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Old 09-08-2020, 07:19 AM
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Originally Posted by urbnsr View Post
We used to have one. Really liked it. It's gone. We used to have them double wrap them once in awhile, take it home and put it in the freezer for much later.
The freezer method work ok? I might have to try that.
Old 09-08-2020, 07:27 AM
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Originally Posted by chrisbtr View Post
Sorry not papa murphys related. But we make a killer seafood pizza. On good weather Fridays the kids run around the islands with dip nets and we usually go back with a few dozen blue crabs. Saturday night we cook seafood pizzas in a wood fire oven and load them up!

That's decadent, I'm jealous
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Originally Posted by SHE GONE View Post
It's because Florida was 10 times better 25 years ago.......but you people keep moving here
When you say "you people" ...?
Old 09-08-2020, 08:07 AM
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Originally Posted by kmoose View Post
There is one in Gainesville and one in Eustis that is still open to my knowledge.
LOL, the one in Gainesville closed like 12 years ago.
Old 09-08-2020, 08:23 AM
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Originally Posted by halfwaythere View Post
Does not matter who you buy it from, who cooks it or doesn't, pizza here in Florida is the worst of the worst.
There are good pizza places in Florida, you just have to find them. There's a small place near me, Camilli's, that makes great pizza. Anthony's Coal Fired is a small chain that makes good pizza. Started in Ft Lauderdale and I think he has 50 or so places now.

As far as Papa Murphy's goes, I've never heard of them but my first thought, based on the name alone is why would you buy pizza from an Irish guy?
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Same reason people buy hamburgers from an English person?
Old 09-08-2020, 01:15 PM
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I've been a fan of Mellow Mushroom Pizza since it was 3 stoned guys making pizza in Buckhead but there is absolutely no consistency from store to store anymore.
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Originally Posted by mikefloyd View Post
I've been a fan of Mellow Mushroom Pizza since it was 3 stoned guys making pizza in Buckhead but there is absolutely no consistency from store to store anymore.
I used to go the Sandy Springs store.
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Originally Posted by sand key View Post
The freezer method work ok? I might have to try that.
Yes it did! The manager gave us that idea. She would wrap it normal then turn it 90 degrees and wrap it once more. Dang, we miss them! We would set it out to thaw before normal oven temps/time.
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Originally Posted by joe.giuliano View Post
I used to go the Sandy Springs store.
My dad used to take me there when I was a kid in the mid 70's
I remember the guys in the kitchen twirling pizza dough around barefooted.
Old 09-08-2020, 09:49 PM
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Originally Posted by chrisbtr View Post
Sorry not papa murphys related. But we make a killer seafood pizza. On good weather Fridays the kids run around the islands with dip nets and we usually go back with a few dozen blue crabs. Saturday night we cook seafood pizzas in a wood fire oven and load them up!

Originally Posted by mikefloyd View Post
I've been a fan of Mellow Mushroom Pizza since it was 3 stoned guys making pizza in Buckhead but there is absolutely no consistency from store to store anymore.
that and 3 dolla cafe

good times
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Most pizza in Florida sucks because of the quality of the water used in the dough. They use city water which has fluoride and other chemicals added into it. Find a mom and pop shop that does not use city water and you will usually find a good pie.
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Originally Posted by chrisbtr View Post
Sorry not papa murphys related. But we make a killer seafood pizza. On good weather Fridays the kids run around the islands with dip nets and we usually go back with a few dozen blue crabs. Saturday night we cook seafood pizzas in a wood fire oven and load them up!

Would you mind sharing the recipe?? looks grand!
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Originally Posted by N D H View Post
No offense to those who like it, but I thought it was terrible. I like the local mom and pop places, sadly, we are loosing them.
The local mom and pop pizza joints around here are thriving. I hardly ever see a chain store car delivering pizza in out neighborhood. Only the two local places. Their drivers say they can't keep up with the calls.
Old 09-09-2020, 08:24 AM
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Originally Posted by kmoose View Post
There is one in Gainesville and one in Eustis that is still open to my knowledge.
Mello Mushroom

I pass the Eustis one on occasion. I believe it is still open. Isnt there one in the Sanford Lakemary area as well?
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Originally Posted by buckets View Post
Would you mind sharing the recipe?? looks grand!
You bet. I just got my wife to text me the recipe below. I grill these in an ooni pizza oven but I'm sure it's awesome however you cook it. The crab I boil with zatarans when i get home and put the meat in the fridge for the following day. The shrimp we grill or broil before they go on the pizza.

Recipe
Precook onions- sauté until caramelized, and roast garlic pods - slice off top of pod, drizzle with olive oil, and wrap in foil. Roast at 400 for 40ish mind.

Spread olive oil over crust, sprinkle with garlic powder. Top with shedded mozzarella, fresh mozzarella, grated Parmesan, and Romano cheese, caramelized onions, garlic cloves, grilled shrimp, crab meat, and sprinkle with crushed red pepper
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Foxes Pizza Den here. Best by far.





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Old 09-10-2020, 12:43 PM
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So is it frozen pizza you have to cook, or is it unfrozen pizza you have to cook? $18 for a large, I would hope I didn’t have to go home and cook it.
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Originally Posted by IMPLiberty View Post
So is it frozen pizza you have to cook, or is it unfrozen pizza you have to cook? $18 for a large, I would hope I didn’t have to go home and cook it.
Unfrozen. Bring it home and toss in oven. I've never paid $18 for a large but markets are different.
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We had one in Tampa for a while. I really enjoyed it!

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