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Old 10-21-2004
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Love it! Pile on some extra shredded cheese and some hot sauce, and you've got a meal! Plus where else can you get a pizza for just over a dollar? Eat two if you're really hungry... Anybody else love this stuff?

http://www.pillsbury.com/View/pizza/totinos.asp
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Review: Totino's Pizza

i love them...
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those are awesome! bd
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yum.
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got 4 in the freezer right now =D
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Tombstone is better HAHAHA!
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Tombstone is better HAHAHA!
If only Papa John's could hear you now.....SHAME ON YOU.
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Tombstone and Papa Johns is good, but at 5x the cost? Not THAT good if you're just hungry. I'm more of a DiGiorno's guy anyway.
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I like the Totinos family size...bout $1.80 at the grocery store and prefect size to fill me up.
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I personally like the pizza rolls by Totino better, talk about an awesome snack when you are hungry!
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Trust me I work for Papajohns and totinos is alot better than papajohns ever will be.
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I love PJ's...but at $1 a peice Totino's can't be beat. Hamburger or cheeseburger are my fav. I wont tell you how I make mine...everyone will hurl...
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just make sure they are cooked completely cuz they are disgusting when they are not. just because they are warm in the middle doesnt mean they are completely cooked. im always hungry before i put the pizza in so i dont take the proper time for heatage of the pizza.
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I get the supreme's and cover them in extra mozzarella cheese and loads of Cholula
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I was so hungry that I ate one frozen once. (Couldn't wait the 9 minutes.) I love them....cooked.
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Trust me I work for Papajohns and totinos is alot better than papajohns ever will be.
Papajohn's owns all........Theyre garlic sauce is the main reason.


Totinos is great once you add extra cheese, but im not sure about hot sauce
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I used to live off of those things. They cook alot faster than other pizzas, and they're so cheap! Yum!
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Cheap like me !
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Never tried them but now I am going to.
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A very brief history of Totino's pizza:

Rose Totino started baking pizzas when she was a young newlywed. Her success with pizza at local PTA events convinced her to open Totino's Italian Kitchen on Central Avenue in Minneapolis--and then start a frozen pizza factory in 1962. Her pizza joint was in the neighborhood that I grew up in. I used to eat there, knew the family, and had her daughter as my grade school classmate. If you think their pizza is good now, too bad you couldn't try the original thing put out by the restaurant.

By the 1970's, Totino's Pizza was the largest frozen-pizza factory in the United States.

In 1975, she was able to sell the company to Pillsbury for $20 million.

She wrote one of the most impressive small business success stories of Minnesota.
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I picked up 5 for $5 on sale having one tonight.
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On sale? that's normal price!
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I personally like the pizza rolls by Totino better, talk about an awesome snack when you are hungry!
Ditto, throw some cottage cheese on them *****es and you have yourself a meal
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i need to try one now...
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I need to stock up, I throw some shredded cheese on the supreme's and we are cookin:)
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