That sad, empty feeling when the last slice of pizza gets eaten might be a little easier to bare now that Pizza Hut in the UK will be packing its pies in special boxes that turn into a pair of playable DJ decks, complete with mixer, letting you follow up dinner with some jams.
The latest addition to Astonishing Studio’s line of “sets Lego should really be making” is a miniature Pizza Hut that dispenses personal pan pizzas after you feed it five dollars using a working currency slot. Imagine having pizza on-demand at your desk at all times, suddenly you’ll look forward to going to work.
Like many children of the ‘80s, Pizza Hut occupies a special place in my heart. Those red-roofed, linoleum-floored restaurants are woven into my early childhood memories as palaces of delectably greasy pizza, texture-perfect breadsticks, and carefree Saturday afternoons.
Hot dogs and pizza are an underrated combination so Pizza Hut decided to Frankenstein the two together with a new ridiculous pizza: a pizza with a crust made from 28 mini hot dogs. Like 28 pigs in a blanket surrounding a pizza. Like a hot dog moat around a pizza castle. Like two pizzas in a pretzel dog pod.
Pizza and movies are like milk and cookies—they just go together and that’s that. Still, I wouldn’t ever want to combine milk and cookies into a single product (cookie flavored milk? milk flavored cookies?) and likewise, physically merging pizza and movies seems ill-advised.
A woman in Florida escaped from being held hostage on Monday thanks to Pizza Hut’s smartphone app, and employees who recognized her order.
Foodbeast found this beautiful mad scientist creation from Pizza Hut that combines everything that every person that was once a kid loves: pizza and Doritos chips. That is, they've cooked up a pizza that has a crust made with Doritos. The crust is stuffed with "molten" Mozzarella cheese and then topped with chips.
Pizza Hut is launching a brand new menu on November 19th and it sounds nuts. The options are so crazy—like Ginger Boom Boom and Get Curried Away crust and Honey Sriracha sauce—that I'm not even sure the word pizza can adequately describe it. I mean, there are more than 2 billion different pizza combinations now.
I don't know which of these cakes that look like fast food I like better. The Big Mac, the Chipotle burrito, the bucket of KFC, the Subway sandwich... I just can't decide. My only option is to shake my head in disbelief and then proceed to stuff my mouth with all of them.
Holy crap, it's real! As this new video shows, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Pizza Thrower—a full scale 12-foot-long version of the classic toy—actually works, throwing pizzas fast and far enough to actually hurt people with dough, cheese, and pepperoni projectiles. They should really call it the Pizza Tank.
It started with some Pittsburgh humor. Pittsburgh-based comedian Tom Musial does a bit about a GPS unit that can give directions in "Pittsburghese." Because in Pittsburgh, no one calls it "Interstate 376," it's "The Parkway." It's not "The Liberty Tunnel," it's "The Liberty Tubes."
The marijuana economy in California, battling obesity in Oklahoma City, the real underground in London, plus buildings that used to be Pizza Huts, and much more, all in this week's urban reads.
It's the question you likely ask yourself every weekend around 1:42 on Saturday morning: How long will it take for a pizza to reach my mouth? And, more importantly, who's delivering it? Now you know.
The Pizza Hut app is now available on the Xbox 360. You never need to leave your sofa ever again.
Are you good at Twitter? Do you know how to book that face? Perhaps even post more pictures than just food and cats on Instagram? Well, if you're a quick talker and a proud minute man or woman, Pizza Hut would like to interview you for 140 seconds about its Social Media Manager job.
Did you know there are pheromones in pizza? It's true. Anyone who has spent any time in college knows this. And so does Pizza Hut, which just came out with Pizza Hut Perfume.
We aren't getting an official stateside release of the obviously-inspired-by-America hot dog crust pizza from Pizza Hut. Sad. But Pizza Hut's trying to make it up to us with the return of Cheesy Bites pizza, which it horrifyingly refers to as the Pizza Hut version of the McRib. Hoo boy.
It just keeps getting weirder. I mean, at this point, you'd almost think Pizza Hut was trying to get out of the pizza game entirely. First there were hot-dog stuffed crusts, now they're rolling out burger-studded pies.
Fast food is loaded with salt. This should come at no surprise. What is surprising, however, is that the same menu items often have different salt levels depending on where they're served.
The great tragedy of modernist American cuisine is that the Pizza Hut hot dog stuffed crust pizza isn't available here. If you wanted one, you had to travel internationally—until now. Because Gizmodo loves you/wants to kill you, we brought this pizza to America where it belongs.