The House of Pizza may not be as popular as its official Twitter account, but the app’s Twitter feed and Instagram account have been filling up with new recipes, including a pizza with cream cheese and tomato sauce, a vegan chicken nachos, and a pizza topped with pepperoni.
The app’s Instagram account has more than 500,000 followers.
We caught up with house party official Justin McLeod, who runs the app, to learn how it works.VICE: Hey Justin, thanks for taking the time to talk to us.
How did you first start building the House of Pizzas Twitter feed?JEFFERSON: Yeah, it started as just a way for me to get in touch with people and talk about my new recipes and my stuff.
I didn’t really have a lot of people following me on Twitter or Instagram or anything, so I just started putting things up there, and then a couple of months ago, I had a lot more followers than I did followers on Twitter.
And so I was kind of like, “Okay, I need to get more people on Twitter to see what I’m cooking,” so I started tweeting about it.
It kind of exploded.
So it was a natural progression, just kind of getting more and more followers and more people seeing what I was doing, and it’s just grown to this incredible thing.
VICE: Do you plan to expand beyond the House Party account?JF: I think so.
I mean, I would love to expand and expand and grow.
I think that the House is a really fun thing to be a part of, and the house party, as you know, has been a great experience, and I think it can definitely grow into a bigger platform, but right now, I’m kind of focused on the House party.
I’m not really doing any house parties, so it’s more focused on House of Bites and House of Bacon, and we’ll see what happens.VICE.COM: House of Bite is the house of bacon.
What is the House’s signature dish?JFF: The House is known for its house of bite, which is a type of pancake that’s made with a mixture of eggs, bacon, and sausage.
I actually don’t think it’s a pancake, but it’s sort of a pancak with a side of gravy.
So I don’t know, I guess I’d call it a pancayo.
You’ve been known to eat a lot.
How often do you eat out?JMF: I definitely, I really do eat out.
I just think that it’s really fun and great and really rewarding.
I’ve been doing a lot and getting better at eating, so the only real thing is I just try to eat when I can.
VICE, You’ve mentioned House of Sausages, but what else is new for you?JFB: The only new thing that I’m adding to House of Sliders is the recipe.
The recipe is going to be new to the House, and that’s going to start with the recipe for the house meat.
So House of Meat is going a little bit different from what House of Crunch, which I’m a big fan of, so there will be a new flavor that we’ll introduce in the house version of House of Sauce.
I want to say that this will be an all-new recipe, but I’ll be releasing the recipe as soon as it’s ready.
VICE Canada: I have to say, it’s interesting to hear that House of Pork is getting a new recipe.
Did you ever envision House of Pain as a meat-centric app?JSF: I did a little experiment with House of Pigs, but House of Pancakes was the one that I really wanted to build out from the ground up.
So if House of Pig is going into House of the Past, I want House of Pan.
I wanted House of Scratch to be an app where you can go in and just get recipes for things like pizza and chicken and beef and everything.
I like to be able to make my own recipes and put them on my own website, so that I can really showcase that I have a passion for that, that I love to cook and that I would want to have on my website, and people can check it out.
VICE Japan: How did House of House go from being an iPhone app to a social media app?
JMF: It just took off.
It was just kind, I mean the whole concept of House, as a house party and a house, was just this idea of this party, and all of a sudden, it took off and I was like, Oh my God, it really does take off.
So yeah, it was definitely an early sign of it being a real success.
VICE Germany: What are some of the most important things you’ve learned in your career so far?JJ: One of