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Little Caesars’ New Smokehouse Pizza Is Topped With Beef Brisket & Pulled Pork, A BBQ Lover’s DREAM

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There’s a soft spot in my even softer belly for Little Caesars. The idea of getting a deep-dish pizza and a bag of Crazy Bread in less than 2 minutes just warms my heart.

Little Caesars has now gone and appealed to the barbecue enthusiast in me. The pizza chain has added a new Smokehouse Pizza that would turn any meat lover’s head. Lil’ C throws pulled pork, beef brisket, Applewood-smoked bacon, and BBQ sauce on top of a Smokehouse seasoned crust.

The pizza is also caked with a gooey layer of mozzarella and Muenster cheeses.

What’s more impressive is the beef brisket and pulled pork are smoked for 8-10 and 10-12 hours, respectively. The Smokehouse will be available beginning Feb. 27 at all participating Little Caesars locations. From 4-8pm, it will also be a Hot-N-Ready option for customers.

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People Are Losing Their Minds Over Little Caesars New Brisket Pizza

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It looks like Little Caesars is trying to low key get into the BBQ game, smoking up some brisket and throwing it on their pizza.

These pizzas were spotted in both Texas and Kentucky, as Little Caesars seems to be selling them at $9 for a large, according to Brand Eating.

It reportedly has a dry rub-like seasoned crust, with a smoky barbecue sauce, brisket, pulled pork, and applewood-smoked bacon.

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Chewboom.com reported that the pizza is part of a Hot-N-Ready deal, so it looks like they might be serving up the brisket just as God intended, under a heat lamp and at an affordable price.

While we can’t imagine Little Caesar’s making a good brisket for $9, it seems like people are genuinely loving it, as evident through Twitter and even Instagram.

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You have to excuse our reluctance to believe that the glorious Caesar can put together some decent barbecue, but if people are raving about it, there has to be something to it.

 

h/t+picthx brand eating

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Arby’s To Debut PORK BELLY Sandwiches And We’re Foaming At The Mouth

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Arby’s just announced a new sandwich and we couldn’t be more excited. The roast beef slingin’ chain will start serving a new Smokehouse Pork Belly Sandwich during the month of October.

Since pork belly is juicy, there’s no complaints here, as there aren’t many fast food places that serve that option in the United States. In fact, this might be a first for QSRs in the states.

The new sandwich features three pieces of thick-cut pork belly, melted smoked cheddar cheese, crispy onions, BBQ sauce, and mayo served on a toasted roll. The pork belly is hickory-smoked for five hours before going into the sandwich.

Arby’s has begun a soft sell of the product at select stores and will have a nationwide launch next week. You can get one for $5.49, the exact amount that we can’t wait to throw at Arby’s once this pork belly sandwich debuts.

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Apparently, Arby’s New Smokehouse Brisket Takes 13 Hours to Smoke

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We expect fast food chefery can be a bit thankless sometimes. Whether you love or hate X chain’s new pretzel-bun, beer-battered mash-up ramen burger sandwich, some culinary mastermind out there still had to both conceptualize and execute it – a task probably made significantly more challenging when the dish in question also needs to be mass-produced on a national or even international scale.

Take Arby’s new Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich for instance. Featuring Gouda cheese, crispy onions, BBQ sauce and mayonnaise and sliced beef brisket that reportedly needs to be smoked for 13 hours minimum, this thing probably takes a lot more work than most people will give it credit for. For those who do appreciate a solid slice of beef, however, Arby’s has set up a “League of Brisket” website where fans can enter to win two tickets to a pro football game, as well as collect points toward other prizes, from now until October 30.

It doesn’t seem as though fast food’s trend toward more “artisanal,” premium fare is letting up any time soon. If anyone can tell the difference between Arby’s meat that’s been smoked for 13 days and the stuff that’s only been smoked for six, we’d love to hear about it.

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