THE Hot Dog Stuffed Crust Pizza has been officially introduced, but in Great Britain only. Call Pizza Hut today and complain. While you’re at it, ask about the possibility of a French Fry Stuffed Crust Pizza for vegetarians.
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N.W., who sent the hot dog pie link, writes:
I like meat and I like pizza but that looks disgusting.
But it comes with free mustard drizzle. Mustard and pizza are made for each other. It is an ancient Anglo-Italian recipe.
Those must be very long hot dogs.
Well, now that you mention it, I guess the mustard drizzle does kind of draw the whole ensemble together in a wierd Uber-American sort of way. I mean pizza and hotdogs, what could be more American? It would almost be unpatriotic not to demand that it be mass-shipped to our shores in all of its frozen pop-in-the-microwave-and-re-heat sorta glory.
Stewart W. writes:
Being an engineer by both training and inclination, my first thought went to the great clanking machine that must be employed to manufacture those crusts. I’m certain it is a wonder to behold! A stainless-steel altar to hearth and home. To emphasize the homey goodness churned out by this Leviathan, they probably gave it a suitably homespun name, like “Mama Mia Pizza-Matic 3000.” It probably sits just up the line from the “Mustard Drizzl-ator Deluxe.”
The Pizza Industrial Complex employs some great engineering minds.
I got a rush from the photo. I don’t know what to say. After decades of only eating hot dogs at baseball games, I found some no-nitrite, no-nitrate dogs – two for the price of one – at Safeway. Sixty seconds and a drizzle of mustard. I mentioned before that I’ve started eating pizza again after a friend dropped several thawing pizzas at my door.
I’m actually excited about this; add a side of cheese-drizzled chips and a bitter beer!
I realize it’s exciting. But please, get a hold of yourself. Go take a walk or something. I repeat, this has not been introduced in America yet.
A reader writes:
Lent never looked so good.