Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Google is (a little too) pizzalicious

Google's new Google Mobile commercial is very long and very pizzalicious. In true Google fashion there are hidden links and Easter eggs in this 10 minute long commercial. Plus towards the end he finally gets something to eat, but it isn't what you're expecting. So I guess that is Google making a joke.

To see the hidden surprises, click on:
basketball 00:42
azzip 01:21
The area to the right 01:47
torture machine (joke) on the left 03:27
the panel on the left 04:38
horse 05:50
Godzilla 06:34
face AND left arm of Santa Claus 07:59
Toast 09:12

Monday, September 27, 2010

Olsen Twins Remix

The Olsen Twins appear in this super creepy screwed up version of their Pizza Song.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Pizzalicious in Richmond Magazine

The October issue of Richmond Magazine features a special food magazine which shares the divine pizzalicious wisdom of myself as well as the guys from Pamparius. It also features a lot of other pizza-related articles and recipes. Pick up a copy and a pizza.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Epic Pizza Delivery Scooter

Oh my gosh, watching this commercial made me almost have a heart attack. Then ending is great though.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

Pizza-la song

This is a long form commercial for Pizza La  Pizza in Japan. Like most pizza commercials from Japan it is really weird. I don't speak Japanese and I couldn't find a version with subtitles. But from the looks of it, they start in Spain and end up in Russia....

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Pizza Beer

Athena and Tom Seefurth came up with this recipe in 2006. They put tomatoes, garlic and herbs into the mash and later even put in a whole wheat crust. There is no cheese in Pizza Beer though, don't worry.

 I'd totally try this.  Would you?
I've been trying to get my pals Dave and Sean to make garlic beer for a while. Maybe I need to get my hands on some of this and share it with them to inspire them

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Tower of Pizza

I should have blogged this a long time ago.  No that is not a tower of empty pizza boxes ready to be filled with hot pies for deliveries. That is a tower of empty pizza boxes, smeared with sauce and cheese remains of pies devoured by my friend Will. Will used to have a real problem with $5 Hot and Ready pizza. What started out as garbage by the back door grew into a hilarious inside joke between Will and his stomach. What is really wild is that this is only half of the stack-- about 50 boxes.

Luckily I think Will has sort of chilled with the cardboard crusty stuff, and got rid of the tower. However, those cheap pizzas provided much needed fuel for making his new album. Which you can listen to here:

<a href="http://bultraandbasic.bandcamp.com/album/behind-the-black-curtain-it-moves">Behind The Black Curtain It Moves by B.Ultra&amp;Basic</a>