Which of these frozen pizzas did you prefer as a child?

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  1. Joseph K. Bank

    Joseph K. Bank Senior member

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    Growing up the only available frozen pizzas in my local supermarket was Ellio's which were rectangular and Stouffers French Bread pizza. It is hard to say which one I preferred. When I was attending Catholic school they would serve Ellio's at lunch on certain days. Stouffers I feel represented a more ethnic style pizza and in some ways seemed more sophisticated I think it was also more expensive so I was not able to eat it as often.
     


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    thekunk07 Senior member

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    i preferred toaster pizzas is anyone is old enough to remember those.
     


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    fcuknu Senior member

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    brought back some memories there.
     


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    thekunk07 Senior member

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    we had bi-annual pizza and hot dog parties at my catholic school.
     


  5. Joseph K. Bank

    Joseph K. Bank Senior member

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    we had bi-annual pizza and hot dog parties at my catholic school.

    We had that also at my school but I think it was every other month. Were your hot dogs boiled?
     


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    thekunk07 Senior member

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    yes, was called the hot-dog sale. served with quarter drinks.
     


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    larryr Senior member

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    There were other options than Ellios?

    I just remember those and bagel bites
     


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    tdangio Senior member

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    wtf is Ellio's?
     


  9. itsstillmatt

    itsstillmatt The Liberator Dubiously Honored

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    Stouffer's French Bread Pizzas.
     


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    greekonomist Senior member

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    Pizza in the morning
    Pizza in the evening
    Pizza at suppertime
    When pizza's on a bagel
    You can eat pizza anytime.
     


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    Johnny_5 Senior member

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    #1 Pizza Bagels
    #2 Ellios.
     


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    Plsez2 Senior member

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    We never had store bought frozen pizzas as a kid, my parents bought those premade pizza shells(pitas) and we'd take those out of the freezer and made up our own pizzas.
     


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    Teger Senior member

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    bagel bites
    stouffers french bread
     


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    Tombstone was my favorite as a kid. My mom would always put extra mozzarella on top and it was so freaking tasty I'm drooling right now from the memories.
     


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    My dad thought all frozen pizza sucked, and refused to buy it. So I never got a chance to eat frozen pizza until I was nine years old, after he passed away. The first brand I remember trying was Oh Boy, which I think was available only in Southern California. It tasted kind of like cardboard with a scoop of spaghetti sauce and a handful of mozzarella cheese on top, but I really dug it anyway because it was my first time.
     


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