This Pizza Chart Schools You On 40 Different Kinds Of Pizzas

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Food Republic put together this chart showing 40 types of pizza. If you think about it, it’s a pizza pie chart. But don’t think about it too hard, because it’s technically not a pie chart at all. It’s just a regular chart with pizza pies on it. A few concerns: is a calzone really considered a pizza? I thought a calzone was a calzone. Then again, what do I know? Haha! Trick question! Not much, but I do know the hell out of some pizza, that’s for sure. As for the second concern, I can’t remember. Got too hungry with all this talk about pizza. To the pizza parlor!



Written by Brittany High, IncredibleThings

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CAUGHT: Donut Licker Ariana Grande Says She Hates America


Celebrities can be downright weird sometimes.

Superstar Ariana Grande was caught licking donuts at a Wolfee Donuts in California, reports the Huffington Post. TMZ obtained footage from the donut shop, which documented the entire event. With her boyfriend, Ricky Alvarez, the two were caught tongue-slapping the breakfast pastries. Then each other.

The store employee removed the tainted donuts and replaced them with a fresh batch. When Grande saw this, she responded with expletives followed by:

“I hate Americans. I hate America.”

A random end to a random situation that’s since gotten Grande into some trouble with both fans and red-blooded American. HuffPo reached out to Grande’s peeps for a comment, but have yet to receive an immediate reply.


Alarming Trends Show That We May Be the Last Generation to Enjoy Good Sushi


Sushi today is arguably the most popular cultured cuisine. The tasty freshness, the exotic variety and the simplistic beauty of sushi truly makes it a treasure of all foods. I mean, who hasn’t said to themselves at least once, “I could eat sushi every day, forever”?

Unfortunately, our insatiable love for sushi will be a cause of great destruction and sadness on the planet.

The problem: Sushi has become too damn popular and the fish industries are producing at unsustainable rates. The best kind of tuna, bluefin, is in such demand that the Pacific Ocean can’t support the Asian market alone, so countries like Japan, South Korea and Mexico are now moving to the Atlantic in an effort to exploit these million-dollar fish — in 2013, one 490-lb tuna fetched a record setting $1.35 million in Tokyo’s Tsukiji Fish Market.


The Atlantic bluefin tuna population, which is an endangered species, has declined by almost 100 percent in recent years. They are being caught at such a high rate that the actual fish are getting smaller because they are younger — 90 percent of those caught are too young to even reproduce, according to the NOAA Fish Watch. International organizations establish conservation methods, but no solution is simple and enforcement remains one of the largest problems, especially when the black market for bluefin tuna churns billions in illegal trade.

But it’s not just the tuna that’s at risk. In the long run, all wild-caught fish in the ocean is in danger. Back in 2010, Pavan Sukhdev, head of the UN’s Environmental Programme, explained the inevitable decline of sea life:

“If the various estimates we have received … come true, then we are in the situation where 40 years down the line we, effectively, are out of fish.”

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For this, we can blame overfishing, ineffectively enforced fishing limits, pollution, climate change — humans are basically just destroying the ocean.

The consequences: By the time we 20-somethings are living it up as 60 and 70-year-olds, we may no longer be able to depend on the ocean to provide us with wild fish and other fruits of the sea.

With increasing demand and limited supply, expect the price of sushi to steadily increase. Even spicy tuna rolls may be considered an expensive delicacy one day.

By the time we are older, fish farms might ensure that sushi will still be around, but we’ll know firsthand that only real sushi is made with the best wild-caught fish. We may see the golden age of sushi end within our lifetime, and we may all surely die from the sadness.

h/t: Mic 

Originally written by Sebastian Dillon for NextShark


More fun NextShark articles to read:

– Ridiculous Law Prevents Chinese Citizens From Going to Space

– Chinese Man’s ENTIRE Body Suffers WORM Infestation After Eating Contaminated Sushi


Time for the Obvious: Americans Eat Almost 1,000 More Daily Calories Than the Rest of the World


On a daily basis, the average world citizen consumes around 2,870 calories. Over here in the U.S., we consume about 3,641 calories daily. That’s 771 more calories than the world average. That would be like eating an extra Big Mac (530 calories) and a 32-ounce vanilla iced coffee (240) from McDonald’s every day.

Or about three additional slices of Pizza Hut’s hand-tossed medium pepperoni pizza (230 calories each) a day.

No surprise when you hear a stat like this. We’re constantly being called fat and by now we all know our country is a gluttonous mess, craving cheeseburger-stuffed donuts and Pizzadillas.


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Maybe even scarier, 37 percent of Americans’ calories come from sugar and fat. That’s 17 percentage points higher than the world average, and 27 percent higher than Vietnam and North Korea, which have a lowly 10 percent daily fat and sugar intake, by far the lowest in the world.

At least it’s another thing we’re leading the world in. ‘Murica!

