Domino's Have Launched A Pizza With Garlic Bread As A Crust
If you - like me - are enduring something of a tough start to the week, help is on the way. That help is arriving in the news that Domino's will soon be bringing out a garlic bread pizza crust.
Doesn't that make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? There is some hope for us all, after all.
Imagine sitting down for one of those in front of the telly on a Saturday evening.
Domino's Pizza have announced that the combo will be launched soon, so you'll be tucking into this hybrid delicacy before you know it - if you happen to live in the correct country.
Oh, there's a catch.
As is usually the case with stuff like this, you have to be in Australia to reap the benefits. So far that is the only place you can get. Strewth.
It's always the way, though. It'll probably be a huge hit there, so they'll have to bring it out everywhere. That's what we should all be telling ourselves, anyhow.
Domino's describe the franken-pizza thusly: "It's the ultimate hybrid pizza garlic bread crust, it's the best combination of buttery garlic bread and pizza."
Big talk, indeed. That said, you can imagine that it would be pretty damn good, so their confidence is understandable.
The combo was announced in the unveiling of the new Summer menu down under. Yes, not content with getting all of the good food before it makes its way over here, it is also sunny and warm out there.
Domino's Australia Group CEO and Managing Director, Don Meij said: "This summer Domino's is looking forward to being a part of the unforgettable spirit of summer and giving Aussies the most delicious and biggest menu ever."
So, what can we expect toppings-wise then?
Well, they've gone big and expansive with some of the new flavours that you can get.
For example, how does Korean BBQ Steak sound? What about BBQ Steak and Bacon (Steakon, surely?)
If they're not for you, how about garlic chicken, or bacon ranch. There's also chipotle steak. These all sound like good options.
I mean, if out there pizza is your thing - how about this?
Then when you add in the fact that the crust will be made of garlic bread, you've got a sure fire winner right there.
Naturally, people are getting quite excited about this online. To be fair, you can't blame them. If you're in Australia, go and buy it so they see the light and roll it out over here.
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