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(Fox 16 Little Rock)   Home Run frozen pizzas strike out with its new heavy-metal meat pies   (fox16.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Pizza, pounds of the Home Run Inn brand, official recall, possibility of metal pieces, meat pizza, specific products, Food Safety, confirmed injuries  
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640 clicks; posted to Business » on 15 Aug 2022 at 11:35 AM (7 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-08-15 11:02:09 AM  
So the pizza will get up and start headbanging?
 
2022-08-15 11:35:32 AM  
Have you seen prices on the metals complex these days?

That's a helluva bonus!
 
2022-08-15 11:42:25 AM  
Dang it! Now what am I going to order when I'm higher-than-high, feeling just right? Talk about desperation on a redline...
 
2022-08-15 11:44:03 AM  
Normal hazard with Detroit-style pizza. Those parts trays don't clean themselves.
 
2022-08-15 12:20:42 PM  
Is this how the catalytic converter thieves are laundering the Rhodium now?
 
2022-08-15 12:45:29 PM  
Heavy Metal Meat Pies is the name of my... eh... can't think of anything now. Some band something something.
 
2022-08-15 12:57:26 PM  

valkore: Heavy Metal Meat Pies is the name of my... eh... can't think of anything now. Some band something something.


Styx/Meat Loaf fusion band?
 
2022-08-15 1:01:34 PM  
Funny...the local Home Run pizzeria makes THE BEST pies ever:

Fazzari's Finest - Named One of 18 Pizza Joints You Must Try Before You Die! - BuzzFeed.com
 
2022-08-15 1:17:45 PM  
Those are pretty damn good for frozen pizza. But now they cost as much as real pizza.
 
2022-08-15 1:51:46 PM  
Are Home Run Inn pizzas any good?

Personally I think Amy's are the best, followed by the new Red Baron "The Works" pan crust variant.
 
2022-08-15 1:52:38 PM  
They should've known MLB only allows wood, not metal
 
2022-08-15 2:09:33 PM  

Optimus Primate: Are Home Run Inn pizzas any good?

Personally I think Amy's are the best, followed by the new Red Baron "The Works" pan crust variant.


Yes.  As soon as I tried one I decided to never buy a different brand of frozen pizza.  Their ingredient list is short and it is all high quality ingredients.
 
2022-08-15 2:25:12 PM  
My wife and I set out on an odyssey five or six years ago to find the best frozen pizza, and Home Run is the one we chose.  At that time, they only cost $4.99, but now they are $10.99, so we only get them if on sale.  They have good ingredients and lots of them.
 
2022-08-15 2:47:59 PM  
Home Run Inn is not bad for a tavern-style pizza, and its frozen version is okay if a little salty for my taste.
These days though we like the take-and baked pies from Papa Murphy's: we'll buy three, freeze two for later, bake one fresh.
 
2022-08-15 2:50:04 PM  

bubbadave1056: My wife and I set out on an odyssey five or six years ago to find the best frozen pizza, and Home Run is the one we chose.  At that time, they only cost $4.99, but now they are $10.99, so we only get them if on sale.  They have good ingredients and lots of them.


Ouch.  The last one I bought was a week or so ago and cost just under $7.00 at Aldi.  Most Aldis do not stock them, though (probably only stocked around Chicago).
 
2022-08-15 5:31:59 PM  

bubbadave1056: My wife and I set out on an odyssey five or six years ago to find the best frozen pizza, and Home Run is the one we chose.  At that time, they only cost $4.99, but now they are $10.99, so we only get them if on sale.  They have good ingredients and lots of them.


They're always on sale in Chicago 2 for $11-12
 
2022-08-15 6:19:31 PM  
The Market Basket near me has been selling these Grando's Four Cheese, Original, and Grilled Vegetable frozen pizzas for a while now and they're great! 45 seconds in the microwave, then bake 7 minutes in a 400º F air fryer. Really good for a quick lunch or dinner. I think MB sells them 2 for $6.

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2022-08-15 8:41:26 PM  
Basically every processed food manufacturer has a metal detector as the final quality control step in the assembly process. How did this bypass that?
 
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