Benedictions: The Pope in America

Benedictions: The Pope in America


Hold the Pope-roni

posted by David Gibson

Pope%20Pizza.jpgCan’t get enough of Benedict? Or was il papa not your taste? You might try this curiosity–a pope made out of pizza dough. Prudence Emma Staite is a British (did I have to add that?) experimental food artist (don’t ask me) who recently exhibited various Roman icons made out of pizza crust. As the Daily Mail explains, she used a third of a ton of dough to make Benedict XVI (or something pope-like) as well as the Coliseum and the Spanish Steps. Apparently, Prudence has also created many chocolate paintings and sculptures along with edible life-size rooms and jewelry.



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