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|11-07-2012 12:10 PM|
As much as I've loathed the place for other reasons for years, the dim blue fluorescent lighting gives me a headache and makes going inside the store even more miserable than it used to be.
1) A cookie sheet won't hold a $10 large Costco uncooked pizza
2) Pizza Hut and Red Baron cost more (for an equivalent amount of food) than the $10 Costco pizza. I also think the Costco pie tastes better.
3) Sometimes the goal after a really long day is simply to not have to cook dinner, and a nice cheap $10 Costco pizza will do for dinner, and lunch the next day for two. "Real" pizza is nice, but I'll leave that to the real cooks.
I'm going to be disappointed if this won't hold the Costco pizza, it's pretty big :/
As the economy continues to pick up, gotta wonder how Walmarts sales will fare when folks don't feel quite so compelled to shop there anymore.
For a lot of people, the savings from participating on sites like SlickDeals and KrazyCouponLady and so on amount to the equivalent of a 2nd part time job, with far less stress and aggravation. I've never kept track, but I'm fairly sure that it's added up to many thousands of dollars saved for me over the years, as well as sometimes being able to afford much nicer things on the same budget than I otherwise could have.
Thanks to this thread I'm not just getting two pizza pans that will do an acceptable job (I have a pizza stone, but it's to small for Costo pies), but I found that there were some nice Oneida cookie sheets and loaf pans on sale as well. If Amazon pricing reflects normal retail, I just saved about $75. That's a fair amount of money for most folks.
|11-07-2012 08:45 AM|
Never fails...it is amazing that there are 45 comments already on a freakin $6 pizza pan.
Get a life people.
|10-31-2012 02:23 AM|
|zeta||OOS. Price at $14.49|
|10-31-2012 02:09 AM|
u guys are arguing about the wrong thing...
its the OVEN, heat, not the medium that the pie is sitting on...got a good powerful oven with blowing heat...i don't care if the pie sits on tile, rock, stone, grill, metal...your pizza will still turn out great
|10-31-2012 01:44 AM|
|10-10-2012 09:40 PM|
|10-10-2012 07:48 PM|
who's everyone? theres not a walmart in the city limits of chicago, only suburbs and ive probably been in the store less times than i can count with 2 hands.
thier atrocious customer service didnt help when that Vizio disaster went down. please dont lump me in this "everyone" pile you speak.
|10-10-2012 02:49 PM|
|10-10-2012 10:36 AM|
I worked in pizza joints.... both stones and pans. I was blown away when I used the walmart frozen dough... it's awesome and easy.
|10-10-2012 10:30 AM|
|maddoggyusa||I bought a couple similar pans at walmart for $4 each within the last 2 years. I couldn't believe they were so cheap... they had to be 16 or 18 inch. they have a nice textured surface that prevents sticking... check your local walmart... they might still sell them?|
|10-10-2012 10:18 AM|
|10-10-2012 10:13 AM|
|10-10-2012 10:06 AM|
You can make your own pizza stone for much less. Go to Home Depot and pick up some Saltillo tiles (unglazed quarry tiles). They are $1 each I think. If you know your measurements you want inside oven, Home Depot will cut them for free. I've been doing this for a while and it works great. Pizza stone for $4.
|10-10-2012 10:05 AM|
I make a lot of pizza and I like:
1 My pizza stone - can't imagine making breads or cookings or pizza without it.
2. My well seasoned cast iron skillets - makes great pan pizza
but $6 is a good price for a basic pan.
Just...if you really wanna make a good pizza, get a stone.
|10-10-2012 09:36 AM|
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