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Solar-powered delivery boxes that cook pizza

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on May 25th, 2011

Some students from Brooklyn’s James Madison and Edward R. Murrow high schools will be out in Manhattan’s Union Square tomorrow showing off their solar-powered pizza boxes. If you want a slice, be there. I’m hungry already.

These solar-powered pizza boxes are pretty impressive and can reach up to 200-degrees on a hot day and that is hot enough to cook pizza. We aren’t sure about all of the details. It just looks like tin-foil. Any excuse for some free pizza is fine with us though. Hopefully this will make the Pizza industry a bit greener.

Pizza Pi Cutter

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2010

Nerds love Pizza. They also love Pi and aren’t afraid to rattle off every digit of it, even though all you hear is “3.14-oh-my-god-shut-the-hell-up-you-nerd-bastard”. Anyhow, the next time you slice your pizza, you might want to use the Pizza Pi Cutter.

It’s made out of plastic with stainless steel blades and it’s shaped like the classic Pi symbol. It would be perfect if it only cost $3.14, but it’s $17.99. The dual blades will cut every slice perfectly, the way you want.

Star Trek Enterprise pizza wheel

Posted in Sci-Fi by Conner Flynn on September 21st, 2010

Trekkies love a good pizza. Who doesn’t? So if you are going to slice up a pizza, you may as well do it with the Enterprise. Set a course for the pepperoni frontier. This thing will slice your fresh pizza pie faster than phasers can slice through a Klingon warship.

The blade is made from laser-etched stainless steel, and the body is made from a durable zinc-alloy chromium plate. Mostly, it just looks awesome and you know it will impress your friends.

Multi-blade pizza slicer makes every slice perfect

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2009

Multi-blade pizza slicer makes every slice perfectSlicing a pizza isn’t exactly rocket science. And yet, somehow, you are always left with a few slices that don’t quite match up in size. That’s fine if you’re eating your pizza alone, but if you’re sharing this can lead to bloodshed. Pizza is delicious after all.

This Equalizer Multi-Blade Rocker Pizza Cutter guarantees that each and every slice is equal. This way you can eat your pizza in peace without anyone complaining. There’s one problem. It costs between $190 and $250 depending on the size.

This Pizza is saving our future

Posted in patents by Conner Flynn on April 30th, 2009

So, how do you upgrade the old pizza order and make the whole process greener? US Patent 7,051,919 has the answer. The Pizza Box is perforated and tears, converting itself into plates. It’s the future of pizza and would help save water as you don’t have to wash the plates.

A simple yet effective idea. It’s called the Green Box. The bottom is also perforated so you can fold it into a new box that conveniently fits in your refrigerator. That’s damn convenient.

Microwave Oven with a Pizza drawer

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 18th, 2009

Microwave Oven with a Pizza drawerThis microwave is for serious pizza lovers only. It makes reheating pizza easy. It’s a microwave oven with a built in pizza oven drawer underneath. The Stainless Steel Kenmore 1.1 cu. ft. Countertop Microwave & Pizza Oven with a Pizza Drawer Underneath has all of your standard microwave features.

It’s good to go with the usual popcorn button, defrost, reheat, etc and has several pizza reheating buttons. When it comes to pizza reheating there are four different temperature control settings and a button for each type of crust: Frozen Rising Crust, Frozen Regular Crust, Fresh Regular Dough, Fresh Par-baked Crust.

Pizza Scissors are how Martha Stewart slices a pizza

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on February 9th, 2009

Pizza Scissors are how Martha Stewart slices a pizzaThere are all kinds of pizza cutters on the market. There’s one for everyone’s style and personality. The Pizza Pro 3000 Circular Saw pizza slicer is for manly men, while this $20 pair of pizza scissors is more suited to those crafty Martha Stewart types.

It combines the slicer and the lifter into one device. If you like really thin slices by the look of it. Just cut your pizza like you cut a piece of paper, then use the spatula to transport it to your plate.


