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Little Caesar's pizza

January 7, 2010 - Cindy Votruba
When I was a student at the University of Minnesota Duluth, besides textbooks, I think most of the money I earned at my summer job went toward outings to Chi-Chi’s, an occasional game of bowling or a trip to the Grand Slam and pizza, mainly Little Caesar’s. Or as a hallmate would call it, Little Greaser’s. It was a treat to get a pizza and Crazy bread and sauce to eat while watching TV or a movie. Once I moved to Marshall, those days of pizza and Crazy bread were over. Sure, there’s numerous pizza places around here, like Pizza Hut, Papa John’s, Godfather’s, etc., but it wasn’t the same.

A few weeks ago, I bought Little Caesar’s pizza kits that the ECHO Charter School is selling as a fund-raiser. I finally made one Tuesday night. Once it started to bake, I could smell the familiar sauce. Cool thing about these kits, it only takes 7 to 9 minutes to bake the pizza. And it’s good. Maybe not exactly like the pizzas my friends and I had delivered to the Lake Superior Hall lobby at UMD, but it was close.


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