While you could just order in, some of us enjoy homemade pizza. Why make your pizza by hand, when you can have a machine make it for you? IDEAS EN 5 AÑOS built this over-engineered Rube Goldberg machine that evenly distributees the sauce, cheese, and toppings onto spinning pizza dough. Too bad it can’t cook it too.
Nathan Myhrvold and his team expand their fantastic Modernist Cuisine series with a 3-volume encyclopedia all about pizza. The books break down the history of pizza, ingredients and techniques, and include more than 1000 recipes and 3700 photos of creative and delicious pizzas inspired by pizzerias around the globe.
Rube Goldberg machine creator Joseph’s Machines came up with the best way to make pizza ever. The clever invention uses a model railroad engine to spin the pizza, while various other mechanisms layer on the ingredients. Now he just needs to figure out a way to move it into the oven.
Would you love to make super crisp, fresh-baked pizza at home? The Firepod is a compact propane pizza oven that can cook pizzas on its efficient hot stone surface. In addition it doubles as a hot rock cook set, or upgraded with a BBQ griddle. Special price through 6.1.2021 in The Awesomer Shop.
A normal compass uses the Earth’s magnetism to point North. But wouldn’t it be useful if compasses could point to more specific things? WIRED challenged maker Joe Grand to build a compass that sniffs out places that serve pizza and points its user in the right direction for a pepperoni fix no matter where they are.
Follow your nose to Des Moines, Iowa’s Fong’s Pizza for a truly unusual breakfast food, a pizza that’s been covered with Froot Loops. Instead of milk, the colorful cereal Os sits in a bath of sour cream, cream cheese, mozzarella cheese, with a drizzle of Greek yogurt and condensed milk. Lactaid sold separately.
Binging with Babish celebrates five years of pop culture cooking videos with a delicious take on the Pizza in a Cup from Steve Martin’s The Jerk. Both the Instagram-worthy mug version and the sandwich version are easy to replicate, and you can grab the recipes here.
LEGO builder The Brick Wall has created machines that can make tasty tapas, veggie cars, and even cook breakfast. His latest creation can assemble a pizza, from smoothly applying tomato sauce, to sprinkling cheese and toppings evenly across its surface. Now he just needs to make a LEGO brick oven to cook it in.
Cook a perfect restaurant-quality pizza on your deck with this high-heat steel oven. It cooks with the power of wood pellets and can hit temperatures as high as 900ºF, firing delicious pizzas and searing meats in minutes. Save an additional $27 with code PIZZA27 for a limited time.
Kyoto, Japan artist Ipnot creates some of the most impressive embroideries we’ve ever laid eyes on, sewing intricate images of food items. Among his designs is a photorealistic slice of pizza that looks like it has melted cheese made out of threads. Check out more of his incredible creations on Instagram.
A while back, Bebop made a stop-motion animation of a pizza made of LEGO bricks. But what’s better than a LEGO pizza? An extra large LEGO pizza like the one in this delicious looking follow-up video. We’re just looking forward to all of the cold plastic leftovers tomorrow.
Camp Chef’s tabletop propane pizza oven sets up quickly and easily outdoors, and fires up beautifully crisp pizzas in minutes. It has a smooth ceramic pizza stone and double-walled ceiling for distributing heat, and can hit temperatures up to 700º. Its cooking surface measures 13.25″ x 20″ and can also be used to roast meats.
If there’s one thing lots of people are eating these days, it’s microwave meals. Sitting near the top of the nukable lunch heap are Hot Pockets. HellthyJunkFood thinks the standard portion size isn’t big enough, so they decided jumbo-size their own homemade Hot Pockets. Now with 2.5x more mouth burns!
This compact fire and stone pizza oven sets up quickly on your deck or patio, and cooks up perfectly crisp pizzas in as little as 60 seconds. It can reach temperatures over 932ºF, and works with either gas or wood as a fuel source. Its insulation and silicone skin make its exterior safer than other ovens too. Available in green or grey.
Going to the beach and eating pepperoni pizza are two of our favorite things, so this microfiber beach blanket makes perfect sense to us. While you can’t actually eat this 5-foot diameter pepperoni pie, you can always use your phone to have a pizza delivered while you sunbathe on it.
Now that Buttered Side Down has figured out how to perform magic and play the violin, he’s worked up quite the appetite. To satisfy his hunger, he set about making a pizza in the only way he knows how – with a GoPro strapped to his head. We’ll have to try that pepperoni trick sometime.
Next time you get together for a game of poker with your pals, serve them up some pizza too. You won’t even have to call Pizza Hut, because this pizza comes in playing card form. GamaGo’s delicious-looking cards only come in pepperoni, so if you want ham and pineapple, you’re out of luck. Also available: donut playing cards.
Graz Makes realized he didn’t have a good pizza cutter, so he created one inspired by one of his favorite groups, The Wu-Tang Clan. He stole an old table saw blade from Jimmy DiResta, and fashioned it it to look like the rap group’s iconic “W” logo. The finished tool ain’t nuthing ta f’ wit. Full build instructions on Instructables.