Happy Happy Pizza! It's eyes sort of follow you, don't they? 
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Pizza #9: Lil' SantaPizza #9: Lil' Santa
Don't you wish it could be Christmas all year? Well you will once you see this cute little Santa Clause pizza.

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Australian Triple Play
The Saunderses are truly dedicated happy pizza craftsmen.. submitting no fewer than three amazing pizzas including "Mr. Splatface" pictured here.

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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!

Flickr Find: Bugeyed Pizza Pie

Breaking News! I was recently informed by Daniel Saunders via e-mail that there was, in fact a co-creator of this wonderful high-scoring pizza. Sanae (pleasantville), who is a native of Japan and apparently shared her happy pizza fame with her family and friends back home.

I've been told to expect another new creation from these guys next week so stay tuned!

Olive nostrils... just remember you saw it here first! The best I can tell the Saunderses (sp?!) are a couple from Brisbane, Australia who have excellent taste in photographic subjects and an obvious sense of humour when it comes to making dinner.

The use of green olives for nostrils is a definite Happy Happy Pizza first, as is the use of a carrot slice for what is presumably a tongue and onion eyebrows. This combined with the fact that this was obviously an act of unbridled culinary artistry performed at home earns this face a massive 9/10 score! This bugeyed fellow only lost one point for a lack of a smile. Aside from that, this is one of the more memorable flickr finds we've come across.

Check out the frightening full-size freaky face on flickr.

This find is courtesy of The Big Cheese






A Quick Slice Chicago-style pizza, or deep dish pizza contains a crust which is formed up the sides of a deep dish pan. It reverses the order of ingredients, using crust, cheese, filling, then sauce on top. Some versions (usually referred to as "stuffed") have two layers of crust with the sauce on top. Deep dish pizza was purportedly invented and first served in 1943 at Pizzeria Uno, which is still operating along with its twin restaurant, Pizzeria Due, in the River North neighborhood.


 
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