Even though today is National Pizza Day, we believe that everyday is Pizza Day! Pizza is a staple in most United States households, and nowadays there are many different varieties. Additionally, there are so many fun-pizza facts you may not have known. Take a look at a few below!
- More than 30 billion pizzas are consumed world-wide each year!
- Lombardi’s, located in Manhattan, was the first pizzeria in America. They opened in 1905.
- Deep dish pizza originated in Chicago.
- Mozzarella is the most common cheese used on pizza world-wide.
- Saturday night is the most popular pizza night.
At Price Chopper and Market 32, we have all kinds of pizza ranging from vegan and gluten free pizza, to pizza loaded with a variety of meat. You can find our take-and-bake pizza with the freshly prepared meals in the deli, or our frozen pizzas in the frozen aisles. There is truly an option for everyone. Be sure to scroll to the bottom and browse a variety of our pizzas!
If you are looking for a fun pizza-night with the family, try making some of our favorite homemade pizzas below!
Pepperoni, Olive, & Feta Pan Pizza: Mozzarella and feta cheese? Yes, please! With the olives and pepperoni as well, this pizza will be a fan-favorite.
Frozen Buffalo Chicken & Cauliflower Pizza: Buffalo chicken is delicious, but Buffalo Chicken on pizza? Now that is out of this world!
Apple-Burrata Pan Pizza: Apples on pizza? Don’t knock it before you try it! The delicious sweet apples mixed with fresh cheese, smoky bacon, and crunchy pepita seeds will blow your mind!
Cauliflower Pizza Cups: Delicious mini pizzas made with the freshest ingredients. Try them, today!
DiGIORNO CRISPY PAN PIZZA
New DiGIORNO Crispy Pan Pizza rivals your favorite away from home Pizza parlor!These new DiGiorno Pan Pizzas are topped with generous amounts of cheese that melts over the edge to create a perfectly caramelized crust. Nestle provides the pan, you bake up a piping hot and crispy pizza fresh from your oven! You will find three varieties in your Price Chopper/Market32 Freezer aisle – Pepperoni, Four Cheese and Supreme! It’s not delivery – it’s DiGIORNO! Price Chopper and Market 32 have everything you need to satisfy all your hungry fans! Gear up for the big game with savings across the store on pizza, ribs, snacks, adult beverages and more! Snap up these deals and view our weekly flyer for more tasty savings! View Weekly Flyer
- 2 Corner to Corner Cheese Pizzas & 2 Lbs. of Wings, just $22.99!
- Price good thru Sunday 2/5
- Lloyd’s Babyback Ribs, just $10.99 w/ card
- On sale thru Saturday 2/4
- Heinz Easy Squeeze Ketchup, just 2 for $5 w/ card
- On sale thru Saturday 2/4
- Lay’s Family Size Chips, just $1.99 ea. when you buy 3 or more w/ card
- On sale thru Saturday 2/4
- Tyson Any’tizers, Buy One Get One FREE w/ card
- On sale thru Saturday 2/4
- Your favorite sodas & adult beverages are on sale too!
- New Easy Ups provide the dependable leakage protection that Moms expect from Pampers, resulting in fewer leaks both day and night.
- They help a toddler learn how to use underwear – pulling it up and down.
RISTORANTE by DR. OETKER PIZZASItaly’s #1 frozen pizza brand has only been available in the United States for a few years, but already it’s making a big impression on pizza lovers who try it. Ristorante by Dr. Oetker satisfies your busy lifestyle and your sophisticated tastes too! They go to great lengths to find the most delicious and unique ingredients to create premium pizzas because they know that’s what you want and deserve in your pizza. Even more than their commitment to quality, it’s Ristorante’s distinctive combinations of these choice toppings and seasonings that truly set their pizzas apart. Ristorante has delicious and distinctive combinations that are easily prepared and perfectly sized. Once you taste it, you’ll know you’ve chosen the right pizza to make any day or night your perfect pizza [email protected] Come to the Frozen aisle to discover which of the available flavors of Ristorante by Dr. Oetker Pizzas will best compliment your dinner this evening. Buon Appetito! Comment below and tell us what toppings you love to put on your pizza for a chance to win a $200 Price Chopper gift card! The person with the most creative answer will win a Price Chopper gift card PLUS our top-notch bakers will actually make your pizza in our stores for everyone to enjoy for a limited time!! The winning topping combination will be featured on our hot pizzas only, or upon request! Leave your comment below and on our Facebook page by November 16th at 12:00PM to enter! We’re excited to introduce our brand new Bella Roma Corner to Corner™ Pizza available only at Price Chopper! We figured out a way to make our crispy pan pizzas even better. They’re covered with the finest, freshest toppings from corner to corner generously layered on top of our 100% whole milk mozzarella cheese. Our hand stretched pizza dough is made fresh daily from a custom blended flour which we let rise naturally overnight. The pizza sauce is made from vine ripened California tomatoes, hand-picked during the height of the tomato season-yum! Come in and try our New Corner to Corner™ pepperoni pizza, now made with 50% more pepperoni, or choose from many other delicious combinations! With our new Corner to Corner™ pizza you get a mouthful of toppings in every bite. That’s Price Chopper Value! Check out our video to see first-hand how we create our pizzas fresh every day! To enter the contest, please leave a comment about your favorite toppings to put on pizza below and on our Facebook page by 12:00PM on November 16th. The winner will be announced on November 19th! Read official rules here.
