We Ship!

We can easily ship pizzas to you if you live in the following states:

MO, AL, AR, CO, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MI, MN, MS, ND, OH, OK, NE, SC, SD, TN, WI, and WV.

We can ship to other states, it’s just a bit trickier.  Call us at 573-447-2622 and we’ll work it out.

There’s two parts: the Package, and the Shipping…


The package is three (3) Twelve-Inch Pies: choose pepperoni, Italian sausage, vegetarian or double cheese. The three pies don’t have to have the same. The package also includes the requisite dry ice, a cooler box for shipping, and instructions.


We ship them UPS. It normally takes anywhere from 1-3 days to ship. The shipping costs include: the Transportation Fee, the Fuel Surcharge Fee, Residential Surcharge Fee, the Paper Fee, the Phone Operator Fee, and the Wheel Changer Man Fee. I think you get it. The prices keep going up, but we only charge what they charge. Call or e-mail with your exact destination (name, address, city, state, zip, phone) for shipping pricing. To give you an idea what costs have been in August/September 2011: Wheaton, IL $10.22, Lenexa, KS $11.76, Homewood, AL $22.47, Metairie, LA $27.87, Oxford, MS $21.90, Austin, TX $27.87.

One last thing:

It’s all-the-way important that you put the pies in your freezer at your end when you receive them. If UPS drops them off and you let them sit for two days on your porch or in the mail room or whatever, and you live in Atlanta and it’s summer, then they’ll thaw and you’ll have a plant biology project when you open the box. If you are ordering pies as a gift for someone, make sure that they know to put the pies in a freezer when they get them.

Sorry to make such a production out of it, but while it seems simple, it ain’t. Further questions can answered by the Head Frozen Master at We even have a phone line just for mail-order frozen pizza questions:(573) 447-2622.

Order pizzas online.

How do I cook my frozen pizza?

How it happened:

We bribed the managers of the frozen foods departments of a couple of grocers with pizzas, Frescas, and a few other things we won’t mention. We got our stuff onto the shelves, and now you can buy it. Years ago, we got all of our smartest tie dye T-shirt wearing folks together in the back room and figured out how to make a frozen version of our pies. We tried everything. In the end, we came up with a pretty darn good frozen pizza.

The first ones were sold at the Pierpont Store in beautiful downtown Pierpont, MO, just south of Columbia, about 8 or 13 years ago. They still sell the stink out of them there. We’re not going to feed you a line about how our frozen pizzas are exactly as good as the ones that come out of the ovens on Ninth Street. You are waaaaay too smart for that. We will tell you that, honestly, lots of our customers really like them.

USDA-Approved Flavors:

  • Pepperoni Pizzas
  • Italian Sausage Pizzas
  • Vegetarian Pizzas (red onions, mushrooms, black olives and green peppers)
  • And of course the Extra Cheese Pizzas: fave of the 8-9 year old set, and the place to start if you want to add your own toppings.
  • (If you want something other than these, go to one of our restaurants and order a Take-and-Bake.)

Locations can be found all across Mid-Missouri, St. Louis and Kansas City. Check out this Map for a location near you.  

If it’s not in your favorite grocer, ask for it!