Happy Happy Pizza! (sigh) When will the English learn how to put some cheese on a crust?! Is it so tough?  
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Pizza #6: Sammy's PizzaPizza #6: Sammy's Pizza
Samerah, Ria and Randa from this Calgary, Alberta pizza restaurant made the prettiest donair pizza you've ever seen.

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Where's the Cheese?
Another pizza from Brisbane, this one from "jane.b" who for some reason caused a chain-reaction of fantastic pizzas from Australia.

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The British Still Totally Suck at Making Pizza

The British just can't make a pizza at all. These hideous aborted crusts covered in burned mozzarella are from the BBC of all places. They have a web site dedicated to creating nasty, inedible food for a Hallowe'en party.

Highlights from the page include gems like:
  • "If a werewolf's innards aren't your bag why not have a go at our perfectly petrifying pizzas!"
  • "More horrible Halloween recipes"
  • "… and if you're feeling lazy you can always nip to the supermarket and buy a pizza base rather than making it from scratch!"
I'll lay down a verdict: 5/10. See, the concept is sound and they do seem to have a decent dough recipe on their site. In the right hands, this jack 'o lantern and bats could have looked really great. However, these guys blew it: they burned the freakin' cheese and that's an unforgivable faux pas in the highly competitive world of smiley pizza making.

Considering the previous effort from across the pond, I'd say this is a definite step up. Score one for the English! Huzzah! (or whatever)

Click here to learn how make a burnt-up ugly pizza that a hungry dog wouldn't eat.

This find is courtesy of The Big Cheese






A Quick Slice In Ghana, pizza is widely available and is served at many restaurants.


 
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