What toppings are on your favorite pizza? Did you know that sausage is the #1 pizza topper? We want to see your homemade pizza creations! Send us a picture of your pizza with a short description of your pizza’s toppings for a chance to win an epitourean.com culinary trip for 2 brought to you by Johnsonville Italian Sausage! Email your photos to [email protected] by October 19th for your chance to win, one second prize winner will receive a Big Green Egg Grill Package.Check out epitourean.com for a list of domestic culinary getaways that the grand prize winner will be able to choose from! Airfare will also be included to the culinary getaway of the winner’s choice. Read official contest rules here. Check out the blog below brought to you by Johnsonville Italian Sausage on how to turn pizza making with your kids into a learning experience for all ages!
Turn Your Kitchen Into A Classroom By Making Pizza With Your Kids
By Johnsonville Italian SausageEveryone knows that kids love pizza. And what’s not to love? In addition to the gooey, melty cheese kids can’t resist, pizza provides them the ability to personalize their pie with all sorts of toppings – just the way they like it. Now Johnsonville® and Price Chopper want you to make your kids’ night by making pizza with them at home. Not only will the finished product satisfy their little stomachs (and yours too), the time spent preparing your masterpiece will double as an educational opportunity. The kitchen is a unique setting to teach kids all sorts of things including counting, fractions, measurements, reading, following directions, etc. Depending on the age(s) of your kiddo(s), you’ll have to tailor your lesson accordingly, but here are some ideas about how to use this time to your advantage: 1. Counting and Numbers Help your Pre-K- and Kindergarten-aged kids with counting by asking them to get out the number of plates, napkins and utensils for the number of people in your family. Have them help you add the toppings to your pie and to count how many pieces of sausage and other toppings there are. When the buzzer dings and it’s time to eat, find out how many slices there are to share. For older kids, ask about what fraction of the pizza remains after 2,4 and 6 pieces have been eaten or how many pieces each person will get and what will be left over. Fractions are much easier to “swallow” when they taste good. 🙂 2. Measurements, Multiplication and Shapes Challenge older kids by asking how much certain measurements would be if you doubled the recipe. Or you can even ask things like, “if this recipe serves 4, how can we make it serve 6?” Have the younger ones help by filling up measuring cups to specific amounts. And when the pizza is ready, try cutting half of it into “pie-like” (triangular) slices and the other half into squares so the little ones identify the shapes that they are eating. 3. Conversions It helps every cook (big or small) to know some basic conversions in the kitchen. Pass the time that the pizza is in the oven by teaching your kids about some of the most common fluid measurement conversions. Take a piece of white paper and some markers and have your kids draw a “G” big enough to take up the whole space. In a different color, have them draw large “Q”s inside of the G. Inside each Q, draw 4 “C”s using a color you have not already used, and inside each C, draw 8 “O”s in yet a different color. This will help them to understand that in each gallon, there are four quarts, in each quart there are four cups and in each cup, there are 8 ounces. They can then count the total number of “O”s to find out how many ounces are in a quart or gallon — and now you’ll know that that if a recipe calls for 20 ounces of milk, the half gallon of milk you have won’t cut it. Hang the drawing on the fridge and refer to it each time you are in the kitchen with your kids. (It may come in handy to help you remember, too!) For younger kids, introduce the idea of measurement equivalents by having them figure out how many tablespoons of water will fill up a one cup measuring cup. 4. Heat and Energy Kids know that they shouldn’t touch the stove or the oven or even a piece of pizza right when it’s done because it will burn them, but they should also learn that heat is key when it comes to cooking. Use the time in the kitchen to teach them how heat cooks our food and makes it safe for us to eat. Discuss that water boils at 212ºF and freezes at 32ºF. Have them use a kitchen thermometer to test the internal temperature of the sausage on the pizza when it comes out of the oven — sausage should always reach a temperature of 160ºF. With all of these lessons, your little helpers are sure to be hungry. Enjoy your time with them and your delicious homemade pizza masterpieces!