Joe’s Rotisseria has stayed on Foodbeast’s radar for a while now, all thanks to the wild creations they come up with like this General Tso Pizza. This time around, they’ve upped the antics and cranked up the chaotic pizza energy way past ten.
Behold, the Triple Threat — a Frankenstein’d behemoth that trots out a calzone, garlic knots, and pizza all at once. I don’t think there’s any more to say about it other than this would be the perfect time to call the squad and present this as a challenge to them.
Or if you’re running this mission solo, I certainly wouldn’t be one to judge.
Following a successful test run last year, Pizza Hut is adding Beyond Meat as a permanent menu item at all locations across Canada,starting today.
Pizza Hut will offer three menu items featuring Beyond Italian Sausage Crumbles: the Great Beyond Pizza, Beyond Italian Sausage Alfredo Loaded Flatbread and Beyond Creamy Alfredo. This becomes a welcome option for those adopting the burgeoning flexitarian lifestyle, as more consumers continue to seek options that are better for their health and Mother Earth.
Earlier this week, NBA superstar Steph Curry cemented his legacy as the game’s greatest shooter ever by surpassing Ray Allen for the most 3-pointers ever made in league history. The record-breaking number to hit was 2,974, which he reached with 7 minutes, 33 seconds left in the first quarter against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
Boston restaurant Strega North End decided to commemorate Curry’s legendary feat by serving him a celebratory “2974” pizza on Thursday.
Though it looks to be a standard cheese pie, I’m sure Steph savored it all the more considering the monumental feat the pizza celebrated.
Joe’s Rotisseria in New Jersey is no stranger to the Foodbeast radar. Creating wild pies like a General Tso pizza will land you right in there. As for their next feat, they’ve debuted a new Snowman Pizza Pie that’s the perfect holiday meal.
Now not only is the Snowman Pizza Pie shaped like one, but it also features pepperoni cup eyes and mouth, mozzarella stick nose, buffalo chicken coat, and a bow tie made of garlic knots. No other Christmastime meal should matter beyond this.
What’s even cooler is that this Snowman Pizza Pie is fully customizable, so if a buffalo chicken coat isn’t your steez, then perhaps an indulgent portion of bbq chicken with chipotle ranch may be a better fit.
Pizza can best be described as a blank canvas for endless meals, the foundation for boundless possibilities. Domino’s Pizza locations in South Korea are harnessing that and putting it to good use with the debut of a new pizza that veritably serves as a 3-course meal.
As reported by Chew Boom, the new Master Triple Course Pizza from Domino’s South Korea is a standard pizza that gives room for an appetizer, course, a main course, and a dessert course.
The Appetizer section boasts tomato compote with white balsamic sauce and ricotta cheese. The Main Course consists of shrimp, squid, and Korean beef barbecue. The Dessert portion serves up little cubes of cheesekcake with sweet potato and fromage blanc cream cheese mousse. The whole pizza is accompanied by a Creamy Wasabi Mayo Sauce for dipping.
Fans can grab the Master Triple Course Pizza at Domino’s Pizza locations in South Korea for a suggested price of 28,000 South Korean won ($23.71 USD) for a Medium size and 33,900 South Korean won ($28.70 USD) for a Large size.
There’s a new pizza option joining the Domino’s Pizza menus in Australia that gives off big grilled cheese sandwich vibes. Enter the new Toastie Cheese Crust.
The Toastie Cheese Crust is a new Domino’s Pizza crust option that allows for a generous sprinkle of Australian cheddar cheese to be baked right into your pizza crust. For fans of the toasty notes of crispy cheese, this option is a no brainer.
This new crust option will only be available for a limited time at Domino’s Pizza locations in Australia for $2.50 AUS, which is about $1.80 USD.
California Pizza Kitchen is introducing an industry game-changer by being the first national chain to offer chickpea crust in their pizzas. What this means is that customers can enjoy a crust option that is gluten-free, plant-based, and guilt-free, all without sacrificing taste.
The Foodbeast team got a taste of the Chickpea Crust recently and I love how it still keeps a bread-like quality, all while adding an airy and less dense chew.
Currently, the new Chickpea Crust is available in 21 California Pizza Kitchen locations throughout Southern California.
In addition, CPK has revived two menu favorites by re-introducing to the menu Jamaican Jerk Chicken and Santa Fe Chicken pizzas.
The Santa Fe Chicken Pizza was a staple on CPK’s original menu in 1987, but has been gone for nearly 20 years. It boasts chicken breast marinated in lime and herbs, red onions and Monterey Jack cheese, topped with fresh cilantro, sour cream, smashed avocado and homemade roasted tomato salsa.
As for the Jamaican Jerk Chicken, it makes a return after a few years off CPK menus and is loaded with Nueske’s applewood smoked bacon, red onions, bell peppers and scallions, a sweet and spicy Caribbean sauce, authentic Jamaican spices, and is all served on CPK’s thin crust.
Both the Santa Fe Chicken Pizza and Jamaican Jerk Chicken Pizza are re-launching nationwide at California Pizza Kitchens starting today.
Josh Elkin is a name that resonates well around these parts. As an accomplished recipe creator who’s come up with the likes of In-N-Out Hot Dogs and Big Mac Hot Pockets, we know the vibes when speaking of the kitchen wizard.
In his latest feat, he’s celebrating the recent return of McDonald’s McRib sandwich by creating a McRib Pizza. The recipe above breaks down in detail just how one can capture the McRib’s one-of-a-kind charm and flip it into a cheesy, melty pizza.
Sure, Elkin calls himself the Undisputed Breakfast Champ, but finessing a McRib into a pizza is enough to be a champ in other meals of the day, too.