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


Mystery Pizza Faces from Asia!Mystery Pizza Faces from Asia!
Who are they? Where did they come from? A messed-up e-mail and the word Pizza Express are the only clues.

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Meat Mouth
This baked ziti in a pizza bowl crust hails from Tucson, Arizona. The chefs got creative with putting the doggie bag together and this was the result!

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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:
Ingredients:
  • 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 Rhode Island's strip pizza, commonly sold in bakeries, consists of thick, chewy dough and is topped with a very thick tomato sauce. It has a minimal amount of cheese and is served cold. It is usually (but not always) wrapped in individual strips (hence the name). This style also is sometimes called "bakery pizza." A similar product is made in bakeries in Italy.


 
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