Pizza Pro 3000 Circular Saw is the manly way to slice pizza

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on February 4th, 2009

Pizza Pro 3000 Circular Saw is the manly way to slice pizzaSince the very dawn of pizza, when it’s mighty cooked aroma filled the air for the first time, the pizza cutter hasn’t changed much. But now some genius, and I’m not being sarcastic, has come up with the ultimate pizza cutting tool.

It’s the manliest, most hardcore pizza cutter ever. And though it won’t rev up like a real saw and cut both your pizza and the counter-top beneath, you will find yourself mimicking the powerful sound of the saw as you slice and dice and accidentally cut it into a million pieces due to fun overload.

US TiVo users can now order & track Domino’s Pizza

Posted in Tivo by Conner Flynn on November 17th, 2008

US TiVo users can now order & track Domino’s PizzaAmerican couch potatoes can thank TiVo and Domino’s Pizza for teaming up to offer them on-demand pizza ordering for broadband-connected TiVo subscribers. The service was announced for Australia earlier in the month, but USA users get the first crack at it. One weak point is the lack of a scheduled delivery option, but this may be just a taste of what’s to come as it shows that many differentiating types of applications could find their way to your TiVo box. Go ahead, order up. Just get off the couch now and then will ya?

Domino’s Pizza now delivers to Gotham city

Posted in Humor by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2008

Domino’s Pizza now delivers to Gotham city
Domino’s being the clever marketing whores that they are, are now braving crime-ridden streets and delivering to Gotham city. They even have a New Gotham City Pizza that comes in a special Gotham City Pizza Box, and is available for $9.99 through July 27. The special delivery box comes in four varieties that show off different parts of the Dark Knight’s costume: mask, arm gauntlets, chest emblem, and utility belt. The pizza itself has 50% more pepperoni than usual. Check out a video below of a delivery in action.

Dual Pizza oven: pizza in 90 seconds or less

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2008

Dual Pizza oven
As if by magic, this Dual Pizza Oven can take your dinner from a pile of dough with cheese and toppings to a steaming pizza in 90 seconds. That’s cooking two 12-inch pizzas simultaneously, not just one. Obviously frozen pizzas would take a bit longer, but still this is awesome news. The microwave is fast, but microwave pizza is terrible.

This oven combines 1440-watt coil heating elements with ceramic pizza stones. This distributes the heat evenly. The only thing we are unsure of is how it would fare with frozen pizza. That’s the only way this is a time saver, because if you’re making your own fresh pizza from scratch, you are investing way too much in the process and might as well open a Pizza shop. If you are the kind to pay $249.95 for a dual pizza oven, that may not be a bad idea.


Domino’s lets you stalk your pizza until delivery

Posted in Web 2.0,Websites by Nino Marchetti on January 30th, 2008

dominos-pizza-tracker.jpgWhat’s with the trend lately towards pizza going high tech? First we have Pizza Hut letting you text message your orders and now we have Domino’s getting into it by announcing its recently released pizza ordering tracking service. What’s next – flying pies landing on your front door step?

The Domino’s Pizza Tracker, much to the annoyance of its pizza delivery drivers, will let customers “follow the progress of their order online from the time they click the ‘Place Order’ button or hang up the telephone until the Domino’s delivery expert is knocking on their door.” To keep their drivers though from feeling like job performance is a huge issue (30 minutes or less?) you won’t find GPS trackers in the pizzas – management stated drive times will vary due to several factors, but you’ll at least know the pizza is on the way.

Pizza Hut unveils text message, mobile Web ordering

Posted in Web 2.0 by Nino Marchetti on January 18th, 2008

Pizza Hut Total Mobile AccessIf you happen to be a Pizza Hut fan and just can’t get home fast enough to order it for delivery, you can now text the company so they’ll be waiting with piping hot pizza in hand at your front door. Pizza Hut is calling this new service Total Mobile Access.

Pizza Hut’s Total Mobile Access service lets customers to order pizza from their mobile phones via text messaging or mobile Web. The world’s largest pizza company describes how to use the service: “Customers first log on to pizzahut.com to create their “Pizza Playlist,” a collection of up to four favorite orders…ordering is just a couple steps away either through text or mobile ordering.”