Slice: Deep-Fried Pizza
"We're brought up on rubbish and, as parents, we give our children rubbish to eat,' Ms. Ski said at the fish and chips shop, known as a chippie, in Mary Hill, a working-class enclave of Glasgow. Life today is a mad rush, she said, and few people have time for a proper sit-down dinner. 'There just isn't anywhere to go to get something quick that isn't rubbish.'
Paul Jaconelli, the owner, grimaced when he spoke of the 100 fried pizzas he sells a week, or the fact that there are 10 chippies on one stretch of Mary Hill road, not to mention the Chinese and curry take- outs. 'To eat healthy costs more money,' he said, 'and there is a wee bit of laziness, as well. People are not as active as they should be here and they don't cook as much at home.' "from my email
Roll Up, Roll Up - For Free Haggis Pizza
Supermarket chain Morrisons has been struggling to convince customers,
particularly in Scotland, that their takeover of the Safeway stores was a good
move. But they are trying hard and on the day before Scotland met Italy in their
vital World Cup football qualifier, they attempted to blend the tastes of the
two cultures by producing Italian pizza with a Scottish haggis topping. Perhaps
they anticipate that this clash of tastes might not go down too well, so they
are giving slices of the "Caledonia" pizzas away free throughout the day only
at their Easterhouse, Glasgow, store. The manager says that he hopes the
Scotland team will follow the haggis example - and come out on top.haggis pizza - Google SearchUniversity of Openess: No Tuition Fees! No Objectivity! No Success! - Burns Night
: "The immortal hoover pipe has been located, and will be used for the haggis pizza parade"Slice: A Slice Only Groundskeeper Willie Could Love
: "'We use our margarita pizza and add haggis and just a pinch of fresh parsley. "