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Tuesday, 9 February 2010

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Times Are A Changing For The Humble Pizza

Fantastic news emerging from the UK confirms that Turkish fast food tycoon Ali Bullo will be selling the very first Full English Breakfast Pizza from all of his outlets, starting tomorrow.

Foodies, chefs, greasy-spoon proprietors and Italians have long maintained that the Full English Breakfast Pizza would never be anything other than an impossible dream, but it seems that Ali Bullo has finally proved them all wrong.

Ali Bullo, the proprietor of Britain's top chippy and operator of dozens of kebab, fried chicken and pizza emporia perfected the first perfect Full English Breakfast Pizza yesterday morning, and rushed it into production immediately all across his fast food empire.

The dish is believed to consist of fried eggs, bacon rashers, pork sausages, baked beans, grilled tomatoes, mushrooms, black pudding slices and a lamb chop served on a pizza base. With optional melted mozzarella and pineapple chunks with fried sliced bread.

"This will be big success," Ali Bullo beamed. "Can have thin crust or deep pan. This make me rich man. In kebab shop can have fried chicken too, and doner meat, with chilli or garlic sauce. Or bladdy all of it! The works innit! Genius me!"

Ali Bullo later informed us that he was running trials on Sunday Roast Dinner Pizza, Chicken Tikka Masala Pizza, and Sausage Mash And Beans Pizza and expected to saturate the market before the summer.

The Full English Breakfast Pizza will retail at £4.00 for the nine inch, and £5.50 for the twelve inch, with individual slices coming in at an affordable £1.50.

Additional charges will apply for fried chicken or doner meat, but sauces will come as standard.

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