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The Big Cheese gives a few step-by-step instructions on how to make a snowman-shaped pizza. Try it yourself!

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Jane's Comeback
After a less-than-stellar debut effort, pizza superstar "jane.b" made a comeback with this excellent looking (and healthy) fellow.

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Mikes Restaurant Caters to Sophisticated Tastes

The spaghetti afro is da bomb!
Mikes started out as a sub sandwich rstaurant back in 1967 and is now a restaurant chain with over a hundred locations in the USA and Canada. And if you happen to have one of these restaurants in your area, we recommend you give them a visit. However, regardless of whether you are 6 years old or 66 years old you should be sure to ask for a kids menu so you can order their Happy Face Pizza.

It looks like we have a standard small-size pizza base with tomato sauce and pizza cheese, topped with a green pepper smile, mushroom nose, pepperoni eyes and olive slice pupils. However, the element of this dish that really makes it a unique artistic creation is the curly hair made out of spaghetti topped with what looks like a meat sauce! Fantastic!

Mikes Restaurant earns a solid 9/10 for their kid-friendly creation. Let's hope that more family restaurants see the outrageous demand that exists for happy face pizzas and follow suit.

Visit the official Mikes Restarant web site here and check out the kids menu!

This find is courtesy of The Big Cheese






A Quick Slice Sicilian-style pizza has its toppings baked directly into the crust. An authentic recipe uses neither cheese nor anchovies. Sicilian Pizza in the United States is typically a different variety of product made with a thick crust characterized by a rectangular shape and topped with tomato sauce and cheese (and optional toppings). Pizza Hut's Sicilian Pizza, introduced in 1994, is not an authentic example of the style as only garlic, basil, and oregano are mixed into the crust.


 
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