H/T National Geographic


I’m on a Diet


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What 7 World Cup Countries Would Look Like as Hot Dogs

The World Cup has been exciting throughout and the fans of each country have passionately supported their teams. In honor of the World Cup, Brazilian hot dog makers WDOG decided to make seven hot dogs representing some of these teams so fans can passionately support their team, and eat delicious hot dogs at the same time. WDOG chose Japan, Mexico, U.S., Germany, Argentina, Italy and of course Brazil, and dyed the hot dog buns in their flag’s colors. They then used ingredients that they felt represented each country and crafted some mouth watering dogs.



japanese dog

The Japanese Dog has a white and red bun and is topped with sukiyaki, tare sauce and sesame seeds.



mexico dog

The Mexican dog has a red white and green bun. Topped with guacamole, chili, tortilla chips and a red hot chili pepper.



brazil dog

The dog inspired by host country Brazil has a green and yellow bun. Topped with bacon, banana flour mix, and Feijoada sauce, which is a traditional Brazilian stew of beans and meat.



argentina dog

The Argentine dog has a blue and white bun, garlic mayo, yellow pepper and chimichurri sauce.



 german dog

The German dog has a red, yellow and black bun, as does their proud flag. The ingredients for this bad boy include green mayo, pickles, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, caramelized onions, dark mustard and “German” sauce.



italy dog

The Italian Dog probably uses the same red, white and green bun from the Mexican dog, hopefully, it’d be terribly inefficient otherwise. This one is actually polpettone — an Italian meat loaf, stuffed with mozzarella cheese, an “Italian” sauce and basil.



us dog

The American dog has a red and blue bun. No white on the bun for some reason, but it does have some white mustard mayo to make up for it. It has nacho cheese, coleslaw and barbecue sauce. Because ‘MURICA.


15 Beautiful Things to Eat at Dodgers Stadium That Aren’t Peanuts or Cracker Jacks


A staple for Los Angeles residents is to frequent Dodgers Stadium during baseball season. It is, after all, America’s pastime. When you’re not busy watching Kemp strike out, you’re probably wondering what you want eat. Now we don’t know about you, but peanuts and crackerjacks just don’t fill us up enough for a 3-hour game.

Though stadium food can be expensive, we at Foodbeast want you to get the most for your money. That being said, we took an afternoon and did some hard-hitting research on some of the best food options you can get at Dodgers Stadium. While their game against the Chicago White Sox was a tad disappointing, we made the most of our time there nonetheless. Our stomachs stretched so your wallets don’t have to.

You’re welcome.


BBQ Beef Sandwich


What: A 12-hour slow-cooked beef brisket smothered in BBQ sauce and topped with pickles and onions between two hamburger buns. Comes with coleslaw and potato salad. Tangy, hearty and they don’t skimp on the sauce.

Price: $10




What: Roasted corn seasoned with cheese, mayo and chili powder. Super flavorful and tasty. Definitely worth the money but a tad bit messy.

Price: $5


Louisiana Hot Sausage


What: A spicy Louisinana sausage dog topped with coleslaw and bleu cheese. The sausage is buried somewhere under all that slaw, but it’s definitely a recommend.

Price: $9


Italian Meatball Marinara Sandwich


What: Italian meatballs that were hand-formed and thrown into a sandwich with special seasonings. Some of the best meatballs we’ve ever tried. Definitely worth it.

Price: $9


Lasorda’s Pasta Platter


What: Penne topped with a zesty marinara sauce. Includes two hand-formed Italian meatballs and parmesan cheese. A carbo load option for all the photography we had ahead of us.

Price: $10


Chicken Parmesan


What: Hand-breaded chicken breast served on an Italian roll and covered in marinara sauce, Provolone cheese and grated Parmesan. Another sandwich from Mr. Lasorda’s Trattoria.

Price: $9


Brooklyn Dodger Dog


What: East Coast cousin of the Dodger Dog, the Brooklyn Dodger Dog is made with a casing that adds a much welcomed crunch. Just make sure to load it with condiments before feeding the Lasorda.

Price: $7.50


Garlic Fries


What: Fries smothered in a garlic marinade. A very popular snack at Dodger stadium, sold at practically every stand.

Price: $7.75


Big Kid Dog


What: A hot dog topped with a melted heap of mac n’ cheese and a generous handful of fritos. For the big kid in all of us.

Price: $8.50


LA Extreme Bacon Dog


What: A 1/3-pound all-beef dog that’s wrapped in three slices of applewood smoked bacon, smothered in grilled peppers and onions and topped with mustard and mayo. Because we Californians love bacon-wrapped anything.

Price: $9.50


Doyer Dog, Jr.


What: Drenched in nacho cheese, chili, jalapeño  and pico de gallo. For those with a taste for spicy, the Doyer Dog is the perfect choice.

Price: $8.50


Frito Pie Dog


What: Made with chili, cheese and half a bag of Fritos. We recommend saving a few Frito chips to dip the chili cheese that falls out of your dog. Because you will spill.

Price: $8.50


The Heater


What: Topped with a special bleu cheese coleslaw and smothered in a spicy buffalo wing sauce. The dog added the necessary heat to a pretty weak game.

Price: $8.50


Homestand Special – Chicago Dog


What: Dodger Stadium has a tradition of making a customized hot dog in honor of the opposing team. Since they faced the White Sox the night we attended, behold the Chicago Dog. Made with a  slice of pickle, tomato and a buttload of relish. Fell to pieces after two bites, but the dog was picked clean regardless.

Price: $9




What: A Sicilian pastry lined with chocolate, filled with creamy filling and topped with more chocolate chips. A sweet end to a bittersweet game.

Price: $6


Honorable Mention: Kirin Frozen Beer


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