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Pizza made with Rice Krispie Treat crust? Sure, why not—there aren’t any rules when it comes to making food anymore. It was created by John Farrier for his ongoing food series over at Neatorama called, Don’t Eat That, John!

If you’d like to learn more about how this delicious dish was made, head on over to Neatorama.

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On the fence about the usefulness of a smartwatch? Consider that debate settled because you can now use one to track the status of your Domino’s pizza order. They’ve teamed up with Pebble to create an app that will let you know how close you are to a hot slice of pepperoni. It alerts you to stops in the process including: Order Placed, Prep, Bake, Quality Check, and finally Out For Delivery so you know exactly when that delivery car is about to show up in your driveway. Who wants pizza tonight?

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Talk about the ultimate breakfast recipe! If you’re a fan of pizza and waffles, then you’ll most definitely love this super easy recipe by Holly Lofthouse for pizza-stuffed waffles. She used canned biscuit dough to make the waffles, adding a little pocket in each biscuit for some cheese and pepperoni slices.

If you’d like to check out the full recipe, head on over to Pillsbury.

(via Neatorama)

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Once upon a time, this pizza bedding was just a dream, but now it’s a reality. It’s a great time to be alive folks.

The set includes a pepperoni pizza blanket with two matching personal pan pizza pillow covers. And just like that, we’re all ordering pizza for dinner tonight.

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fritos chili pizza

Fritos and chili is a wonderful combination, and to Papa John’s, that means it’s fit to be put on a pizza. The Fritos chili pizza will be available nationwide through November 23rd and is topped with beef, chili, Roma tomatoes, onions, cheddar, mozzarella, and Fritos corn chips. So basically, it’s a casserole on a pizza. I’m intrigued.

Check out a close up look at the pizza in the video after the break…

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Bacon Pizza Burrito

For years, the idea of a bacon wrapped pizza burrito has been categorized as science fiction at best and madness at worst! But a new age is here, readers. The folks at Oh Bite It! have delivered unto us a recipe for just such a concoction.

Unravel the mystery at Oh Bite It.

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A cast iron skillet is a useful tool to have in your kitchen arsenal (bonus: it doubles as a weapon). When you’re not using it to bash heads, consider whipping up a pizzadilla. J. Kenji López-Alt of Serious Eats was inspired by a Redditor to throw a tortilla in the cast iron, add on sauce and cheese, and put a second tortilla on the top. He finished off the pizzadilla by cooking both sides and then adding toppings and sticking it under a broiler. Yum.

Get all the details at Serious Eats.

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In the latest episode of the Reactions series by The American Chemical Society they explain why pizza tastes so darn good. It all comes down to a series of chemical reactions:

Whether it’s a plain cheese, a deep-dish stacked with meats or a thin-crust veggie delight, there’s just something about pizza that makes it delicious. There’s a lot of chemistry that goes into everything from dough to sauce to toppings to, of course, cheese. There’s also a very specific chemical reaction at work on every single slice, no matter what toppings you choose.

It’s called the Maillard Reaction, and it’s what causes the browning of the dough and toppings, as well as the release of some delicious compounds.

And here we thought it was all about high-quality ingredients.

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The only thing that’s better than pizza or cake is a cake made of pizza.

This version is a pepperoni cake by Pillsbury, but it just occurred to me that you could make your own with a different topping per layer and go all sorts of crazy at home making yourself pizza cake.

Check out more pictures of the pizza cake in progress after the break.

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