Taste-testing weird, internet-famous pizzas


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2017/05/25/taste-testing-weird-internet.html


#2

In New Orleans try a muffaletta pizza, based on a classic local sandwich, made with Italian cold cuts and cheeses and olive salad.


#3

I would totally eat that. It’s been forever since I’ve had a decent muffuletta.


#4

ehhh… I’ll stick with my New Haven apizza…


#5

It always drives me crazy when I hear someone say, “I’m kind-of a pizza purist” but I know that what they actually mean is: “I only like pizza that resembles what was made in the place where I grew up.”


#6

I made some myself a couple weeks ago and they were solo good. The olive tampanad was from a jar, but still good.


#7

Kind of surprised they didn’t try this one:


#8

I’m disappointed they didn’t take the opportunity to explore the simple options.

https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/none-pizza-with-left-beef-meme/


#9

There’s a pizza place at The Big E that serves a white garlic pizza topped with provolone, peanut butter, and bacon. It’s called Skippy’s Dare, and so far I haven’t taken the dare.


#10

That TonyBaloney’s taco pizza looks epic. I’d chow down on one of those with some buddies.
I’m almost frightened to know what one of those looks like after a normal delivery though… :scream:


#11

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