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Pizza #9: Lil' SantaPizza #9: Lil' Santa
Don't you wish it could be Christmas all year? Well you will once you see this cute little Santa Clause pizza.

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Australian Triple Play
The Saunderses are truly dedicated happy pizza craftsmen.. submitting no fewer than three amazing pizzas including "Mr. Splatface" pictured here.

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Smiling Pizza in the Strangest Places

so simple, so happy A little whimsy, a little imagination, and a handful of simple ingredients can turn a boring slice of white toast into a happy little piece of cheesy, tomato-ey goodness. Like check this little guy out: pizza toast done the old-school way with just a bit of sauce and cheese on a slice of bread. But then our anonymous creator went that extra mile and added sliced tomato, pepper, mushroom and olives to style a happy face on our cheesy slice. 4/10 for making such a great, original face. However, I had to dock a few points because this, after all, isn't a full-blown pizza but merely pizza toast.

What's weird is that this picture was found on a community housing web site from the UK, on a page outlining the organization's charter. If living in a community housing project means I get happy food like this served to me on a daily basis then sign me up!

Strange context, cute pizza!

This discovery is courtesy of The Big Cheese






A Quick Slice New York-style pizza is a style originally developed in New York City, where pizza is often sold in oversized, thin and flexible slices. It is traditionally hand-tossed and light on sauce, essentially amounting to a much larger version of the Neapolitan style. The slices are sometimes eaten folded in half, as its size and flexibility may otherwise make it unwieldy to eat by hand. This style of pizza tends to dominate the Northeastern states and is very similar to the basic style common through the United States and known simply as pizza. Many pizza establishments in the New York metropolitan area offer two varieties of pizza: "Neapolitan", or "round", made with a relatively thin, circular crust and served in wedge-shaped slices, and "Sicilian", or "square", made with a thicker, rectangular crust and served in large, rectangular slices.


 
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