What is the Best Pizza Chain?

first_img Why did Cici’s Pizza leave Apopka? I miss the pizza buffet, even with the kid’s birthday parties, and sports teams, and church people in mass. There were so many pizzas to choose from, and the salad, soup, and apple dessert and cinnamon buns. I liked the spinach pizza and the bar-b-q pizza. Cici’s Pizza in Eustis closed, and the one in Longwood on 434. The only one that I know that is still open is Orange City. Bummer…….and I don’t get over to that area too often. Here’s the list in its entirety.9. Pizza Hut — Traditional Crust8. Dominos — Traditional Crust7. Unos — Traditional Crust6. Papa John’s — Traditional Crust5. Little Caesar’s — Traditional Crust4. Costco’s Food Court Pizza — Traditional Crust3. Domino’s Pizza — Brooklyn Style2. Round Table — Traditional Crust1. Jets — Four CornersLearn more about the ranking here. You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Reply Mama Mia LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply 2 COMMENTS Please enter your comment! Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom March 27, 2017 at 4:44 am TAGSPizza Previous articleCameo nightclub shooting updateNext articleApopka’s Joel Berry II heading to Final Four for second straight season Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Yes, Jet’s Pizza is my favorite. I also like the pizza places within the Hess gas stations and that is Godfather’s Pizza. Now if Apopka could only get another Jets Pizza in addition to the one at Hunt Club, and a Hess station with a Godfather’s Pizza inside, there would be some happy people in town……well, at least some happy people. Wish I could have some Jets Pizza right now, at 4:44 am, as my stomach keeps growling loudly, and is keeping me awake, and this early spring head cold and sore throat I have caught is making me feel terrible. I probably couldn’t even taste the pizza anyways if I had it. Reply A surprise winner tops the listFrom New York thin crust to Chicago deep dish, pizza is one of America’s favorite foods with 3 billion pizzas sold every year in the U.S. This delicious, fast and often inexpensive food as become a go-to meal for most people when they’re in a rush, serving food for a lot of people or simply trying to get the entire family together for dinner. With all its varieties, pizza has limitless possibilities and there’s probably a pizza out there for anyone.The writers and editors at Uproxx wanted to rank the best pizza chains (a hard task, no doubt).“While we all love pizza, what we love about it isn’t standard everywhere. Which may explain how our preferences are wildly different and how the insistence on the ‘best’ chain pizza varies from person to person. It often depends on where you grew up, writes Uproxx.com.With that said, they went to work on deciding what pizza chain serves the best slice. To note: they only considered brands with 20 or more locations in seven or more states.Popular pizza names like Pizza Hut, Papa John’s and Dominos made the list, the #1 pizza chain (in their opinion) is Jet’s Four Corner Pizza.“After picking it up, I found that the pizza (I’d ordered the ‘Four Corners’) was dense with flavor. The crust was thick with the perfect amount of crunch, the toppings were fresh, and the cheese blanketed the entire concoction, caramelized around the edge…… it was a delightfully indulgent pizza, and with all the options of crust, sauce, toppings, and even how long they bake it, its limitless combinations makes Jet’s the pizza place that keeps on giving.” UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 March 27, 2017 at 11:45 pm Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Mama Mia Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Please enter your name here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.last_img read more

