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News slice! I hope you're sitting down, because this is a big one. Pizza Hut has gone and combined maccaroni and cheese with pizza to create not just one, but two, new pizzas. Are you having that?
Pizza Hut has created something called the Mac 'N' Cheese Stuffed Crust sharing pizza, just in time for National Mac and Cheese Day on Friday 14 July, which is a thing, apparently.
Do we get a day off work for that or?
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On its website, Pizza Hut writes: "So, what are these two types?" I hear you cry. We've got 'The Classic One': it's got a béchamel base, macaroni, cheese Sauce, triple cheese blend and crispy onions.
"Oh yes. If that doesn't take your fancy - well this definitely will. 'The BBQ One': this one's got a BBQ base, macaroni, cheese sauce, triple cheese blend, a BBQ drizzle and crispy onions. Tasting is believing with this one."
So, classic mac and cheese or mac and cheese with BBQ. The choice is yours, as should be the case with any pizza-based dinner decision. There's nothing quite as vile as having a 10" (pizza) shoe-horned down your larynx uninvited.
The news was met with glee by Pizza Hut's online fan-base, with one user, Lamo_Joe, arguing: "I've had more bad sex than I've had bad mac and cheese."
Solid argument, I suppose, but it may also be the case that he's had a hell of a lot more mac and cheese than he's had nooky nooky bumpy bumpy fun time.
Gareth Hopley, head of communications at Pizza Hut Restaurants, said of the cheesey move into mixing pizza and a popular pasta dish: "At Pizza Hut Restaurants we're constantly experimenting with new and innovative recipes as we want to create the tastiest menu around for our diners.
"You can't beat a bowl of mac 'n' cheese, and when combined with our famous stuffed crust - it really is a match-made in cheesy heaven. We can't wait for our guests to try it!"
The pizzas are limited edition and will be well and truly gone by the end of the year, so if you do want to try one you'll have to get in their quick, and have a spare £21.95 lying about (alternatively a debit card).
What do you guys reckon? Is this a sign of the End Times or a delicious treat for serious fans of carbohydrates?
Words: Ronan O'Shea
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