I don't always take pictures of pizzas I eat - well, that's a lie, I tend to take pictures of most stuff I eat but my point was that when I bother with picking out the good ones and uploading - then I also love sharing (i.e. making people jealous).
Don't be shy, drool away!
|Pepperoni with BBQ sauce on the right, eggplants on the left|
|Super thin crust pizza, topped with green olives|
|Tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, basil leafs, fresh rustic mozzarella|
|Two slices of pizza with olives, one with mushrooms, lots of dry galic powder|
|Huge olds chool slice, incredibly rich with sauce and cheese|
|This pizza was amazing while it was how, but then all of a sudded it went bad on us|
|Mushrooms and NY hot pastrami|
|Corn, pineapple and eggplants are all great pizza toppings|
|A slice of Sbarro is a slice of life|
|A thin crust pizza with arugula as a topping and then more cheese over the arugula|
|Pepperoni Dominos, a true classic when delivered properly|
|Two slices of USA pizza, one of the true old timers in this area, amazing taste|
|Portabello mushrooms make an excellent pizza topping and a good sustitute for meat|
|All pepperoni and half corn with extra cheese - It's hard to say no to free toppings|
|A non triangular pizza but it was the biggest slice on the tray so I took it|
|MOAR pepperoni with BBQ sauce, cos it's just that good|
|Cherry tomatoes, green olives and mushrooms|
|Double cheese pepperoni with corn again, cos when I'm offered more - I accept|
|Mushrooms, tons of garlic, middle of the night|
|Dominos pepperoni pizza from the fridge I took to another level with double pepperoni & triple cheese & Sriracha on top|
Hope you enjoyed this little pizza gallery, I sure did.
All of the images and pizzas originate in Israel, mostly in Tel-Aviv (but not all), if you're traveling the area and in need for some pizza or just random food tips - you can contact me via the comments.
Anyhow, I'm off to grab a bite, all these pics made me a tad peckish.
The last slice, the one I personally upgraded - the second layer of pepperoni was veal with a black & white pepper crust, and the other cheese was goat gouda.
Also, I really love how Sriracha sauce loses some of the bite when it's heated and goes kinda smoky and sweet even.