Pennsylvania restaurant makes Hillary Clinton-themed pizza with hot sauce

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  • The pizza is titled the "Madam President" pizza and will be served in the restaurant through the primary on Tuesday
  • The Democratic front-runner is scheduled to visit the community this week

Washington (CNN)The Pennsylvania primary is leading some voters to cook up some campaign curiosities, with the latest batch including a restaurant in the small community of Dunmore that offers Hillary Clinton-themed pizza.

The Democratic front-runner is scheduled to visit the community this week, and in honor of her arrival, Two Brothers Restaurant and Pizzeria have created a pizza just for her.
    Not only is the pizza in the shape of the campaign logo, but it features her favorite ingredient that she has said she never leaves the house without: hot sauce.
    Pizza has been a reoccurring special on the 2016 political menu. Ohio Gov. John Kasich was caught on the campaign trail eating his New York pizza with a fork — which was seen as taboo among native New Yorkers. He later hinted that the move was a political stunt, though when followed up and asked directly about the use of the fork, Kasich wouldn't comment.
    And Clinton is not the only candidate to get a special food item in his or her honor: Clinton's primary opponent Bernie Sanders got his own ice cream flavor. Ben and Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen released a small batch of "Bernie's Yearning" earlier this year.
    Clinton's love of hot sauce has been in the campaign spotlight all week -- coming off a radio interview where she said she carries the condiment with her on the road.
    "This is a small town, and we're excited that Secretary Clinton will be coming to our community," Martin Coar Jr., creator of the Clinton pizza, said in a statement.
    Clinton's pizza is titled the "Madam President" pizza and will be served in the restaurant through the primary on Tuesday, according to a news release.
    "I have an 11-year-old daughter," Coar said in the statement. "She's too young to vote, but she knows our first female president would be a big deal for our country, and she's hoping Mrs. Clinton will stop by tomorrow for a slice."