Skip to comments.The Invention of the ‘Pizza Cake’ Signals a New Dawn for Mankind
Posted on 04/19/2014 4:44:55 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Skies darken, the universe begins to dissolve. A giant sign emerges in the sky. DING! This is it Level 2.
The game has changed ladies and gentlemen, the human race has reached a whole new stage of evolution with the invention of the pizza cake.
A North American pizza chain has asked its customers to vote for their favourite from a catalogue of wacky pizza innovations.
pneumatic pizza cutter A mechanical pizza cutter. Because traditional pizza cutters are so taxing to use (Picture: Boston Pizza) The long list of entries includes a pizza-shaped shirt pocket, a pneumatic pizza cutter and of course the aforementioned seven-layered phenomenon of bread, tomato and melted cheese.
But as much as wed all love to see this fantastical pizza of wonder take shape, there do seem to be a few practical issues.
pizza pocket Boston Pizza Well, you dont keep anything else in there (Picture: Boston Pizza)
The mark of a good pizza is its even crispness but with seven layers, can that consistency be maintained throughout or will the middle becoming a soggy, saturated mess?
Also, how on earth do you pick the olives off if theyre covered in layer upon layer of melted cheese, bread and tomato?! The mind boggles.
Its like a cake and a pizza made love and their glorious offspring is the most beautiful thing ever born
I love pizza, but I think there can be too much of a good thing.
Without bacon, it’s an incomplete masterpiece.
It’s no more than pizza lasagna. I’m not afraid.
That’s a casserole, not a pizza.
Smother that baby in some good marinara and yum yum!
Sparky’s in Astor, Fl does a Philly Cheesesteak pizza that is out of this world. No tomato sauce. Lots of cheese.
This is a perversion of the term Pizza.
Enjoy it as you choose, and it does look tasty, but it is Not Pizza.
Meh, I’d rather have lasagna.