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Thursday, February 21, 2008

Another great Leap (Day) forward: pan pizza

To celebrate "the entire week leading up to Leap Day [Feb. 29] as 'Leap Week,' " Papa John's is introducing it's "better-than-ever" Papa's Perfect Pan pizza, supposedly super crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside.

But better, anyone celebrating a birthday Feb. 29 who orders a one-topping Perfect Pan pizza at www.papajohns.com that day for pick up, and can verify their birthday, gets the pie for free.

Between that and the Morton's offer, birthday babies might be pretty stuffed next week.

Me? I prefer thin crust pies at Papa John's. But I'm still bummed you can't order fresh sliced garlic on them. Which reminds me, I need to start making my own dough and using my new Cuisinart Brick Oven for this very purpose. Lots and lots of fresh garlic, please!


4 Comments:

at 3:32 PM Blogger Cin Twin1 said...

I just received a flyer that Papa John's now has whole wheat crust. Kudos to them for getting on this heart healthy trend.

 
at 9:15 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

John Schnatter, Papa John's CEO, is a major right-wing Republican contributor. FYI.

http://www.newsmeat.com/ceo_political_donations/John_Schnatter.php

 
at 10:52 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

and that has what to do with pizza?

 
at 9:24 AM Anonymous John in the LAT41015 said...

i tried the whole-wheat crust at ppj's. it has a much different texture than a plain crust....almost like a canned biscuit, but not unpleasant. it was good and "made sense" with the vegetable topper.

 
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