Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Pappa John's Specialty Pizzas

Papa John's is kicking off football season with 6 new specialty pizza's to bring their total to 14.

They are also now offering a new whole-wheat pizza crust (for a limited time).

"At Papa John's, our specialty is the specialty pizza," said Bill
Van Epps, Papa John's president, USA. "Our company stands behind the
idea that better ingredients make a better pizza, and now we're able
to offer our customers more of our better ingredients in more
delicious, unique combinations."

Each specialty pizza is $12.99.

The specialty pizza's already available are
Works, The Meats, Garden Fresh, BBQ Chicken & Bacon, Hawaiian BBQ
Chicken, Spicy Italian, Spinach Alfredo and Tuscan Six Cheese.

The 6 new ones are:
  • Papa's White Pizza - A delicious blend of Ricotta cheese sauce and garlic Parmesan sauce, topped with Mozzarella cheese and special seasoning create a pure delight.
  • Sicilian Classic - A must-have for hearty appetites, this pizza features a spicy combination of four delicious meats - Italian salami, Italian ham, pepperoni and spicy Italian sausage.
  • Italian Meats Trio - A Robusto-style sauce, spicy Italian sausage, Italian ham, Italian salami, three cheeses and Italian herb seasonings form a pizza reminiscent of the Italian countryside.
  • Spinach Alfredo Chicken Tomato - A rich and creamy blend of spinach and garlic Parmesan Alfredo sauce, grilled all-white chicken and Roma tomatoes on original crust.
  • Smokehouse Bacon & Ham - Loaded with two traditional smokehouse meats - hickory-smoked bacon and ham - and sprinkled with fresh-sliced onions and green peppers to generate a perfect combination for a mouth-watering taste.
  • Chicken Bacon Ranch - Garlic ranch sauce, grilled all-white chicken, bacon, onions and Roma tomatoes combine for a home-style pizza with a twist.
For a limited time, every Papa John's pizza will come in a custom-designed box highlighting the expanded specialty menu.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It's "pizzas", not "pizza's".