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    Quote Originally Posted by tato2001 View Post
    I'll only eat Jack's myself.
    The only frozen pizzas that I've had that really stand out as better are Screamin Sicilian, Home Run Inn, and believe it or not the Archer Farms Wood Fired.

    Most are in the "acceptable" category though.

    In fact, the only pizza (frozen or otherwise) I've ever had that I couldn't stand was Red's Savoy (I know some will take great offense to this).

    If you're ever in Red Wing, try the pizza at Red Wing Brewery. It's amazing and not at a place you'd expect great pizza. Hanisch Bakery in Red Wing makes their crust dough for them.

    Back on topic - not sure I can make either of the Red Baron ticket dates work but I'm glad Schwans is doing the promotion again. Anything to get people in the seats!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Word View Post
    Heggies=overrated

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    I actually agree with this and stand by my previous statement. I know some people who claim to like Heggies more than delivery. I'm not in that camp, but I do like it more than most frozen pizza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #2Gopher View Post
    I don't think I've ever had a Red Barron pizza. Any good?
    Not bad for a frozen pizza and well wort 2 tickets!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Word View Post
    The only frozen pizzas that I've had that really stand out as better are Screamin Sicilian, Home Run Inn, and believe it or not the Archer Farms Wood Fired.

    Most are in the "acceptable" category though.

    In fact, the only pizza (frozen or otherwise) I've ever had that I couldn't stand was Red's Savoy (I know some will take great offense to this).

    If you're ever in Red Wing, try the pizza at Red Wing Brewery. It's amazing and not at a place you'd expect great pizza. Hanisch Bakery in Red Wing makes their crust dough for them.

    Back on topic - not sure I can make either of the Red Baron ticket dates work but I'm glad Schwans is doing the promotion again. Anything to get people in the seats!
    Red Barron is not a bad frozen pizza. If you cant go to a Gopher away game, pop those babies in the oven, order your families pizzas out and feed the red Barons to to your friends. You cant go wrong with 2 home game tickets unless you have reserve seats. Then again you could give those tickets to friends and they would owe you!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Word View Post
    The only frozen pizzas that I've had that really stand out as better are Screamin Sicilian, Home Run Inn, and believe it or not the Archer Farms Wood Fired.
    Nothing beats Totino's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSUsTALON View Post
    Red Barron is not a bad frozen pizza. If you cant go to a Gopher away game, pop those babies in the oven, order your families pizzas out and feed the red Barons to to your friends. You cant go wrong with 2 home game tickets unless you have reserve seats. Then again you could give those tickets to friends and they would owe you!


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    They sell Red Baron in Georgia? Just curious since it's a Minnesota company (parent company is Schwans).

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    Quote Originally Posted by tikited View Post
    Those will do in a pinch...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob_Loblaw View Post
    I actually agree with this and stand by my previous statement. I know some people who claim to like Heggies more than delivery. I'm not in that camp, but I do like it more than most frozen pizza.
    A Heggie's, baked correctly right out of the oven, is far better than a delivered chain pizza (Domino's, Papa John's & Pizza Hut etc...). Not even close.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tikited View Post
    Those are one of two frozen pizzas I can't eat and fit in the category of undesirable.

    Roma's pizza would be the other. Jacks are close, but acceptable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Word View Post
    They sell Red Baron in Georgia? Just curious since it's a Minnesota company (parent company is Schwans).

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    Oh Red Barron Pizza is a continental craze. Of course we have those pizzas in Georgia for people that cant go out and buy a great pizza! ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Face The Facts View Post
    Those are one of two frozen pizzas I can't eat and fit in the category of undesirable.

    Roma's pizza would be the other. Jacks are close, but acceptable.
    That's why you buy them for your kids, their friends and people that come over to watch Gopher games on TV!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Word View Post
    They sell Red Baron in Georgia? Just curious since it's a Minnesota company (parent company is Schwans).

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    I can tell you what could make the Barron's pizza better!

    If you Minnesota guys would break down and insist on using real Wisconsin cheese instead of that cheese biproduct you use!
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    I bought my pizzas yesterday. At the second one today. I'm going to have to buy some more. I was looking up how to make frozen pizza better, and I found this:

    LPT: For better baked frozen pizza, ignore the instructions on the box. Fully thaw the pizza the bake it for 5-8 minutes on the hottest temperature your oven will go.

    Having recently done a lot of experimenting with "upgrading" cheap frozen pizzas to make them taste less, well, cheap and frozen, this has been by far the most important trick.

    Commercial pizzas are baked in stone ovens that get up to 700- 1000 degrees, which is why they bake so quickly and end up with nice crispy crusts and un-burned everything else. Your home oven will never get that hot but you can try to get as close as possible to emulate the effect.

    Cook the pizza on the bare rack to maximize air circulation if you don't have a pizza stone or a cast iron skillet/slab. If you have either of those, heat it in the oven first and then cook the pizza on that once the oven hits its max temperature.

    For even better pizza, brush the crust with olive oil before you bake and sprinkle either fresh garlic or garlic powder on it. (The garlic flavor helps to balance out the usually heavy handed and far too sweet sauce that goes on your average frozen pizza).

    Edit: Forgot to mention, keep a close eye on the pizza if you're going to do this! 5-8 minutes is a pretty general number and, depending on the temperature your oven maxes out at, your pizza could go from "perfect" to "burned to a crisp" in the span of a minute.
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    I tried this today and it was actually really good. I heated the oven to 500 (normal for pizza is 400) and thawed the pizza by putting it in the microwave for one minute. Then I baked it for 9 minutes. I checked after 5 minutes and then checked every minute until it looked done. The instructions on the box say 16 to 19 minutes.

    I made a Red Baron pizza yesterday according to the instructions on the box and the crust was hard and dry. With this method, the crust was much better. It's how I'm going to make frozen pizzas from now on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSUsTALON View Post
    I can tell you what could make the Barron's pizza better!

    If you Minnesota guys would break down and insist on using real Wisconsin cheese instead of that cheese biproduct you use!
    WI cheese sucks. We all know that.
    MN produces far better cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Face The Facts View Post
    WI cheese sucks. We all know that.
    MN produces far better cheese.
    That's a fact!

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