Get a look behind the scenes at the people and pizzas of Roberta's.
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A little dark and bitter humor, to round out the week—happy Friday all!
Or you might be, anyway. At the very least, Cooking Channel web series host Dan Pashman has some alternative slice chomping techniques for you to try out.
Ready for a blast from the past? Check out these five pizza commercials from the '90s.
What's next on the pizza frontier? Ordering delivery, direct from your car, the success of the Xbox 360 pizza app, new life for Pizza Huts and one very generous slice shop owner.
Full disclosure: this is kind of a really creepy video. But if you're looking for some hardcore pizza weirdness...look no further than this loop of a couple enjoying a deliciously cheesy, baby stuffed crust pie.
As most of us ramp up to one of the most epically involved cooking days of the year, pause for a moment and check out this episode of the Discovery Channel's "How It's Made" for a behind-the-scenes peek at a food on the other end of the spectrum—frozen pizza.
Jon Stewart's epic anti-Chicago pizza rant on the Daily Show last week was the spark for an ensuing conflagration, a new excuse to reignite the age old Chicago vs. New York debate. This week, Marc Malnati, owner of famed Chicago institution Lou Malnati's Pizza, took a trip to New York and joined the fray.
I stumbled across this brand new video today, and it instantly improved my work-dazed mood—a moment of real-life absurdity to get us all through these last days until the weekend.
Our favorite fuschia-hued troublemaker from Saturday Morning Cartoons of times past returns to the screen on Cartoon Network. What's he up to this time? Pizza making.
We all love eating pizza, but many of us are complete novices when it comes to making it ourselves (though to be sure, there are a number of you who are clearly very accomplished pizzaioli!). Regardless of your skill level, this POV-video, which spans shaping the dough to boxing the pie, gives some nice insight to the pizza-creation-process.
Pizza-La is the highest-grossing pizza chain in Japan, with franchises located in 34 of the country's 47 prefectures. Their slogan? "All the taste and toppings you want on a pizza, straight from our oven to your door!"
Deciding what to eat for dinner in college / your totally adult apartment is one of life's greatest challenges. Seriously. There are a lot of different kinds of pizza and ramen out there.
In this TedEducation video, Colm Keller uses math and physics to explain why folding a slice of pizza is the way to go.
Though New York may lay claim as the cradle of pizza in America, many people would say that New Haven has the best. Certainly, there are a higher ratio of good to bad pizzerias in the area than there are almost anywhere else in the world. The question is, who's got the best?
Stop me if you seen this one before, but the Houston Chronicle recorded this pig herding cows and enjoying some Dr. Pepper with her pizza. Apparently she's "been known to break into the ranch house and raid the refrigerator to messily slurp up raw eggs and leftover pizza." Watch the video after the jump. (For the pizza-eating part, fast forward to 2:47 or so.)...
Hey, we know these guys! Paulie Gee (and Slice columnist Nick Solares) star in this video from Yahoo: Vitality. Good looking pies, too. Check it out after the jump....