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    Hoosier Bob
    Tue Sep 08, 2009 10:04 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Holy crap. You should just fly her home, Dad.
    Wed Sep 09, 2009 2:49 pm Groupie
    Chef Mike in Indy wrote:
    I have to agree with you about the Blu cheese dressing. I absolutely love the stuff, and I have never found any thing else that compares with it. Unfortunately the Pizza Kings in Alexandria and Elwood In. are not franchises and they do not have the dressings homemade like the others. Imagine my surprise the first time I ordered a large chef salad and waited for the delivery, when I opened the sack, mouth watering, only to find a packet of Newman's Own Dressing. Heartbreak, instant Heartbreak. icon_sad.gif By the way, it costs $82.35 to ship a large Pizza King Pepperoni Pizza to Rancho Santa Fe, CA. I know, because whenever my oldest daughter cannot live another day without one, she calls and starts begging, and I just can't stand to hear a grown woman beg.

    What we won't do for our kiddos, grown or not! icon_lol.gif
    Thu Sep 10, 2009 3:27 am Groupie
    I'm from Lafayette Indiana.........was in HS when Wendy Swartz opened the first Pizza King in a shopping center (a small corner room with carry-out pizza.)
    Later he franchised and Arnie's opened there and enlarged the restaurant.....with entertainment and an expanded menu. It was THE best pizza and food in town....and still has a "full house" every day. My DH and I go there almost everyday when we get back home......(we now live in AZ) and have been known to bring frozen pizzas home on the plane with us.
    Many of the franchises didn't stay true to the original, but Arnie's did, and they are wonderful.
    They serve a California Blend Cream soup that I love, but haven't been able to duplicate that either.
    I have heard that they cook their pepperoni twice (to eliminate a lot of the grease) but really don't have any inside info as to whether that is true or not.
    Anyway...........Love Pizza King.........and it will always be our favorite.
    Thu Sep 10, 2009 7:52 pm
    Forum Host
    Chef Mike in Indy wrote:
    that is not my email address

    No, I think Chef #794696 posted that information.
    Tue Sep 06, 2011 5:10 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    The secret is in the dough not the other ingredients. Because I have worked there in the past and can make all but the dough. It is the way they let it rise for hours in a heated cupboard. I use to be a fan of Pizza King but the last few times it was not worth the price of the pizza to me. It is gotten way to spicy something has changed not sure if it is the sauce or the meat. So, the only thing I like now is the breadsticks and I can make them at home. Fleishmans Bread World has a close copy Good luck what we do for our kids and our belly's...LOL
    Chef #794696
    Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:41 am
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    would love to have your arni recipes!!!

    Thu Sep 08, 2011 11:45 am Groupie
    As already previously mentioned, posting your private email address in a public forum is not a great idea, as it can be easily harvested by spam bots. When a new reply is posted in a forum you are watching an email ia sentr to you by, so it's not necessary. You can edit your email out or alter it so spam bots won't recognize it.
    Mon Nov 26, 2012 4:08 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Any chance anyone could post what they know about the recipe? I understand it's ground pepperoni, cheese, some kind of pizza/spaghetti/marinara sauce? Any ideas would be helpful. We don't have a Pizza King here and I am craving a mild stromboli!!
    Tue Nov 27, 2012 7:44 am
    Forum Host
    AuntieAm97 wrote:
    Any chance anyone could post what they know about the recipe? I understand it's ground pepperoni, cheese, some kind of pizza/spaghetti/marinara sauce? Any ideas would be helpful. We don't have a Pizza King here and I am craving a mild stromboli!!

    This thread goes back to over a year ago. I am not at all familiar with Pizza King. Here is one I found posted that uses pepperoni.

    Pepperoni Stromboli
    Tue Nov 27, 2012 10:55 pm Groupie
    One of the best Stromboli that I've ever had is from Tony Di Maggios Pizza in San Jose, CA.

    Here's a link to a copycat Stromboli recipe:
    pinky kookie
    Wed Nov 28, 2012 3:56 pm Groupie

    This is an old post but AuntieAm97 is still interested in this recipe, so I found all these similar recipes for Stromboli with chopped pepperoni and pizza sauce for you to check them out:

    According with their Website and menu in Lafayette, IN, the Stromboli is listed in the Boxcar Sandwiches:

    221 Farabee Drive, Lafayette, IN 47901
    (765) 447-2172 | (765) 447-5491

    Zesty Sausage, Cheese, Onions, & Tomato Sauce.

    And here are these similar recipes posted:

    By Karen=^..^= Added November 05, 2006 - 17 reviews -

    By katie in the UP - Added March 22, 2005 - 8 reviews -

    By Rach2 - Added October 27, 2006 - 5 reviews -

    By CIndytc - Added January 06, 2009 -

    By Brandess - 1 review -
    (Served with cold Ranch dressing and a warm Contadina brand pizza sauce).
    Chef #1800126526
    Tue Oct 15, 2013 10:52 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I worked on this sandwich for a while. They actually get their sausage from GFS. They add Fennel and crushed rosemary to it. The tomato sauce is supposed to be right out of the can, but i use some paste and add a little of the spices to it. I use my pizza crust formula for the bread. I'm still working on the bread, but the other is dead on. everyone should know the assembly and cooking methods. If anyone wants more info, feel free to ask!
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