national chain, usually has pretty good slices. tho I find that they tend to be better east of the mississippi. They can be found at many malls, airports, and travelstops. you can find their locations at www.sbarro.com. I currently live in the dfw metroplex and they have some great pizza. But when I get hungry for home, I order from www.uticapizza.com. they send them frozen by fedex 2 day delivery. I especially love their sausage pizza. They also have a wonderful italian pastry called pusties and canolis.
                           
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                            PapaJoe8

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                            RE: Ready to eat pizza Mon, 09/25/06 5:02 PM (permalink)
                            Ynot, welcome to roadfood! How long have you been in DFW? I'm from there but now live just east at Lake Tawakoni.

                            I had to be tiped off that you can edit your posts by clicking that little box w/ tha pencil.

                            There is a thread about ordering food on the net here somewhere. I bet they would like that utica link. Must be some good pizza!

                            They will be selling some not bad pizza by the slice at the fair in dallas.

                            NYNY in LV sells some good pizza by the slice. Right next to the duiling piano bar.
                            Joe
                             
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                              ynotryme

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                              RE: Ready to eat pizza Mon, 09/25/06 5:53 PM (permalink)
                              Hey PapaJoe8. Thanks for the tip. I'ved lived in Mansfield since 99. Retired and was sick of shoveling snow. I'm from Rome N.Y. It's in the middle of the snowbelt, averaged 200" of snow a yr.
                               
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                                PapaJoe8

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                                RE: Ready to eat pizza Mon, 09/25/06 6:19 PM (permalink)
                                Wow, lotsa snow! That would make anyone hungry for a slice of pizza. I hope you like it down here in hotland Ynot!
                                Joe
                                 
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                                  ynotryme

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                                  RE: Ready to eat pizza Mon, 09/25/06 6:29 PM (permalink)
                                  There were times the only way to get out of the house , was to go upstair ,go out of the window next to the garage and from there step off onto the snow. Well, they got the snow and temps to 30 below, we've got the heat and tornados. My favorite here is Corky's Old World pizza. He uses a woodburning oven, temps can reach 1000 degrees. It's on Little road in Arlington.
                                   
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                                    PapaJoe8

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                                    RE: Ready to eat pizza Mon, 09/25/06 6:47 PM (permalink)
                                    Thanks for that tip Ynot, sounds great! I must try Corky's next time I am in that neck of the woods.
                                    Joe
                                     
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