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Yes, We've Seen the KettlePizza Grilling Gadget—And We Actually Tested It!

Slice Adam Kuban 15 comments

The KettlePizza insert does indeed add some juice to Weber-grill pizza-cooking—once you get the coal temperature and stone temperature up to snuff. And doing that takes a boatload of fuel and a lot of attention. More

Video Reheat: Building a Better Pizza Box

Slice Adam Kuban 4 comments

You may have seen this video when it was on Slice last year, but it looks like it's making the rounds on the web again, so in the interest of staving off any more "Have you seen this?" emails, here you go. The GreenBox is from Eco Inc., and its angle is that the top of the box tears along perforated lines into four serving plates while the bottom can fold into its own storage container with a small footprint. (Always handy, especially if someone else in your household — cough ... Girl Slice ... cough — doesn't feel... More

Dear Internet: These Awesome Cool Motorcycle-Inspired Pizza Cutters Are the Work of Artist FRANKIE FLOOD

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Dear Internet,
Yes, Slice has seen these awesomely cool pizza cutters. You can stop sending us the link now.

Since so many of the oh-neat-look-at-this/design blogs out there fail to credit the man who made them, let us just say for the record that they were created by artist FRANKIE FLOOD, who, according to his website is "an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, where he teaches in Foundations and is currently co-area head in Jewelry & Metalsmithing at UWM."

That is all. Carry on.

UPDATE: We interview pizza-cutter artist Frankie Flood »


Leftovers: The Day's Stray Links

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Go, Gramps! 72-year-old pizza shop worker foils robber with beer can. [AP] Parmesan Used as Collateral: 17,000 tons of the cheese are being held against loans made to Italian cheesemakers. [Bloomberg via pizzamaking.com] Seminar: How to start your own portable, wood-fired-oven catering business. October 2–4; Boulder, Colorado; $800. [Eventbrite] Seen It! Yes, we've already blogged about the Frankie Flood motorcycle-inspired custom pizza cutters. Like, back in 2005. [Neatorama]Pizza news and reviews from across the U.S. and around the world, after the jump.... More

Leftovers: The Day's Stray Links

Slice Adam Kuban 2 comments

Seen It! Yeah, yeah, yeah. We saw the "green pizza box." And blogged it here last week. Oh, and it's not so green, btw. [Slice] Here We Go! The first in what will surely soon be an onslaught of grilled pizza stories. [Bay Area Bites] Masterpizza: Affordable artwork inspired by, and fits in, a pizza box. [Dayton Daily News] NYC - Motorino: Acclaimed Williamsburg newcomer to open its garden tomorrow. [Eater] New Pizza Blog: The title of this thing sounds less like a pizza blog than a Learning Annex seminar. [How to Blog About Pizza Online]... More

In Videos: Heart Attack Grill

A Hamburger Today Adam Kuban 39 comments

This Heart Attack Grill link seems to be making the rounds, with both Robyn Lee and I getting bombarded with emails. So, to appease and please the beefy masses, here you go. We are officially blogging it. CBS visits... More

Dear Serious Eats: 'Enough with the Damn Year-End Reviews!'

Adam Kuban 39 comments

I was wondering when someone would express this sentiment. From the Serious Eats inbox ... Why the fuck did I read your site all year when it turns out I can just tune in this week and get an entire year's worth of shit in my RSS feeder? Enough with the damn reviews clogging things up. I can't find the new material for all this review shit. Stop it. Stop it now!—Holli on vacation with a damn Google reader clogged with stuff I've already seen... More

Joy Kampia's Crocheted Hamburger Dress

A Hamburger Today Adam Kuban 13 comments

Joy Kampia I think this hamburger dress, made by Joy Kampia in August 2005, must be making the meme-rounds on the internets lately. I've just had the third person in two days just ping me with it. But it's... More

New York Times' $25 and Under, Sandwich and Hot Dog Edition

New York Robyn Lee 1 comment

Today the New York Times covers cheap sandwiches and hot dogs in Downtown Manhattan in their $25 and Under column, all of which we've conveniently reviewed on Serious Eats New York. Check out our reviews of Porchetta, Dogmatic, and... More

12-Year Old McDonald's Hamburger, Still Looking Good

A Hamburger Today Robyn Lee 53 comments

Photograph taken by Karen Hanrahan UPDATE: We experimented with other burgers to break the myth of the 12-Year Old McDonald's Burger That Just Won't Rot. The McDonald's hamburger on the right is from 2008; the one on the left... More

Soda vs. Pop vs. Whatever: What Do You Call Cola Drinks?

Adam Kuban 60 comments

This pop vs. soda map is circulating again. It's from waaaaaay back, but, funny enough, we've never blogged about it on Serious Eats. Probably because it was way old even when we launched in late 2006. Do you call that brown-sugar-water stuff soda or pop? Or something else entirely? When I was a kid, I remember an older gent at my church urging us youngsters to go get some "fizzler" while there was still some left. Never heard that one before or since. Oh well. [via Food Mayhem]... More

Look! Googleburgers

A Hamburger Today Adam Kuban 34 comments

Photograph by ccaviness on Flickr Not that you haven't seen these before, in some form or another, but this photo made the rounds recently and some people wanna see it on AHT. It's an array of Krispy Kreme doughnut... More

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