These pizzas are cooked with solar-powered delivery boxes

Making a pizza with a brick-oven is so old-fashioned. It's time to go green. A couple of students from Brooklyn's James Madison and Edward R. Murrow high schools will be out in Manhattan's Union Square tomorrow to show off their solar-powered pizza boxes. Who wants a slice?

According to Gothamist, these solar-powered pizza boxes can reach up to 200-degrees on a hot day — that's hot enough to cook an entire pizza pie. From what we can tell, the pizza box ovens use a whole lot of tin-foil and that's about it. That said, it's probably safe to touch the foil or you might go home with some burns.

No word on whether or not these pizzas are doughy or the crust sucks, but what do you expect from a sun-cooked slice? If you're in NYC and curious enough to give it a try, you can head over to the Union Square Greenmarket from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and grab a slice. Be sure to come and drop down your "review" of the slice in the comments if you do check it out. We might might pick one up ourselves!

Via Gothamist

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