To celebrate Eurovision, the cheesiest event in the world, flatsharing site SpareRoom has launched a unique pizza topped with cheese from each of the 41 nations competing in this year’s song contest.
As pizza is the number one take away food for flatmates, with nearly half (45%) choosing it as their favourite dish to order in, SpareRoom wanted to give flatmates a Eurovision party feast they’ll never forget.
The ‘Quarantuno Formaggi’ is topped with a cheese sourced from all 41 nations singing in Eurovision this year.
Among this melted medley are Azerbaijan Kajmak Travnik, Cypriot Halloumi, Latvian Talsu Ritulis Green, French Camembert, Dutch Gouda, Spanish Manchego, Swiss Emmental and British Wensleydale.
Matt Hutchinson, Communications Director for SpareRoom said: “We hope by creating a unique pizza featuring cheeses from all 41 nations taking part, we can give flatmates the cheesiest Eurovision parties ever and a showstopper of a meal they’ll be talking about for a long time.”
For Eurovision-loving cheese enthusiasts, a limited run of the Quarantuno Formaggi will be available from 12.30pm-5pm and 6pm-10pm on the evening of the contest (18th May) at London pizzeria ‘Baz and Fred’s’.
The pizzas will be completely free, and available to order in person or online for delivery via Deliveroo on a first come, first served basis until they sell out.
For those not lucky enough to live in London, Spareroom has also released a simple recipe in the style of Quarantuno Formaggi for people to make at home in time for their Eurovision parties.