“Pizza was scrap.” Munchies’ The Pizza Show goes on a pizza tour of New York City – widely believed to be the first city in the United States to offer the delicious dish. Wipe the drool off your face and remember these legendary pizzerias.
Delivery pizza stays crispy longer when you slice it at home, so next time you order, get it uncut, and slice up your pepperoni and mushroom with this fun pizza wheel that looks like a turntable and a vinyl record on its platter.
Phaidon’s ultimate reference manual for pizzaphiles catalogs more than 1,700 great places around the globe to grab a slice or a whole pie. This 576-page book is sure to be covered with grease and tomato sauce by those who use it regularly.
Going to the beach and eating pepperoni pizza are two of our favorite things, so this beach blanket makes perfect sense to us. While you can’t actually eat this pizza, you can still see if you can get a pizza delivered to you while you lie on it on the beach. Measures ~5ft in dia.
An easy to use, affordable and portable alternative to conventional wood-fired ovens. Within 10 minutes, the Uuni 2S heats up to 900ºF – enough to bake pizza in 90 seconds. It’s fueled with wood pellets and comes with a stone baking board that distributes heat evenly.
Clerks meets cats in Pizza Hut Japan’s latest ad campaign. A series of bite-sized commercials show what a Pizza Hut store would be like if it was run by cats. Actually “run” is too optimistic a term for what plays out.
(NSFW: Language) We’ve encountered lazy pizza delivery drivers who don’t bother to come right to our door, but this guy takes it to a whole new level. In fact, he takes it to the third floor without coming up the stairs.
Solving yet another major first-world problem, ThinkGeek ensures you’ll get perfectly straight slices thanks to its military grade laser-guided pizza wheel. Also works as a flashlight for those times when you must cut pizza in the dark.
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