Mayor Sheahan’s knockout year as Limerick’s first citizen

first_imgNewsLocal NewsMayor Sheahan’s knockout year as Limerick’s first citizenBy Alan Jacques – June 25, 2015 1001 TAGSandy leeCllr Kevin SheahanFianna FáillimerickLimerick City and County CouncilMayor of Limerick Previous articleCamogie – “This would be one of the biggest upsets in Camogie history”Next articleChoirs at the Castle open Limerick Sings Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Mayor Kevin Sheahanby Alan [email protected] up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Mayor Kevin SheahanWHILE the more unforgiving among us may remember the first Mayor of the new local authority for taking up a disabled parking space outside County Hall, the man himself cites Andy Lee’s homecoming as WBO middleweight world champion last December among his many highlights.Reflecting on his year as first citizen, Cllr Kevin Sheahan said he was deeply honoured to become Mayor of Limerick City and County Council on June 6 last year. He told the Limerick Post this week that he was acutely aware at the beginning of his term that “you are only ever borrowing the chain of office”, so he wore it with immense pride and honour throughout his tenure.The Fianna Fail politician from Askeaton said that the most important event he attended over the 12 months was the granting of the Freedom of Limerick to President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins.“He and his wife, Sabina, were most appreciative of the honour and everyone who attended the event in the Milk Market and indeed, those who weren’t present, were most generous with their compliments about the recognition granted to the President from his birthplace,” said Cllr Sheahan.The councillor counted Andy Lee’s knockout homecoming ceremony after returning from Las Vegas last Christmas with the WBO middleweight champion belt as one of the most memorable of his mayoralty.“He was given a rapturous reception by his home city on his return from Las Vegas. I also very much enjoyed meeting the many young successful athletes who visited me at the Council buildings in both Merchant’s Quay and Dooradoyle.”Of the many civic receptions held by Cllr Sheahan one of the most fitting was one to honour the Garda Síochána in acknowledgement of their success in tackling crime in Limerick.“Their efforts have contributed to Limerick now gaining the reputation that it so rightly deserves as a progressive and energetic city and not the unfair epithet that it had in the past been tarnished with. I was delighted to host a special reception for retiring Detective Superintendent Jim Browne who for many years led Limerick’s fight against crime,” Mayor Sheahan explained.The Mayor also recently held a civic reception for the Religious Orders and Congregations in the Diocese of Limerick in recognition of their unselfish contribution to health, education and social services in our communities.Cllr Sheahan made five overseas trips during his year as Mayor. He visited London to meet with staff of the Aisling Project, who he subsequently was able to support through funds raised at the Mayor’s Ball. His second trip was to Santa Clara to attend an international conference of Sister Cities.The Mayor then took a trip to Germany where Limerick County Council had in previous years a very successful twinning relationship with Hohenlohe. His fourth trip was a controversial visit to Calais in France to consider possible partnerships around the area of lace production.Deputy mayor and party colleague Cllr Joe Crowley believed he was more deserving of the trip. Earlier this month he commented, “As I am coming towards the end of my term as deputy mayor, it would be nice to have had some trip away.”Before parking his year as mayor, Cllr Sheahan also visited Boston where he met with the Irish American Mayor Marty Walsh and his team.A new Mayor of Limerick City and County will be elected this Friday afternoon. Advertisement Email Linkedin Print Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories center_img Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live WhatsApp Facebook Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed livelast_img read more

Goat Meeting.

first_imgAnyone raising or interested in raising meat goats will find good information at theMiddle Georgia Goat Producers meeting Aug. 5 in Montezuma.Goats produce more income than more recognizable Georgia farm products, including oats,grapes and strawberries, according to the University of Georgia Extension Service.But the fledgling meat-goat industry is just getting organized. The new MGGP group istrying to help the business, which mainly attracts people with small farms.Morning Meeting in MontezumaThe Montezuma meeting will be at the Ladies Clubhouse across the tracks from RailroadStreet. It will begin at 9 a.m. and end by noon.To learn more about it, call Joe Oaks at (912) 472-7847 during the day or Bill Haas at(912) 987-1789 after 7 p.m.last_img

This restored Queenslander has hit the market

first_img45 Chermside St, Teneriffe, is a striking blend of old and new elements.A RESTORED Queenslander in one of the state’s hottest inner city suburbs has hit the market fusing old world charm with modern style.The four bedroom, three bathroom home at 45 Chermside Street in inner city Teneriffe has a striking facade, blending a weatherboard design with elements such as timber and leadlight windows,Set across two levels on a 450 sqm block the home includes soaring voids so coveted by city buyers. The home makes good use of glass expanses to add light throughout.Raised and restored, the upper level of the house retains its character charm with VJ walls, timber flooring and decorative breezeways and banks of louvre windows that let in cooling breezes and natural light.A central family room looks to the main living hub below via one of two voided ceiling spaces, with the level also including a library with leafy backyard views, a study with plantation shutters and street views and three bedrooms. Looking back into the home from the backyard.Two of these bedrooms have built-in wardrobes and are serviced by a family with a shower and freestanding tub, while to the front of the floor the main bedroom has both built-in and walk-in wardrobes along with an ensuite with twin vanities and a rainwater head shower.Other features of the residence include zoned and ducted airconditioning, a shed and two open car spaces. Agent Vaughan Keenan of Grace & Keenan has the property set to go to auction at 3pm on July 14. Two-tier outdoor living space.French oak timber flooring flows from the front door to a contemporary open-plan living and dining area, further accentuated by high ceilings, hanging lights and timber and glass sliding doors to a rear patio. Spacious and surrounded by sandstone and timber walling, this outdoor retreat then steps up to an established back yard, with another set of steps then ascending to a gate offering dual access to Waverley St.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus18 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market18 hours ago Open plan living with modern features.Bordering the living and dining area and also opening to the patio is a kitchen with stone bench tops, an island bench with breakfast bar, timber cabinetry, dual Miele ovens, a steam oven, microwave and gas cook top, along with concealed power points and an integrated dishwasher.Completing the lower level of the house is a bedroom with built-in wardrobes and access to a private courtyard, along with a bathroom, double garage and laundry, which has a laundry chute.last_img read more