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The Smartest Person In The Universe Figured Out How To Turn Disgusting Leftover Pizza Into Delicious Cheese Magic.

I admit it. I hate leftover, cold pizza. It’s disgusting no matter how much you want to argue about it. Gross. But what this guy did to make it maybe more amazing than the original… Holy cow!

Ok, you have to start with this. I know, it’s gross.

Start by stuffing in some extra meat. Pepperoni works, but so does bacon. Hmm. Bacon.

Now fold it…

And trim it.

Now here’s where it gets fun. Throw it on the waffle iron.

And let the magic happen.


Bonus tip: Don’t have a waffle iron? Use a toastie maker.

(via: BuzzFeed) All those years of discarding leftover pizza! Nooooooooooooo. Don’t make our mistake. Share this with your friends, spread the word, and become a hero!

This Light Take On Pizza Bites Is About To Become Your Poolside Go-To!

You know what’s the worst? Chilling by the pool at a cookout on a sweltering day and being assaulted with an onslaught of heavy food.

Burgers are cool in theory, but when you’re drowning in your own sweat, the idea of scarfing down a greasy, fatty burger becomes less appealing by the second. The same goes for pizza. I was swimming at my apartment complex the other day when it was 95 degrees out and I almost melted when some guy opened up a steaming box of pizza.

But then it hit me. Going three months without pizza should be illegal and we should just deal with the heaviness that accompanies everyone’s favorite meal. Or should we? Someone prayed to the summer gods for a solution, and it comes to us today in the form of these zucchini pizza bites that bring all of the cheese and none of the gut-busting agony.

Stay tuned until the end if you want to hear a song that’s truly not good at all.

I don’t know about you, but I have a date with some zucchini, a whole lot of sunscreen, and a swimming pool.

I Need These Mini Deep-Dish Pizzas In My Life, And So Do You

If there’s one problem with pizza (there honestly isn’t), it would be that when you order it, you sometimes get way too much for one human to handle. Normally, I would just throw the leftover pieces in the fridge and eat them the next day (or an hour later. Don’t judge me!), but for a guy trying to count calories who still loves pizza, this recipe by Jumble Joy is perfect!

It satiates my cravings without making me feel like a pizza monster is going to burst out of my stomach like something in Alien. Sound like a recipe you need in your life? Check this out.

Hey, waiting 15 minutes for these to cook beats waiting for the pizza guy to show up! When you make your favorite takeout dishes at home, you get to control how many gut-busting ingredients end up (or don’t end up) in the finished product.

Little Caesars Introduced A Bacon-Wrapped Pizza Crust And People Are Freaking Out Over It

Step aside, soft pretzel, there’s a new crust in town!

1. Earlier today, Little Caesars made an EPIC announcement:

2. A full three and a half feet of bacon will be used to wrap the pizza.

Little Caesars / Via usatoday.com

3. And there will be even more bacon sprinkled on top!

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4. Here’s what else we know, as reported by USA Today:

â— The bacon-wrapped crust will only be available for a limited time, starting next Monday, Feb. 23.
â— It’s going to cost $12, which is quite a jump from the $5 hot-and-ready pizzas that made the chain famous.
â— A single slice of bacon-wrapped pizza will contain 23 grams of fat and 450 calories. For comparison, a slice of regular deep-dish pepperoni has 18 grams of fat and 390 calories.

5. Although it isn’t available for a few more days, people are justifiably freaking out on Twitter about the bacon-wrapped pizza.


— CharlieM_19 (@Charlie)

Bacon wrapped pizza from little caesars. @A__Craig should we go wait in line now or…

— davecarls (@Cap’n Dave)

Everyone should be talking about @littlecaesars #bacon wrapped pizza. It’s as if it’s my birthday and Christmas.

— MKBlueRidge (@MacaroniKidBlueRidge)

Little Caesar’s is making a pizza with BACON WRAPPED CRUST! They will be using 3 and a half FEET of bacon to make it. Read my last tweet!!

— BrettJBarger (@Brett Barger)

Little Caesar’s has read my mind…bacon wrapped pizza.

— vanderWalters (@Chris vanderWalters)

Being a good friend and making sure everyone knows about bacon wrapped pizza crust. ITS HAPPENING

— savycoop128 (@Savannah Cooper)

Bacon. Wrapped. Crust.. @littlecaesars I love you guys.

— warden_hunter03 (@Hunter Warden)

13. Some are even citing the announcement as proof of a divine presence.

There is a God🙌 “@13NewsNow: Little Caesars tries bacon-wrapped crust pizza http://t.co/xk6BT6t15o “

— Derrell__ (@Bitch Bean)

15. What do you think about the bacon-wrapped pizza? Will you be ordering one?

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Whoever Invented This Deliciousness Is A True Pioneer. I Want This NOW.

I don’t know if you were aware of this, but pizza is king in America. Approximately 3 billion pizzas are sold in the U.S. each year. It’s essentially The Beatles of food. I could eat pizza every day for the rest of my life, but sometimes it’s good to change things up. Luckily, some otherworldly genius came up with a way to change the pizza game forever. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the pizzadilla!


  • 2 large flour tortillas
  • Pizza sauce
  • Mozzarella cheese
  • Additional pizza toppings

1.) Put a tortilla in a skillet and cover it with pizza sauce and cheese. Put another tortilla on top.

2.) Flip the ‘dilla over and cook the other side.

3.) Make sure it looks like this before breaking out the other toppings.

4.) Begin putting on more sauce and cheese and any other toppings you might want on your pizzadilla.

5.) Cook it until the cheese melts and it looks something like this.

6.) Let ‘er cool.

7.) Pizzadilla time!

Pizzadilla is basically the greatest thing invented since the Internet. To the inventor of this magic, you have my endorsement for the Nobel Prize this year, sir.

We Asked English People How Much They Knew About Scotland And It Could Have Gone Better

With Scotland set to go to the polls regarding a little thing called independence, we asked some English people how much they knew about life north of the border.

We asked 16 members of our London office:

1) Who is the patron saint of Scotland?
2) What is the unofficial national anthem of Scotland, often sung by their rugby and football teams before matches?
3) Identify a Scottish island from its outline.
4) Name the first minister of Scotland.
5) After Glasgow and Edinburgh, what is the largest Scottish city by population?
6) What is the national dish of Scotland?
7) Draw the England/Scotland border on to a map.

Here’s a selection of some of the best (and worst) responses. We’re sorry. And never forget…

1. “Who is the patron saint of Scotland?”

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2. “What is the unofficial national anthem of Scotland, often sung by their rugby and football teams before matches?”

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3. “What is the name of this Scottish island?”

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4. “Name the first minister of Scotland.”

Robin Edds / BuzzFeed

5. “After Glasgow and Edinburgh, what is the largest Scottish city by population?”

Robin Edds / BuzzFeed

6. “What is the national dish of Scotland?”

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7. “Draw the England/Scotland border on to this map:”

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# of people who knew the patron saint of Scotland is St Andrew: 10 out of 16
# of people who knew the unofficial national anthem of Scotland is “Oh, Flower of Scotland”: 6 out of 16
# of who identified the island as Skye: 7 out of 16
# of people who knew the first minister of Scotland is Alex Salmond: 11 out of 16
# of people who knew the third largest city in Scotland is Aberdeen: 8 out of 16
# of people who knew the national dish of Scotland is haggis: 12 out of 16
# of people who (more or less) drew the border accurately: 9 out of 16