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ROCCBOX Portable Pizza Oven

ROCCBOX Portable Pizza Oven

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.

Pizza Beach Blanket

Pizza Beach Blanket

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.

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Making a Pizza

Making a Pizza

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.

Stop-Motion LEGO Pizza

Stop-Motion LEGO Pizza

Stop-motion animator Bebop cooks up a delicious pizza with the help of some unconventional ingredients, including 2×2, 2×3, 2×4, and other studded plastic blocks. The 2-minute film is comprised of roughly 3,300 photos, and an unknown quantity of LEGO bricks.

Scizza Pizza Scissors

Scizza Pizza Scissors

Slice pizza on any surface with Dreamfarm’s specialized scissors. They have a built-in heat-resistant nylon base that provides a stable cutting surface, and their stainless steel blades cut cleanly through all kinds of pizza and toppings.

Pizza Playing Cards

Pizza Playing Cards

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.

Making a Mini Pizza Oven

Making a Mini Pizza Oven

Hungry for just a little pizza? Tysy Tube Constructions might be able to help. Watch as they build a teeny tiny oven using miniature real bricks, and is capable of cooking actual pizzas. This is so much cooler than an Easy-Bake Oven.

Wu-Tang Pizza Blade

Wu-Tang Pizza Blade

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.

Making Gourmet Hot Pockets

Making Gourmet Hot Pockets

“It’s reverse pizza.” Bon Appétit chef Claire Saffitz takes a moment away from the sweet stuff to replicate another junk food staple – the quick, easy, and mouth- and finger-burny treat known as Hot Pockets. Shockingly, she never ate one prior to now.

Pizza Wheelie Pizza Cutter

Pizza Wheelie Pizza Cutter

Shift your slicing skills into high gear with this clever dual-wheel pizza cutter that looks like a miniature road bike. Both wheels are made from durable stainless steel, and the double cut ensures you get all the way through the crust on the first pass.

Making a Wooden Pizza

Making a Wooden Pizza

While we prefer pizzas that we can actually eat, we still enjoyed watching woodworker Kyle Toth as he created a pizza that only a termite or carpenter ant could enjoy. The pepperoni is made from bloodwood, the cheese is yellowheart, and the crust is hickory.

Ooni Koda Pizza Oven

Ooni Koda Pizza Oven

Ooni’s compact, foldable gas-powered pizza oven quickly hits temperatures over 932°F, so it can bake up perfectly thin and crispy Neapolitan-style pizzas in just one minute. It can also be used to quickly roast meats and veggies, thanks to its adjustable temperature.

Making Eric Andre’s Pizza Ball

Making Eric Andre’s Pizza Ball

Binging with Babish gives the people what they want, and delivers a pizza ball from The Eric Andre Show. It’s straightforward enough – mash pizzas together – so Andrew tried to make his gourmet version of a pizza ball… with mixed results.

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Making a Giant Gummy Pizza

Making a Giant Gummy Pizza

Novelty shop Vat19 is known for some truly crazy gummy candy creations. Recently, they enlisted the help of gummy bear expert, Derek, to make what is almost certainly the world’s largest gummy pizza. It’s not for sale, but you can buy a slice or a mini pizza.

Pizza Socks

Pizza Socks

Meg Cyprian makes these whimsical and colorful pizza-inspired socks. In keeping with the theme, a set of four pairs is arranged to look like a whole pie in a pizza box. There are a variety of “flavors” to choose from as well as single pairs.

Breville Smart Oven Pizzaiolo

Breville Smart Oven Pizzaiolo

Breville says its compact Smart Oven Pizzaiolo can make pizzas just as well as a massive wood-fired oven. It can reach up to 750ºF and diverts the heat to the parts that need it the most. It lets you make up to 12″ pizzas and has settings for a variety of pizza styles.

Boston Pizza Bed Tray Pizza Box

Boston Pizza Bed Tray Pizza Box

Boston Pizza is changing the pizza delivery game with its invention. It came up with a pizza box that lays flat and has two legs that pop out and lock in place, so you can head straight to bed with your pizza. They recently offered a limited run, but hopefully they will make more.

Pizza Oven Car

Pizza Oven Car

Artist Benedetto Bufalino transformed a Ford Mondeo station wagon into a fully-functional wood-burning pizza oven. The interior features a brick cooking surface, making quick and crispy traditional Italian pizzas. We’re assuming he removed the gas tank too.

Pizzas in Space

Pizzas in Space

The crew of Expedition 53 on the International Space Station couldn’t order delivery, so they decided to make some pizzas for themselves. We assumed all of toppings would just float off in the microgravity environment, but with enough sauce, they seem to stick pretty well.

How to Make Stuffed Pizza Skulls

How to Make Stuffed Pizza Skulls

One of Hungry Happenings‘ Halloween hits. The stuffed pizza skull is easy to make and needs only a handful of ingredients. Once you get the hang of it, you can try different molds, sizes and stuffing. Check out the complete recipe and instructions here.

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Forno Ciao Pizza Oven

Forno Ciao Pizza Oven

An elegant way to cook amazing restaurant-quality pizzas, Alfa Pizza’s wood-burning oven on wheels is the perfect addition to your deck or patio. Made in Italy, a place that knows a thing or two about good pizza crust. Available in yellow, green, or red. More sizes here.

Forging a Pizza

Forging a Pizza

Essential Craftsman decided to see if he could use his blacksmithing forge to cook a pizza. He let it “cool” to about 800ºF before sliding the pizza in, baking it perfectly in 95 seconds. We wonder if he could do it in less time at full heat, or if it would just burn it immediately.

New York Slice

New York Slice

“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.

Turntable Pizza Wheel

Turntable Pizza Wheel

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.

Alton Brown’s Mega Bake

Alton Brown’s Mega Bake

Inspired by the classic Kenner Easy-Bake Oven, chef and mad scientist Alton Brown decided to use the same idea of cooking with light bulbs to create an oversize version of the kids’ toy to cook an entire pizza in less than 5 minutes.

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