This Week in Pizza — August 3

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Got a craving for kangaroo? You can order a pizza topped with the iconic marsupial’s tender and well-seasoned flesh, along with some tasty emu, at pizzerias all around Sydney, Australia, according to a new survey of the world’s weirdest pizzas by TasteTalks.com. Granted, a few of the choices don’t sound all that weird—the sausage and egg pie served at a Dublin restaurant is pretty much your standard breakfast pizza. But the Haggis Pizza, a Scottish mainstay featuring sheep hearts, lungs and livers, definitely freaks us out a little bit.

What about the pizza with the crispy Corn Flakes crust? Get a taste at PMQ.com.

 
 

The Pizza Kitchen: Pizza Balls with Nutella (Sponsored)

Hazelnut spread tastes like a spoonful of heaven. PMQ’s Brian Hernandez shows how to whip up a Nutella-based dessert item that’s easy to make and sure to please.

View the recipe video at PMQ.com.

 
 

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The Pizza ATM: Expand Your Pizzeria Without Added Labor (Sponsored)

It already has a proven track record in Europe. Now the Pizza ATM has come to America, serving up piping-hot, fresh-from-the-oven pizzas with the convenience of a vending machine. And it can help you increase your market share and offer round-the-clock sales at high-traffic locations. 

See how the Pizza ATM can net more than $60,000 in one year at PMQ.com.

 
 

Free Water Goes a Long Way on a Hot Summer’s Day

Hot late-July weather in Springfield, Missouri, gave the co-owners of Calgaro’s Pizzeria a pretty cool idea: free bottled water for everyone. The pizza shop earned coverage from the News-Leader when owners Tony Rank and Allen Brown set up a stand in Park Central Square and handed out 600 bottles of water to everyone from Pokemon hunters to the homeless. “It became a pay-it-forward kind of deal,” Brown told the News-Leader, “a chance to give back to the community.”

Read more about it at PMQ.com.

 
 
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