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No Crust Pizza

Pizza without crust
 
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A lot of people don't like pizza crust, but I think you can make a crust less pizza by overflowing the sides of the pizza with sauce, cheese and toppings, that way the crust would be covered and it would be easier to eat, though people would end up with greasy fingers if they pic an slice, but some people enjoy licking their greasy fingers, or they could use a knife and fork.
appdirect, Jun 10 2014

Not at all related but I like their marketing campaign http://totinos.tumblr.com
[bob, Jun 15 2014]

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       What's needed is a hollow spherical pizza, with the inside of the sphere coated uniformly with toppings (which would now have to be called insidings).
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 11 2014
  

       Not a bad idea, in my opinion. My favorite part is the middle of the middle. This would help this. I would go crustless. (And why that sounds naughty is beyond me)
blissmiss, Jun 11 2014
  

       [Max-B] A Klein Bottle pizza might be easier to pick up
hippo, Jun 11 2014
  

       Spherical hollow pizza with the toppings on the outside.
8th of 7, Jun 11 2014
  

       //Spherical hollow pizza with the toppings on the outside.//   

       As my steamed colleague [MaxwellBuchanan] pointed out, the toppings should be on the *inside* of the sphere. Otherwise the base will never cook properly, and you'll wind up with a soggy mess.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 11 2014
  

       The oven goes on the inside, silly.
pocmloc, Jun 11 2014
  

       That's likely to put the cost of the pizza beyond the reach of the people who normally eat pizza.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 11 2014
  

       Negative crust pizza: made without dough
sninctown, Jun 12 2014
  

       That would be zero-crust pizza, shirley ?
8th of 7, Jun 12 2014
  

       Is the entire base of the pizza made of crust, or only the burnt edge?
pocmloc, Jun 12 2014
  

       Youre thinking too far ahead man! Most restaurants are still having trouble making pizza that tastes good.
bob, Jun 14 2014
  

       The best pizza spin-off Ive had were pizza rolls, they were full sized and predated the pillsbury/totinos variety. They stopped making them in like 1992!? but I remember it being a good combination.
bob, Jun 14 2014
  

       //What's needed is a hollow spherical pizza, with the inside of the sphere coated uniformly with toppings//   

       I know you can spread a topping-like substance uniformly around the inside of a circle by placing the toppings inside the circle and spinning the object rapidly around the axis through the circle's center, but is there any such motion you can apply to a spherical object to do the same?
ytk, Jun 15 2014
  

       Cut the crust off that you don't want. Feed it to the dog, when your Mom is not looking ?
popbottle, Jun 17 2014
  
      
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