Widely considered to be have been originated in Italy, pizza has taken different forms and every region has customized pizza according to local tastes and availability of ingredients. Even though no one needs an encouragement to go out and grab a slice of pizza, there’s a Pizza month (October ta da!!) to remind you of the same. Forget cheese or hotdog-stuffed crust. Feast your eyes on the list of bizarre pizzas from all over the world.
1. The Cadbury Creme Egg Pizza | EnglandThis over-the-top Cadbury Crème Egg pizza is a 10-inch pie "covered with chocolate sauce, sprinkled with marshmallows, brownie, and meringue and topped with a soft crème egg”. Also called as the "I Am The ResurrEGGtion,” you will find it at Crazy Pedro's, a pizza parlor in Manchester, England.
2. Crocodile Pizza | SydneyYes!! You read it right! Try out this saltwater crocodile pizza at the Australian Hotel at the Rocks, Sydney.
3. Lollipop PizzaHow can pizza be so cute? Bite-sized pizza lollipops sounds perfect especially if you wish to sample lots of different topping?
4. Chocolate Pizza | UKWhat is Chocolate Pizza? A pizza with a Belgian chocolate base topped with milk chocolate covered honeycomb balls, white marshmallows, white chocolate curls and dizzying array of nuts. Well, it doesn’t have cheese but who is complaining? Not me.
5. The $2,000 Gold-Leaf Pizza | ManhattanA pie topped with 24-karat gold leaves, French foie gras, truffles, English Stilton cheese and dollops of Ossetra caviar. Available for $2,000 at Industry Kitchen in the Financial District.
6. Banana Curry Pizza | SwedenYou will the banana curry pizza under the sections of menu in Sweden. Well, it’s not any different from a Hawaiian in that it pairs ham with a sweet fruit. The topping combination of Pizza Africana is very interesting - peanuts, bananas, chicken, pineapple rings and loads of curry powder
7. Horse Meat Pizza | DenmarkThe Danish have taken the already flamboyant pizza to another level by adding horse meat to it.
There's no better feeling in the world than a warm pizza box on your lap.
“You called me and said you were home and wanted to go out for a pizza."
"I did? What time is it?"
"Time for pizza." Catarina replied.
(Cassandra Clare, The Fall of the Hotel Dumort)