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Infinite Pizza

perpetual-pizza

Mind = blown.

Stomach = churning.

Dammit Internet, why you so cruel?

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The Cheesiest Pie Ever is This 99 Cheese Pizza

99 Cheese Pizza

Just how much cheese is too much cheese? Apparently, that threshold has yet to be reached, and we all have to conclude that humans love cheese just as much as mice do. Why? Well, the winner of this year’s Pizza World Championship happens to be the cheesiest pizza on the planet by Johnny Di Francesco.

It has the flavors of not ten, not twenty, not thirty, but ninety-nine different cheeses from all over the world. Johnny doesn’t top the pizza with all this cheese, because that would create a cheesy mountain no one can stuff into their mouth. Rather, he melted 94 of these cheeses into the base and topped the pie with buffalo mozzarella, goat cheese, ricotta, fior di latte, and raspadura.

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Caloriegasmic: Pizza With French Fry Dough

Pizza With French Fry Dough

 

There’s nothing like some good ol’ food porn to wind the week down, and what we’ve got here definitely qualifies. It’s pepperoni pizza with a big twist: instead of boring dough, the crust is made out of french fries! That probably ups the calories by a couple thousand or so, but one bite and you’ll probably forget about your diet or your pledge to eat healthier.

A lot of people have tried but failed to make a french fry dough. The folks over at Foodinese finally figured out how to do it and the solution was pretty simple: hold it together with cheese. Lots of cheese.

Serve it with ketchup or ranch, or drizzle more pizza sauce on top and bite into greasy heaven. You can find the recipe here.

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Want Pizza? Just Push for Pizza!

Push for Pizza

Want a pizza for breakfast, lunch, or dinner? No problem. Just fire up the Push for Pizza app on your phone and, well, push for pizza. You’ll be asked to enter your address and credit card info the first time you use it, but you can go straight to ordering pizza and specifying your toppings of choice the next time you use it.

Sure, you can order pizza online or by phone, but nothing beats ordering by just pressing that button. It doesn’t get any easier than this.

You can download Push for Pizza from iTunes here.

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Must Try: Kono Serves Up Pizza in a Cone

Pizza Cone

Pizza comes in many shapes, sizes, and flavors. Now you can enjoy your favorite snack-slash-meal fuss-free and minus the mess that comes when you use your hands with these cone pizzas thanks to Kono Pizza. The chain operates in 130 locations worldwide and offers pizza cones filled with typical pizza toppings like cheese, bacon, ham, and sausages, to not-so-typical fillings like Tiramisu with cream, biscuit, and coffee syrup.

Kono also claims that their pizza cones are healthier than your average slices, thanks to their thin crust, reduced grease, and “low-moisture cheese.” The first two we get, but we’re not so sure about the last one. Regardless, these pizza cones are worth trying, especially if you’ve got a Kono near you.

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Every Pizza Hut Should Have This: NFC-Enabled Tables That Let You Choose Toppings

Pizza Hut Concept Table

 

Nothing beats pizza, fresh out of the oven. But waiting for the pie to be served can be a drag, especially if you’re starving and happen to be dining at a pizza place that’s filled to the brim with other equally-hungry diners.

In a quest to make the ordering and waiting process less of a pain, Pizza Hut teamed up with Chaotic Moon Studios to come up with this concept for an interactive NFC-enabled table. It’s essentially a gargantuan, table-sized tablet that hooks up to diners’ smartphones via NFC. It transforms into an interactive menu where you and your companions can choose what toppings you want on your pizza.

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Pizzasaurus Necklace: Because Dinosaurs Love Pizza, Too

Pizza Dinosaur Necklace

Dinosaurs are awesome. So is pizza. And what do you get when you combine both? The equally awesome Pizzasaurus necklace by Snash Jewelry. The pendant essentially features a particularly scary-looking triceratops (at least, I think it’s a triceratops) chomping on a gigantic slice of pizza (considering the size of that dinosaur on a true-to-life scale.)

The heavy-duty pendant hangs on a 24-inch chain and can be rocked by both guys and gals. It’s available in antique gold or silver plating and is available online for $144.

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Cut Your Pie In Style: Fixie Bike Pizza Cutter

Fixie Pizza Cutter

If you never really learned how to ride a bike when you were a kid, then now’s your chance. Not ride as in, you know, on the road or anything, but ride as in with your fingers, on this Fixie Bike pizza cutter. Not only does it look like an awesome mini version of the actual Fixie, but it’s only meant to be “ridden” on top of a hot pizza pie, since it’s, you know, a pizza cutter and all.

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US Military Creates Pizza That Lasts Up to Three Years

Military Pizza

 

Three-day old pizza tastes like crap, so I can’t imagine what three-year-old pizza will taste like. Granted, pizza is one of the most popular fastfood dishes, and while you and I take it for granted most of the time, there are others out there who have to do without–like deployed soldiers, for instance. In fact, the US Military has received numerous requests from soldiers about pizza MREs (meals ready-to-eat), which prompted them to start working on ready-to-eat pizza two years ago.

Pizza prototypes have begun leaving their ovens, with projected shelf lives of three years. Topping options include pepperoni and turkey pepperoni, and those who have tried the early prototypes compare it to pan pizza. Michelle Richardson, who is a food scientist at the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, explains: “You can basically take the pizza, leave it on the counter, packaged, for three years and it’d still be edible.”

Sounds pretty awesome, doesn’t it?

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