Are pizzas really the perfect way to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
How will you be celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Are you organising a street party Heading to Hyde Park to see Paul McCartney strum his guitar
Or will you be staying at home and tucking into that most English of meals — the British Breakfast Pizza
Apparently, this is what Marks & Spencer thinks we should all be doing, as it launches this inventive culinary creation as part of its ‘Best of British’ range designed to celebrate Her Majesty’s 60 years on the throne.
Italian speciality: So why are stores using pizzas to mark the Queen's Jubilee
Never mind that pizzas come from Italy or we find it very hard to imagine the Queen ordering her dinner from Pizza Express, you’ll find all your favourites on it — bacon, Cumberland sausage, mushrooms — as well as brown sauce.
But M&S is not the only company trying to re-invent the humble pizza. At Jamie Oliver’s new pizzeria, Union Jacks, you can eat fish-pie pizza, with smoked pollock, cockles and potatoes, while The Gloucester Old Spot pizza includes crackling, quince puree, raw apple, stinky Stilton and watercress.
You probably won’t be tempted by Iceland’s offering — a doner kebab pizza. Yours for just 1.