Food 'Breaking Bad' Fans Keep Throwing Pizza on Walter White's House

17:18  12 october  2017
17:18  12 october  2017 Source:   Food & Wine

Gordon Ramsay Can’t Handle This Chocolate and Bacon Pizza

  Gordon Ramsay Can’t Handle This Chocolate and Bacon Pizza Gordon Ramsay has openly proclaimed his hatred for pineapple pizza, which he was only willing to eat on Facebook Live for the sake of charity, but it looks like there’s another kind of pie that he might dislike even more: chocolate and bacon pizza. On July 16, Ramsay uploaded a video on YouTube of a clip from the first season of his FOX TV show, Hotel Hell, in which the celebrity chef travels the country to critique and advise hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. In the clip, Ramsay visits San Diego’s The Merk, which is now closed, where even assistant restaurant manager Dave Oliver was underwhelmed by the Italian bistro’s cuisine. “I wouldn’t serve any of our dishes to my dog,” Oliver said, adding that the restaurant’s chef has “given up.” After eating dry chicken dishes, Ramsay carries on to order the “chocolate pig,” a 10-inch dessert pizza made with white and dark chocolate, strawberries, and bacon. When Ramsay is presented with the pizza, he quickly states that he’s never seen a dessert look so unappetizing and spits it out seconds after his first and only bite. To read about the 20 worst things you can eat and why, click here.

‘ Breaking Bad ’ Fans Won’t Stop Throwing Pizzas On Walter White ’ s House . “There is nothing original or funny or cool about throwing a pizza on this lady’s roof,” Gilligan said during a “Better Call Saul” podcast Tuesday.

The woman who lives in the house used as Walter White ’ s residence on “ Breaking Bad ” is not happy. To be more specific, she’s not happy because fans of the show keep throwing pizzas on her roof, inspired by White ’ s famous pizza toss in the season three episode “Caballo Sin Nombre.”

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Gordon Ramsay Can’t Handle This Chocolate and Bacon Pizza

  Gordon Ramsay Can’t Handle This Chocolate and Bacon Pizza Gordon Ramsay has openly proclaimed his hatred for pineapple pizza, which he was only willing to eat on Facebook Live for the sake of charity, but it looks like there’s another kind of pie that he might dislike even more: chocolate and bacon pizza. On July 16, Ramsay uploaded a video on YouTube of a clip from the first season of his FOX TV show, Hotel Hell, in which the celebrity chef travels the country to critique and advise hotels, motels, and bed and breakfasts. In the clip, Ramsay visits San Diego’s The Merk, which is now closed, where even assistant restaurant manager Dave Oliver was underwhelmed by the Italian bistro’s cuisine. “I wouldn’t serve any of our dishes to my dog,” Oliver said, adding that the restaurant’s chef has “given up.” After eating dry chicken dishes, Ramsay carries on to order the “chocolate pig,” a 10-inch dessert pizza made with white and dark chocolate, strawberries, and bacon. When Ramsay is presented with the pizza, he quickly states that he’s never seen a dessert look so unappetizing and spits it out seconds after his first and only bite. To read about the 20 worst things you can eat and why, click here.

Breaking Bad may have finished almost two years ago, but that doesn’t mean that its fans have forgotten it. The latest way that fans have chosen to express their love for the show is to throw pizzas on top of Walter White ’ s actual house in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

People just can't stop throwing pizzas at Walter White ' s house . White may be a fictional character from the hit show Breaking Bad , but the house — and the couple that live inside — are very real.

Though Breaking Badhas been over for around four years now, die-hard fans of the show will likely recall one scene in which, in a fit of rage, show’s anti-hero protagonist, Walter White, tosses a pizza onto his roof that he’s supposed to bring home for dinner.

Try to ignore that tragic waste of an entire pizza. Okay, now get this: Even after all this time, fans of the show are still stopping by the actual location of Walter White’s Albuquerque, New Mexico home to toss pizzas of their own onto the roof. A bit odd, and very wasteful (save the pizza!), but maybe it would be a passable practical joke if the house was merely a prop, or abandoned after filming ended. Unfortunately, the house is still very much in use. In fact, a family who just wishes that the massive Breaking Bad fandom would leave them alone inhabits it.

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That should keep you from throwing pizzas on an old lady's roof. The pizza -riddled property is also up on Roadtrippers, a road trip-planning site, highlighted as a point of interest in Albuquerque. There, many Breaking Bad fans have shared their delight at coming within just feet of Walter White ' s house .

' Breaking Bad ' creator Vince Gilligan has chewed out fans who've thrown pizzas onto a New Mexico home so they can reenact a scene from the popular AMC series. The Albuquerque residence in question was used as the exterior for protagonist Walter White ' s house .

The family has become so frustrated with the constant stream of mischievous fans that they’ve decided to erect a “6-foot wrought iron fence” around their home in order to deter would-be pizza-tossers, according to NBC.

The daughter of the owner of the house says that people don’t just throw pizza on the roof, they steal rocks as souvenirs, too.

“We feel like we can't leave because when we, do something happens and that's ridiculous," she told KOB news. In the space of fifteen minutes, the news station counted at least ten tourists vying for pictures of the property.

Terrorizing a family at their home with old pizza is no way to conduct yourself, no matter how much you love a television, but pop culture super fans tend to be a little extreme in their passion: Recently, legions of fans of the sci-fi cartoon Rick and Morty stampeded into McDonald’s locations across the country demanding Szechuan Sauce.

This article was originally published on FoodAndWine.com

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