This Wu-Tang pizza ain’t nothin’ to f*** wit. I’d love to get just one slice of it. It’s got to be one of the best and well executed pizza homages I’ve seen. I couldn’t get exact information on where this was made but if anyone has more intell be sure to drop it in the comments. If this has made you hungry you can check out some other delicious pies here and if this has made you nostalgic for some good old Shaolin-style beats head over here.
Hello to my dreams. How come I never thought of this? These are a few of my favorite things smashed together. The good folks at Kellogg’s have put up a recipe so you and I can make them for ourselves. I know what I’m going to be having as an afternoon snack.
Supposedly the worlds first “High Fashion. Slow Motion. Food Fight” brought to you by the good folks Bill Bowles & Tyler MacNiven from Cordarounds. As they suggest do not watch on a full stomach….unless you enjoy raw eggs, baked beans, banana cream pies or turkey gravy seen smashed against the face. I can’t decide whether or not this is extremely funny or extremely gross.
Maybe Dr. Seuss’ Sam I Am would want some green bacon instead of the green eggs and ham. I think even I would fancy a bit of this tasty rainbow. Check out how they did this and see the cooked bacon over at Bacon Today.
If you’re looking for a new combination of flavors, look no further than Japan’s Pizza Hut Mini Dog pizza. The pictured pizza not only comes with little sausages on the outer crust but is half “BBQ Chicken Mayonnaise” and half “Potato Mayonnaise Gratin”. This specialty will run you 2,150 yen (about $23) for a medium size.
The BBQ Chicken Mayonnaise side was described as tasting “like yakitori rather than BBQ, and mayonnaise was kind of killing the whole flavour” and the other half as “basically potato salad served warm with bacon.” You can head over to their website to see some great advertisements for the new pizzas.
If you’re a 12-year old kid there is nothing better then being allowed to eat dessert and candy for breakfast…not that you ever really got that opportunity. At least with Cookie Crisp and Reese’s Puffs you felt like you were. In all honestly they’re probably a better morning meal than a Poptart or Toaster Strudel. As far as the parents that feed this to their children…I’m not quite so sure how they get away with that but I wouldn’t mind being their spawn. These are some throwback commercials for your Saturday morning.
And if the sugar rush isn’t quite doing it for you maybe whatever the folks behind this 1969 IHOP commercial were taking might get you through the day.
Disc jockey Zuko from The Rock 106.9 WCCC in Hartford, CT took on Doogie’s “Whacky Burger” at their Newington restaurant this past Friday. The burger is made of nine 1/3-pound patties, three types of cheese, two rolls and a full pound of toppings, including French fries. I would love to give this beast a shot…I think I could defeat it. It’s much more appetizing than trying to down 100 slices of sliced processed cheese in under 10 minutes.