IronWing

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Jack's crust is thinner, has less crap in it, cooks better, and tastes better.
 

GagHalfrunt

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Jack's, Tombstone, DiGiorno and California Pizza Kitchen are all just Nestle products. About the only difference is the thickness of the crusts. Digiorno is too thick and doughy, Jack is too thin and hard, Tombstone is better, but none of them are any good.
 

IronWing

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Jul 20, 2001
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Jack's, Tombstone, DiGiorno and California Pizza Kitchen are all just Nestle products. About the only difference is the thickness of the crusts. Digiorno is too thick and doughy, Jack is too thin and hard, Tombstone is better, but none of them are any good.
F* with my choice in pizzas and you're answering to buttercup here.

 

brianmanahan

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has anyone had danato's thin crust from sam's club? i heard the stuff is awesome but haven't had a chance to try it yet.
 

GagHalfrunt

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Being part Italian and from NY this post is a travesty.
Even if you're not Italian or from New York this is still a travesty. Jack's is like one step above putting ketchup on a stale Ritz cracker, it's an insult to pizza.
 

sandorski

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I have had Tombstone, but never heard of Jacks. Therefore, using Deductive Reasoning, you are still wrong! :colbert:
 

mindless1

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If you are over 30 and having this debate then it's time to find a wife who can cook.
I can cook, and I've made my own pizza from scratch but there's no way in hell I'm doing that every time I want pizza on the cheap. I do make my own sauce but have surplus tomatoes every year and make batches ahead of time, freeze them then that makes the freezer more efficient full of *water* blocks and more enduring during power outages. .

I go as far as making the crust maybe twice a year, otherwise Red Baron brick oven crust when it's on sale, then put more sauce/cheese/toppings on.
 
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