I make exactly ONE "stunt pizza" at home. It is a BBQ chicken pizza that I call the "Orange Bird" that features chicken and double application of a store-bought sweet bbq sauce. First I apply the sauce to the chassis and then, post-oven, I squeeze on a drizzle (it is, I suppose, *more* than a drizzle, but less than a full slather) on top. I've added this post-oven drizzle after I found the pice a little dry but that the sauce burns pretty easily when put on top pre-bake. In this case, (once I de-pan the pie) I put down (first) a heavy hand of post-oven Romano scattered on top, then after waiting a beat, I put down this sauce which finishes with the heat off the top of the pizza. Btw....you might be wondering what a 'stunt pizza' is? Urban Dictionary has an entry that sums up the term pretty well , but that's not where I picked up the term. It was from Pizza Blogger Adam Kuban - somewhere along the lines of following him online in various plac
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These two Disney MagicBands (Orange Bird on the left for him and Epcot Construction Walls on the right for her) barely had a chance. They got all gussied up and didn't get to live their best life. Sure, they rode the Magic Express and rode the boat from the Wilderness Lodge to the Magic Kingdom. But, they had so much more planned for their journey. These MagicBand stickers are different than the ones we've used in the past, but they seemed to work just fine. Here's hoping they'll get to live their best life one day. I've posted photos of some of our MagicBands over the years here on the blog including some of the original version (without the circle bump-out in the middle) here with Mary Poppins and Bert in 2016 and with Monorail Orange in 2016 , too. And the full boxed versions in 2015 and 2014 .
Add this cute little Orange Bird 2016 pin to the collection here on the blog as he was picked up earlier this year down in Florida. There's a lot to like on this one and that starts with Orange Bird. I posted about him about a year ago here on the blog . Then...look at the vintage Walt Disney World logo at the bottom of the pin? Pretty awesome. The AP Figment pin that I posted in April was the first of the 2016 pins, but this Orange Bird one isn't the last.