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Frontera pizza in Twin Cities

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nancyd Aug 21, 2006 03:39 PM

I noticed on the Frontera/Rick Bayless website (fronterakitchens.com), they have a gourmet pizza available in grocery stores. I usually shop at Kowalskis and have not seen them, although I don't hit the frozen pizza section very often. Anyone seen these anywhere?

Thanks.

  1. MSPD Aug 21, 2006 04:18 PM

    I've bought Frontera salsa at Byerly's but haven't noticed if they carry the pizza. Nevertheless, you may want to try there. The salsa (I forget which variety) is pretty good and I love his restaurant(s) in Chicago.

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      nancyd Aug 22, 2006 02:23 PM

      I answered my own question last night. Stopped at Mississippi Market on Selby and Dale to pick up a few things and as I walked past the frozen pizza section and . . . voila! They had four varieties of Fronter pizza all going for $6.99 a piece. Looked like one pizza would almost be enough for 2 people, provided they weren't starving. Didn't have room to get one, but plan on trying in the next week or so.

      1. Jordan Aug 22, 2006 02:35 PM

        I've seen the frozen pizzas at Byerly's. They didn't look all that interesting to me.

        On the other hand, Rainbow is carrying frozen Gino's East pizzas! Unlike the faux Uno's pizza, this is the Real Deal. You Chicagoans know what I'm talking about.

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