Happy Happy Pizza! Cute faces. Maybe I've underestimated the English after all.  
Happy Happy Pizza!

smilies eating pizza

Happy & Emo Pizza FacesHappy & Emo Pizza Faces
One happy, one sad. These twin pizzas hail from San Fancisco where they served as models in a photoshoot on children and cooking.

Click here and check it out!
Big Sausage Pizza
This sausage-laden delight from Vancouver, Canada lost critical points for lacking a post-bake photo. Don't let this happen to you!

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Got a smiley pizza? Send your photos and story to The Big Cheese and we'll post it on the site!

Recipe: Warbutons' Brilliant Idea

Brilliant! Warburtons is some kind of really famous English baking brand and they have the brilliant idea on their web site to use their wholemeal bread to make happy face pizza toast (what is it with the British and their pizza toast?)

These sample faces they put together look great... er, I mean brilliant! Their use of fresh basil leaves is excellent. A solid 6/10 for these cute little guys.

Here's their recipe:
  • 1 slice of Warburtons 800g Wholemeal per pizza face
  • Grated cheese
  • Tomato puree or ketchup
  • Suggested toppings - olives, peas, cherry tomatoes, green peppers, fresh basil
Cut one circle of bread from each slice of Great Tasting Wholemeal. Lightly toast the circles then spread a layer of tomato ketchup or puree and grated cheese on top. Let your children make a face from their favourite toppings. Place under the grill until the cheese bubbles, allow to cool and enjoy!

Visit the Warburton's site for more happy ideas. (Their server sucks, so be patient.)

This discovery is courtesy of The Big Cheese

A Quick Slice Long Island, New York is the birthplace of the "pizza bagel", which substitutes bread with a half sliced bagel, but otherwise has normal toppings and ingredients. Traditional New York-style pizza varieties are served at local pizzerias by the slice or full pie. The most popular types include regular (traditional round thin sliced pizza), sicilian (square with a thick crust), marinara (no cheese, just sauce), white pizza (mozzarella and ricotta cheese toppings, no sauce), grandma (typically square with a thinner crust than sicilian and the sauce goes over the cheese).

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