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I can beat this recipe on the "sad" factor. At least your mom used English muffins...mine used to make it with the lonely, dried-out end pieces of a loaf of white bread. Ketchup and cheese were the same, though. Even now, I shudder at the memories. LOL

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LadyAngel1124 February 20, 2010

oh, Jennibear, we grew up eating these sorry pizzas but loved em. I still make them for my kids, grandkids, and myself. We stayed up late for slumber parties friday nights watching horror movies and eating these pizzas, loaded with ketchup, oregano, pepperoni and whatever cheese was at hand. Thanks for the memories! Gotta give it stars. LOL

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nina22541 October 29, 2012

I accidentally ran onto your recipe when searching for a Big Boy Pizza Recipe (not here, I guess I need to post when I find it.) This brought back funny memories of growing up poor and making do with what we had. Thank you.

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Trish's Dishes April 23, 2010

Definitely won't be trying this but had to give it a star because if I wanted to I could make it in my easy bake oven at full light bulb strength! ;) Funny.

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Mail4Lara January 09, 2010

I see potential here. Super lazy day snack maybe. (Not really). Funny story.

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A Pinch of This ... December 19, 2009

That is hilarious!! I would never even try this recipe for how bad it sounds but the story is hilarious all it's own.

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rysharen December 18, 2009
The Worst English Muffin Pizza - "the Saddest Pizza for One