In lieu of a real update, since I have been super busy all day and am about to go start a new job (hopefull, cross your fingers for me), I will link you to a blog post by "Famous" Brooklyn author Richard Grayson, from his blog Who Will Kiss The Pig
, which rather charmingly discusses the opening moments of Saturday's event. Check it out here
And then I am going to link some pictures taken by my friend Konstantin
of the latter portion of the evening.
|Scott Youth's "Breakfast Delight," and it was delightful.|
|Our "celebrity" judges (from left to right): Mama Celeste and Papa John, Monsieur Ferpu, the feral pussy, and myself. |
|That disgusting looking pizza was actually delicious.|
|A contemplative moment for the Slice Harvester and Monsieur Ferpu.|
|Sarah B's Arco Iris Delight, winner of Sweetest Pizza, with Skittle pepperonis and what tasted like melted Jolly Rancher sauce.|
|The Hungry Judges.|
|James Spruill's S'more Pie which was delicious and a major contender for Sweetest Pizza.|
|Johnny Coast, Slice Harvester's Vanna White, holding up "The Reuben Pizza," winner of Weirdest Ingredients, which featured a pile of potato chips and pickles on top and homemade sauer kraut!|
|Smo's "Pizza of the Ooze," winner of Weirdest Looking, being chowed on my the ravenous masses.|
|Pictured in blue plaid, Scott Youth, winner of Best Savory Pizza for his "Breakfast Delight" pie featuring homemade sausage!|
|The inimitable Bill Cashman|
And then I'm going to run out my door or else I'll be late! Back to the pizza tomorrow.
Scott Yute! We miss him.ReplyDelete
ps your pizza party/contest looks like a swell time
Woah! Your website rules!ReplyDelete
And do we know each other? I have spent a lot of time in Chattanooga.
I have long been a fan of your natural flair for disguise.ReplyDelete
I do think we've met, maybe seen in passing? I got your zine from Paulie who moved here last year.ReplyDelete
Drop me a line next time you're in town...we'll have a pizza party.