"What do you want on your pizza?" It's a common question when ordering a pie with friends and family. The next time someone asks, try saying you'd like a whole lobster or some peanut butter and jelly atop your pizza. Because why settle for ordinary pepperoni when rattlesnake sausage is an option? Take a tour through some of the wildest toppings that you can get right now:
LobsterOne of the signature items at Florian, an Italian trattoria in New York City, is pizza topped with a whole lobster. We're guessing they can't be faking that.
Peking duckSan Francisco's Mozzeria pays tribute to the city's Chinese restaurants by crowning their most unusual pie with Peking duck, green onions and hoisin sauce. While it sounds crazy on paper, it tastes surprisingly like a Chinese pancake.
French friesThe latest pizza craze coming out of New York's Ribalta is a margherita pie crowned with French fries. Because fries make everything better.
PB&JDisneyland fanatics know that one of the best food options in the park is the peanut butter and jelly pizza served at Goofy's Kitchen. If parents can suspend their disbelief long enough to order it, they'll understand why it's the only way to go.
Alligator and rattlesnake sausage
Apollonia's Pizzeria in Los Angeles will help you tame your fear of alligators and snakes, by turning them into sausage and serving them on your pizza. They're part of a pie called the Dirty Agent, and you shouldn't be scared at all because —surprise, surprise! — the restaurant says it tastes not unlike chicken.
PizzaLook, we get it — you love pizza so much that the best thing to do is to put tiny little slices of pizza on top of your pizza. Vinnie's Pizzeria in Brooklyn will hook you up. How is this not a thing at every pizzeria everywhere?
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