Happy Happy Pizza! #7: Hot dogs are a truly Canadian pizza topping. 
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Happy & Emo Pizza FacesHappy & Emo Pizza Faces
One happy, one sad. These twin pizzas hail from San Fancisco where they served as models in a photoshoot on children and cooking.

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Big Sausage Pizza
This sausage-laden delight from Vancouver, Canada lost critical points for lacking a post-bake photo. Don't let this happen to you!

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Pizza #7: A Pumpkinface with Hot Dogs from Calgary

and excellent hot dog application! Inspired by our feature on Hormel's Halloween pizza ideas, Keith Allen and his wife Jill of Calgary, Alberta Canada decided to try their hand at crafting a jack o' lantern themed pizza for their Halloween party.

They started with a storebought crust and added traditional tomato sauce and mozzarella, diced tomatoes, green peppers and onions. Then they used cut pepperoni shapes for the eyes and the zigzag mouth. As you can see from their pre-bake photo they attempted to define a furrowed brow and triangle nose using cheddar cheese, but the results didn't bake so well: you have to really look to see where the orange cheddar is.

Finally, Keith decided the pizza still needed something extra so they added hot dog slices for the nostrils. Unfortunately, they also added slices over the whole face for tastiness, which kinds of ruins the whole "nostril effect" on the final product.

All in all this was an excellent effort by these cheese-and-hot-dog-lovin' Canadians. 7/10 for a pizza that I'm sure put a smile on the faces of their party guests when they served it.

This pizza is courtesy of Keith "Hot Dog" Allen






A Quick Slice Long Island, New York is the birthplace of the "pizza bagel", which substitutes bread with a half sliced bagel, but otherwise has normal toppings and ingredients. Traditional New York-style pizza varieties are served at local pizzerias by the slice or full pie. The most popular types include regular (traditional round thin sliced pizza), sicilian (square with a thick crust), marinara (no cheese, just sauce), white pizza (mozzarella and ricotta cheese toppings, no sauce), grandma (typically square with a thinner crust than sicilian and the sauce goes over the cheese).


 
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