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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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Flickr Find: Mr. Squarehead from bubblegumlemonade

genius, or laziness? Bubblegumlemonade is either a) a minimalist pizza artist and genius or b) a lazy slacker who just happened to take a picture of this face.

Judging by his gallery, I'd say he's more "b" than "a", but who knows? In any case, I think we can all agree that anyone who takes photographs of pizza is pretty darned awesome.

Especially this one. With only a square of crust, some tomato sauce, two teeny-weeny squares of ham and a split piece of pineapple we have a very handsome and plump-lipped pizza face. Not really a "happy" pizza per se, but it does kind of look like Angelina Jolie... if you slathered her face in tomato sauce and slapped two big pieces of ham over her eyes... 1/10 for this face. It's cool, no doubt, but it's not a whole pizza and it's not smiling, so there's some major point losage there. Plus I don't think I'd want to eat this crusty little thing, either.

From his profile:
"To practice any art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow. So do it".

Well said, bubblegumlemonade from Scotland, well said.

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This find 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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