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A Pizza My Mind: The Best Frozen Pizza, PERIOD.

Adam Kuban 114 comments

What's the best frozen pizza? See the photo at left, people. And you know what I don't want to see in the Comments here? Any other pizza that is not pictured at left. More

Jeno Paulucci, Pizza Roll Inventor, Dies at 93

Adam Kuban 9 comments

Jeno Paulucci, the man responsible for what are known today as Totino's Pizza Rolls, died on Thursday at home in Duluth, Minnesota, of renal and coronary failure, according to the New York Times obituary. More

Comment of the Day: Guilty Pleasure

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"Not saying I'm proud of it, but back in the day I could house 4 Crisp 'n' Tasty's no problem..." --southlake98... More

Video: 'Saturday Night Live' Jeno's Pizza Rolls Commercial Sketch

Adam Kuban 2 comments

Saturday Night Live finally made the video available for "I Am Your Mother," the Jeno's Pizza Rolls commercial skit that aired on the April 11 episode. It stars Zac Efron, Andy Samberg, Jason Sudeikis, and Fred Armisen, and its premise is that they're all shooting a commercial for the pizza snack. Like a lot of SNL sketches, it goes on a bit too long, but Armisen is amusing as a mom cooking up an after-school snack for her kids who just can't follow the director's coaching. Funny enough, this isn't the first time that the idea of a Jeno's... More

How to Make a Pizzarito

Frozen Pizza Adam Kuban 42 comments

"Did you know you can roll up those Totino's and eat them like a burrito?" asked Greenolivemedia in response to an earlier post on Slice. My response, the ever-so-calm "NO! WTF! THAT IS AWESOME." You know I had to try it, so I did. Step-by-step photos, after the jump.... More

Video: Surreal 1960s Jeno's Pizza Roll Commercial

Adam Kuban 9 comments

While doing research for the previous post, I came across this crazy commercial for Jeno's Pizza Rolls: Taken out of context, one which I'm too young to have lived through originally, the commercial is completely insane and makes almost no sense. Until you find out that it's the work of Stan Freberg and is a parody of a commercial for Lark cigarettes. Who knew they were doing meta back then? Here's the Lark commercial (after the jump):... More

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