This is a video from Joseph Herscher of Joseph’s Machines, who’s taken a step beyond his previous peanut butter and jelly sandwich Rube Goldberg machine to develop one capable of making a pizza. Could you imagine if this is actually how pizzas were made? I’d spend a lot more time
Pizza: it’s a way of life. And to prove that point, this is a video of David Garcia baking sheet-pan pizzas on lava flowing from the Pacaya volcano in southern Guatemala. Some more info about the process while I bake a pizza directly on the middle oven rack per the
This is a short video of a poor decision making Texas woman who tried to bake a pizza (I know, even that’s too hard for some people) and accidentally set the oven to self-clean mode, at which point the oven door locked and it heated up to 800°F (~427°C). She
Because nothing is sacred in this world, the outside-the-box (but it’s a pizza) thinkers at Fong’s Pizza of Des Moines, Iowa has introduced Loopy Fruits, a Froot Loops topped breakfast pizza that includes “sour cream and cream cheese sauce, mozzarella cheese, and topped with Greek yogurt drizzle,” presumably to take
Always dreamed of a 72-inch, 15-pound circular weighted blanket with a Pizza Hut cheese and pepperoni pizza printed on it? Well no need to dream, because Pizza Hut teamed up with weighted blanket manufacturer Gravity Blanket to bring us just that in the form of this $150 Original Pan Weighted
This is a video released by LEGO and pizza lover The Brick Wall to celebrate five years on Youtube by presenting his latest creation: a LEGO assembly line capable of putting uniform amounts of sauce, cheese, pepperoni, and peppers (or any other small ingredient) on an uncooked pizza. Unfortunately it
This is a video of Japanese embroidery artist Ipnot showing off some of her realistic food embroidery, including this pizza slice with gooey cheese. Pretty wild, right? Maybe not as wild as me, but I had a Red Bull after dinner on Friday and stayed up past midnight. “And?” Honey!
These are the Pizza Bandages manufactured by GAMAGO and available on Amazon ($8). Each slice measures 1.8-inch x 1.8-inch square triangle and unfortunately are not scratch-and-sniff. Which is probably for the best anyways because who doesn’t already have a hard enough time not picking and eating their scabs? “You’re sick.”