Make quick work of your thin-crust Italian pizza with Kikkerland’s dual-blade pizza cutter, done up in the shape of a European city scooter, with tires made from sharpened stainless steel instead of rubber.
We’ve seen pizza cutters with awesome designs, but this unique utensil is not only eye-catching, it’s also ergonomic. It could also double as knuckles in case a fight breaks out in the kitchen.
The Free Range Human combines two of our favorite foods into one delectable treat, replacing the doughy base of their Ketogenic Pizza with a lattice of greasy bacon. At least it’s gluten-free!
This kit turns everyday pizza into a handheld treat, served in the ever-popular cone form. The set includes everything you need to make your own pizza cones – except dough, toppings and oven.
A ceramic plate shaped especially for everyone’s favorite bready treat. Just slide it under a slice of pizza and then lift it straight to your mouth. It might even be sharp enough to cut pizza.
While That’s Nerdalicious is quick to point out that they’re really muffins, we don’t care – these muffins topped with cheese, and mini pepperonis look tasty no matter what they’re called.
In order to improve driver safety for its delivery drivers, Domino’s Pizza Netherlands added a human-made engine sounds to its electric scooters. Safer? Yes. Annoying? Definitely.
If we ever tried to toss a pizza, we’d end up covered in dough, so that just makes seven year-old Michael Testa’s pizza-tossing talents that much more impressive. (Thanks Derek!)
While most of us can’t afford to have a wood-burning pizza oven in our homes, the KettlePizza is the next best thing, converting an ordinary kettle grill into a smokey outdoor pizza oven.
The pin-up calendar for those who love food more than anything else in the world. 12 pictures of Korea’s Italy’s gift to the world from NYC-based pizzeria L’asso. Yep, it also has a centerfold.
Another quirky sleeping bag to make you the envy at camp. Instead of tomato sauce, the Slice of Pizza Sleeping Bag is lined with smooth satin. Vegetable pillows included. It’s only 3’x5′ though.
The higher-ups at Mr. Pizza Korea Co. do a good job of distancing themselves from the strong accusations made in this mockumentary about the disputed origins of our favorite type of pie.
Make your own pizza like a boss with the Grill-Top PizzaQue Pizza Stone Grill. Works on a barbecue grill or in a kitchen oven. The stainless steel base has a thermometer to eliminate the guesswork.
The ultimate party pack, or the ultimate little kid meal? Either way, the marketing genuises at DiGiorno managed to cram two of the most important food groups into a single package.
We thought surfing for cat videos was a skill. Turns out that in order to list something on your resume, it needs to be a bit more impressive. So here goes… Ninio Coniglio – Pizza Dough Acrobat.
What possessed these dudes to cover a pizza crust with the most delicious repugnant fast food items and then actually eat it remains a mystery; then again, we’re wondering what’s for dinner tonight.
We never thought there might be a way to improve upon the cardboard pizza box, but the guys at e.c.o. have developed the pizza box of the future. We’re not sure it’s really green, but it is cool.
Artist John Riepenhoff says his giant pizza topped with mini pizzas is “meant to address the ontology of the social as material in art.” Yeah, whatever. Get it on the Pizza Hut menu, John.
The ultimate pizza cutter is full of win. The perfect blend of geekiness and utility, the stainless steel Starship Enterprise pizza wheel will get you through your pepperoni and cheese at warp speed.
Deliver Me to Hell is a short film with plenty of blood, gore, guts (and pizza delivery?) Make your way through the interactive video for a chance to win a year worth of pizza (in New Zealand).
This food combination trend is getting out of hand. Someone made a pizza with french fries, chicken nuggets and two whole hamburgers as toppings. All that’s missing is fried Coke.
Available 3/24/10: Kalamazoo Outdoor Gourmet’s Artisan Fire Pizza Oven not only blasts your pie at temperatures as high as 800 degrees, but can cook it as quickly as 2 minutes.
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