Happy Happy Pizza! #5: okay, okay so I cheated... but just a little... 
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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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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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Pizza #5: Redemption, with a smile

4 steps to a smile After my pitiful effort with Pizza #4, I simply had to try again. Take one Dr. Oetker's frozen pizza (one of the better ones on the market, I believe) and add some extra cheese and poof! In ten minutes you have a perfect smilin' pizza.

Now hold on, hold on... let me explain before thousands of you start emailing me sayin' "How could you do it, Big Cheese?! You used a frozen crust! You cheated! I believed in you! Now, I don't know what to think, maybe I should just drop out of school and go work as a stripper..."

Okay, I'll admit that this is cheating to some extent, but it did quickly eliminate the crust issue from the ghastly and grotesque Pizza #4 incident. Also, I am the Big-Freakin'-Cheese and I make the rules and I say who cares if the crust was frozen or hand-rolled. (no doubt, hand-rolled wins, but c'mon...) What's important is that the pizza is smiling, which this one still is.

I'll give myself a solid 5/10 for this. The face looks good, but I can't give myself top marks for using a frozen crust.
This pizza is courtesy of The Big Cheese






A Quick Slice In the United Kingdom, pizza is most readily available in supermarkets as pre-packaged, frozen pizza, although is sometimes home-made. The three main topping variations are four cheese, ham and pineapple (hawaiian) and pepperoni.


 
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