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Frozen pizza box in side-by-side fridge

Posted by elofgren (My Page) on
Sat, May 11, 13 at 19:41

Welcome future google-ers.

I searched and searched to find this answer, and didn't, and I didn't have a frozen pizza box in my house to measure. Well, I bought a side-by-side fridge, and a frozen pizza (or three) so I can answer the burning question on everyone's mind.

Yes, a frozen pizza fits in a (or at least my) 36" side-by-side fridge.
And, a DiGiorno pizza box is exactly 12" square.

So now it's on the internet forever, and those that come behind us will have more information than I did.

(I have a Whirlpool GSC25C6EYY.)

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Frozen pizza box in side-by-side fridge

Unfortunately they fit it our built in SxS 48 built in Jenn-air Fridge, Yep, in the freezer, told wife not to buy them, but she still does, but she gets to eats them, Not me!!!


RE: Frozen pizza box in side-by-side fridge

Mmm I say the only thing better than a Tombstone pizza, slightly undercooked so that the cheese hasn't fully melted together, is that same pizza, reheated slightly in the toaster oven the next day.

But that's just me. I hope.

RE: Frozen pizza box in side-by-side fridge

But does a 12 pack of soda/beer fit in the refridge side straight in? :-)

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