The concept behind Blaze Fast-Fire’d Pizza is simple. You pick your crust, sauce, cheese, and toppings, and your pie is popped into a blazing-hot oven for a mere 180 seconds. If you’re thinking, So it’s like Chipotle, but for pizza, you’re onto something.
In 2014’s Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks (Storey Publishing), author Priya Krishna showed college students 75 ways to mix and match dining hall ingredients to concoct marvelous meals.
Chuck E. Cheese’s wants adults to know that it’s “not playing games with our food anymore”: The chain has just announced it will test out coffee bars in the Dallas area, so parents can calmly sip cappuccinos while their children are off terrorizing each other in the ball pit.
There are plenty of scenarios in the modern world that require seriously advanced math skills, intricate calculations, and complicated formulas—balancing the federal budget, building a skyscraper, or planning an orbital spaceflight, for example. But none of these situations compares with life’s ultimate numeric challenge: figuring out how manypizzas to order for a group. Requesting too much or too little, getting the wrong size pizza, and spending too much money are all land mines waiting to blow up… and destroy the poor soul who volunteered to call in the order. But at long last, this problem may be solved: There’s now an app for that.
Emily, a new pizzeria in Brooklyn, has found success with two pies drizzled liberally with wildflower honey. Drizzle as much honey as you like;
These Spring Vegetable Pizzas would also be delicious with shredded leftover chicken. Or, if you like, top them with thinly sliced prosciutto right after they come out of the oven.