At some point it dawned on Pizza Hut executives that sometimes people don’t want to eat pizza. Affixing foods people might want to eat more than pizza—say, hot dog bites—is not the most elegant solution.
Having made the rounds in Canada, the UK and Australia since 2012, Pizza Hut is finally bringing its bizarre hot dog stuffed crust pizza to U.S. stores later this month. Tentative hooray!
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.
The spiraling shape will make you go insane, but everyone wants to eat that crazy thing. Today Pizza Hut launches their brave new menu, packed with new ingredients, strange crust variants and maddening spirals of special sauce. I don't even know where to start.
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 have three words to say to this pizza: Get in my belly. Wait, that's four.
The first thing this concept video for a fully interactive tabletop Pizza Hut touch ordering system gets wrong is imagining a future where people still dine in at Pizza Hut.
A Pizza Hut in Tokyo looks, well, not quite like the other Pizza Huts in Japan—or anywhere else, for that matter.
You had one trip to the salad bar. So dammit, you had to make it count.
For years, pizza scientists at delivery powerhouse Pizza Hut have been chumming international waters with the most bizarre combinations of dough, sauce, cheese and stuff. They've made pizza with hot dogs in the crust. Fish sticks and prawns. Cheeseburgers. Some of these magnificent creations have made it as far as…
Jesus Christ, you can order a pizza from your Xbox 360? Yes, thanks to Pizza Hut and Xbox Live, whose 172.65 megabyte food-downloadin' app is now available for hungry hungry neckbeards like me and Fahey.
Only the juggernaut that is Pizza Hut would have the balls to spend millions of dollars on post-Super Bowl advertising to introduce the world to its version of the tiny pizzas they sell in the Wal-Mart freezer section for a dollar apiece. They aren't bad, but your time to really enjoy them is quickly running out.
The majority of snacks I've reviewed over the past couple of years for Snacktaku have been happy accidents. I wasn't planning on putting them in my mouth and writing about them—it just happened. This year I am changing things up. This year I have an eating agenda—there are five foods that shall not escape my mouth in…
Why thank you, internet, for bridging the gap between two countries and giving those of us confined to the states a delicious look at the UK-exclusive Halo Anniversary Edition pizza from Pizza Hut.
EA and Pizza Hut have teamed up for the Rumble in the Ring Ultimate Fight Sweepstakes, in which entrants can win a custom Xbox 360 or a trip to watch men punching each other.
Pizza Hut has been taking care of lazy gamers for decades now, and they see no reason to stop now. Along with a free 30-day trial of game rental service GameFly, every time you order a pizza from Pizza Hut Online from now until July 26th you are automatically entered to win the Gamer's Fantasy Package, containing…