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May 17, 2010

YUM

Italian prosecutors believe pizza in the southern city of Naples may be baked in ovens lit with wood from coffins dug up from the local cemetery, Italian daily Il Giornale reported on Monday.

(Thanks to Siouxie)

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Slices to die for!

When your pizza tastes grave
Go ahead: Ask - Be Brave:
'Dead Signore'??

*snork* at trustf8

Good one.

Graveyard specials?

Also, LOL @ trustf8!

Remind me not to order Italian sausage on my next pizza. "Made from real Italian" might not be a joke.


"The flavor in this pizza's just dead," he said cryptically.

They could save even more money and combine a pizzeria with a crematorium.

Don't ask who's what's in the Special.

This is wonderful. I'm having pizza for supper.

Bodies stacked like cord wood. Reminds me of that funeral home in...where was that... oh, yeah NC. You might want to be a little leary cindy.

It's not delivery. It's DiCeased. I like my pizza with glass onions.

*makes note to avoid 'self-rising' crust*

Well, they're not baking pizzas in those ovens 24/7 and every....bodies looking for ways to make a little extra... Maybe I just discovered the next step in the evolution of the business.

No more stuffed crust for me.

Hey, they already doing this in NYC!

Especially if they needa get rida a body.

Ever had the smoked beefy pizza? Where do you think that smoky smell/tatse comes from?

We make pizza the same way in New Jersey.

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