Domino’s has joined forces with Heinz for the creation of a brand-new pizza special that’s inspired by the most important meal of the day.
Over the years, Domino’s has cemented itself as being a go-to takeaway option for hungry people right across the UK, but now, the much-loved pizza company is clearly aiming to cure hangovers and take the breakfast world by storm while they’re at it – and so, has teamed up with Heinz especially for the occasion.
Introducing the ‘Domino’s x Heinz Big Brekkie Pizza’.
Inspired by the beloved Full English fry up, the limited-edition Big Brekkie Pizza is on the original Domino’s tomato base, and then it comes topped with Cumberland sausages, bacon, mushrooms, chopped tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and your choice of two classic Heinz sauces drizzled all over the top.
Whether you’re a red or a brown sauce kind of person, you can pick from Heinz Tomato Ketchup or HP Brown Sauce to accompany your pizza.
Domino’s has admitted its newest creation is its “sauciest of pizza yet”, and has revealed the collaboration with Heinz was in the making for well over a year – with the pizza company saying getting the toppings just right took some time.
Speaking on the launch of the new pizza creation, Chloé Schiltz – Brand Manager at Kraft Heinz – said: “Long has the nation debated on whether you put Heinz Tomato Ketchup or HP Sauce on your breakfast, and now, we can’t wait to find out which of our sauces reigns supreme on Domino’s Big Brekkie pizza.”
The Big Brekkie Pizza is now available to order from Domino’s branches nationwide, but some foodie fans aren’t completely convinced by the new creation and have pointed out that a few breakfast staples seem to be missing as toppings.
One person questioned on the Domino’s announcement post on Facebook: “No hash browns, egg, black pudding or beans, so it’s not a full breakfast pizza.”
“They have every single one of these toppings all year every year, the only ‘new’ thing is the ketchup/brown sauce drizzle which you could easily do at home,” another fan pointed out on Facebook.
And a third wrote: “Not breakfast without egg. Put an egg on it.”
In the latest twist that virtually everyone saw coming, the Tyson Fury vs Anthony Joshua fight looks like it has been called off yet again. Is anyone even still bothered at this point?
Fury broke the news via Instagram on Monday evening, revealing that he had not received a signed contract from Joshua before his self-imposed 5pm deadline and that the long-awaited all match-up is now off the table.
Joshua’s last two fights came against the Usyk, in which he lost both the first bout and the rematch, going viral with a rather bizarre speech in the immediate aftermath.
As well as questioning how the Ukrainian could have beaten him when he’s “not strong”, he references everything from the Russian invasion to his weight and time in prison.
As for Usyk, he is the only real opponent Fury is likely to face and the pair have been open about arranging a fight, despite both having made it quite clear that they hope to retire in the new future.
Gary Neville insists he has ‘no intention’ of going into politics
Gary Neville has made his stance clear and insisted that he has absolutely “no intention” of going into politics in the future.
The former Manchester United and England footballer, turned manager, pundit, and commentator, made a guest starring appearance at the 2022 Labour Party Conference yesterday – which is currently being held in Liverpool – to give a speech at an event about the future of football.
The Bury-born 47-year-old also threw his support behind party leader Sir Keir Starmer.
But despite becoming a followed figure and somewhat of a voice on current political affairs since his retirement from the game, and most significantly within the last couple of years of Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic, and under the leadership of several Conservative Prime Ministers, Neville has claimed that he still does not intend to venture into politics.
He also said that he was “not going to be tempted” to become an MP and stand in the upcoming by-election in West Lancashire.
The former right back said he does not “need to be an MP” to support the Labour party.
Neville told BBC Politics that a venture into politics is “something I’ve been asked about regularly over the last 12 – 18 months,” but clarified that he’s “got no intention of going into politics at all”, primarily because “I love what I do so much”.
He continued: “The reality is I love what I do so much. I love what I do in football, I love what I do in Greater Manchester with the businesses that I co-own, and I have to say I wouldn’t want to give that up as I feel as though I’m happy in what I’m doing.
“I want to continue doing the things that I’m doing locally in Greater Manchester.
“And I have to say that I feel politically motivated, but I can do as much, I think, for the Labour Party by being here as I can do being an MP.