Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Someone sent this message and we couldn’t believe it so someone called the Road Kill Pizza company and sure enough, it is true.
We asked him where he was getting the meat (he described it as post mortem meat) and he said France. He said it is only for the Super Bowl. He said his Super Bowl pizzas are a predictor of the winner. Can they serve meat that isn’t USDA inspected???
Below is the info on the pizza. I didn’t ask the name of the person I spoke to but here is the number I called. I think they may have received a few calls because he didn’t answer the phone with the company name – I had to ask if it was Road Kill Pizza and he was quite enthusiastic about describing the pizza.
Road Pizza Company
Ira Scott, (219) 916-8402
Horse And Jambalaya Pizza Predicts Super Bowl Outcome
Wednesday, January 27, 2010 17:21 GMT
MERRILLVILLE, Ind. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – The fate of Super Bowl XLIV lies in one weird pizza pie.
Every year, Ira Scott of Road Kill Pizza company creates a special pizza representing the two teams playing in the Super Bowl.
This year’s pigskin pie will be topped with horse meat jerky on the Indianapolis Colts side and a cajun jambalaya mix of crawfish, shrimp, ham, chicken, and sausage on the New Orleans Saints side.
The wacky pie will be divided evenly down the middle by a cheesy “scrimmage line,” although one half has the edge.
Scott says the better-tasting side typically yields the winning team.
In this case, he thinks the horse meat – imported from France – tastes better than the jambalaya “mish- mash” so therefore the Colts will win the Super Bowl.
Scott adds, “The pizza is NEVER wrong.”
He used horse meat on the pizza in 2007 for Super Bowl XLI and the Colts came out victorious then, too.
Maybe someone should contact the Colts PR guy to let him know what a terrible idea this is...as DOES NOT bode well for the Colts;
CLICK ON TITLE ABOVE TO GO TO THE COLTS contact page; http://secure.colts.com/mail.cfm
Once you open the link, it should open up on Blues page where you too can ask him a question.
Indiana Man Makes Worlds Strangest Pizzas;