A friendly tip:
Much like hot sauce, freshly-grated, genuine Parmigiano-Reggiano can elevate even cheap pizza such as Little Caesars to great heights.
I also bought a jar of pepperoncini and squirted them over the pizza, much like I used to do with Papa John's during college. Worked very well, and then I wondered why I never thought of just getting a jar of them before.
Great tip. Did you also know that just a little smear of peanut butter can turn two slices of average bread into a delicious snack? Now I just keep jars of the stuff around to keep things interesting!
Next time try adding half a can of anchovies; it will blow your mind.
A friendly tip:
Making your own pizza or ordering from a respectable, high-quality establishment means you never have to eat shit-tier garbage like Papa Johns or Little Caesar's again, or jerk your little ding dong over genuine Parmagiannaianio Reggianiaggianionani freshly grated non-american cheese.
Add a slice of lemon to your drink for a gourmet touch.
Here's a great tip: Add some salt to your food to take the taste to whole nother level!
Just make sure you don't add too much or mistake it for cocaine!
To test if oil in a pan is hot enough, toss a couple ice cubes into the oil.
> pepperoncini and squirted them over the pizza, much like I used to do with Papa John's
You just changed my life. My D&D group orders Papa John's every week and I never thought of that.
Tip: A strategically placed slice of pineapple can give any pizza a sense of pizazz!
What is going on in that picture? Banana, peanuts, slabs of...mushroom? Or some kind of cheese that didn't melt? And severely undercooked dough. What the fuck happened to that pizza?