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What does the average pizza look like? Crust, thin or thick, depending on your preferences. Pizza sauce and cheese, to make it all stick together. Various toppings, from different cheese types to mushrooms, prosciutto or even pineapple (I personally love Hawaii Pizza). But, as usual, this is not written in stone. Unusual variations emerge from time to time, taking a spin on the traditional recipe. Some are more interesting, the others just plain expensive (like Nino’s Bellissima pizza in New York, topped with six types of caviar and two lobster tails). But here are the craziest I managed to find – you might try some of them for your next Pizza, Beer & Casino Night.

PB&C, you might ask. Well, yes – this unusual combination of eating, drinking and playing great games is a perfect way to spend a night.

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But let’s move on to the wackiest pizzas of the world.

1. Meatzza

At first sight it looks a lot like a thick-crust pizza topped with anything you can imagine. But appearances can be deceiving – actually it is a thick crust made of meatball mixture, re-defining the very concept of the meat lovers pizza forever. It is surprisingly easy to make at home – it only needs minced meat, bread crumbs, eggs and spices mixed together and shaped as a pizza dough in a baking pan. For a healthier variety you can replace breadcrumbs with oatmeal. Lose the tomato sauce, though. Top it with cheese, and whatever else you can imagine.

2. Melon Pizza

A low calorie, refreshing and surprising variation on the classic pizza. Once again, it’s the crust that’s replaced – this time with a big, round, juicy slice of watermelon. Again, lose the tomato juice and you might also want to go easy with the cheese. The perfect toppings for this interesting – and intriguing – summer food are prosciutto crudo, mozzarella (buffala, if you can find) and fresh green herbs, like mint or basil, and serve chilled. It’s surprising, fresh and low calorie.

3. Cookie Chocolate Marshmallow Pizza

If the previous one was low calorie, this one is for those who don’t count them. For the crust you’ll need a cookie mix, homemade or store bought will do, topped with marshmallows and baked to perfection. Top it with some melted chocolate strips and serve it just like pizza. A great dessert to munch on while the reels spin.


Happy Memorial Day

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Never make Excuses!

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Do You Follow the Rules?

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“Know the rules well, so you can break them effectively.” (Dalai lama XIV) Yes, I am suggesting to break the rules! This is coming from someone who likes rules.  After all, rules create structure, limits and avoid chaos.  Rules create expectations, discipline and define actions.  Don’t we want the other car to stop a t the red light? If you know the rules, you can break them! Read More…

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