My dad owns a pizzeria and he made a BREAKFAST PIZZA. It includes: ham, bacon, chorizo, hashbrowns, mozzarella, cheddar and Sunny eggs! You make the dough though!..ha..

My dad owns a pizzeria and he made a BREAKFAST PIZZA. It includes: ham, bacon, chorizo, hashbrowns, mozzarella, cheddar and Sunny eggs! You make the dough though!..ha..

How am I supposed to make my own dough? Do you mean shape the dough? Or do I have to mix and bake my own dough from scratch? Can I borrow your kitchen?

..ha..

That pizza looks delicious! I went ahead and touched up the photo a bit to make it look more appetizing. Those eggs were looking a little green! ;)

That pizza looks delicious! I went ahead and to make it look more appetizing. Those eggs were looking a little green! ;)

Isn't all pizza breakfast pizza?

Last night's dinner pizza is today's breakfast pizza

Amazing how much better it looks. Great example of why people should touch up their photos.

I think I would have to go back to bed and sleep for a few hours after eating that, lol.

OP's Dad pitched us this idea back in the 90s. Looks like it's finally making it big!

pizza in the morning pizza at supper time when dad sold the house to start up a pizzeria you will have pizza all the time.

It's not really photoshop lite....it's more a completely different tool. It's like saying a scalpel is the lite version of a sword. They both do similar things, but are for totally different purposes.

Anything is breakfast if you're hungover enough.

It isn't exactly like that, but in the Midwest at least breakfast pizza is very common. At Casey's ( gas station) they have it hot and ready in the morning and you can order it anytime. Usually scrambled eggs, sausage or bacon, cheese, gravy as the sauce. It is very good, but very greasy

I've made it with Pillsbury croissant rolls. Lighter and beautifully crispy and flakey.

In terms of just editing, you can do basically everything lightroom can do in photoshop...

That said, the real advantage of lightroom is that it was created for a photographer's workflow. You import hundreds/thousands of photos and can work on them, tag them, sort them, cull them. You can organize all your photos so you can keep different photosets for different clients together. You can mass edit photos, which is helpful in getting a lot of pictures to a similar baseline before you go through them one by one.

The fuck does he mean make our dough? I dont know how to make pizza fuck-o thats why im going to a pizza place. Shit is it half off? Reminds me of that bill burr sketch, "I PAID 100% OF THE MONEY FOR 100% OF THE PIZZA"

It's only breakfast if you want it to be...

They are awesome, but better at Sunday brunch with a few drinks as opposed to actual breakfast. They require a nap.

Lightroom. Is basically photoshop light (no face swaps) but it's great for simple touch ups.

https://instantostrich.com/

I've used buttermilk biscuit dough from them and rolled in all out to make breakfast pizza.

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looks pretty fuckin gross tbh

I went to military school in Missouri. There was a casey's right next to campus and with the right amount of ninja stealth you could get there and buy pizza (and other contraband) and make it back to the barracks without getting caught. Casey's variety of pizza has helped me through some boring and rough nights.

So easy!!

How would I do that easily?

Hangover pizza!

haha you know, that's not too far from the truth... I'm actually eating pizza right now..

Pizza with an egg is pretty common in Italy (usually called pizza al' uovo, or pizza alla Bismark), although they aren't necessarily breakfast pizzas specifically.  My favorite, which is simple but really good is at the Big Sur Bakery:

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Pizza with an egg is pretty common in Italy (usually called pizza al' uovo, or pizza alla Bismark), although they aren't necessarily breakfast pizzas specifically. My favorite, which is simple but really good is at the Big Sur Bakery:

Depending on the toppings/sauces they have I think people would go to these places. It's a kitschy date idea.

But....I like green eggs and ham.

you're right it's just Domino's now ;)

Dude I make pizza every week. The dough is easy as shit. 1 packet of yeast, 1 pinch of salt, 1 pinch of sugar, 1 big pinch of Italian seasoning, 1 big pinch of garlic powder. Pour in 1 cup warm water then slowly add 2 cups of plain white flour. Mix it all together (add a little oil if you want.). Cover and let it rise for an hour. Use a cookie pan and oil it before you put the dough down. Cook just the dough for 6 minutes at 475 F. Take it out, add cheese, sauce, whatever toppings. Put it back in the oven for 10 mins. Super fucking easy.

Living the dream...

It's so good... Everyone's favourite pizza a work...

It would never be profitable as people would overload with expensive ingredients. If charged per ingredient by weight it would get real complicated real quick.

Given the ingredients it seems they're located in the southern US, if not Mexico. Chorizo is a type of Mexican sausage. Mushrooms and black pudding aren't breakfast foods over here.

Casey's gas stations in the midwest all have breakfast pizzas in the mornings, and their pizzas are awesome

Leftover pizza? Hmm... Maybe I should give that a try. And maybe if I actually left some for morning I wouldn't feel so disgusting!

When I was a kid, my mom worked in advertising and got assigned the account of a restaurant called Flakey Jake's that was a build-your-own-burger bar. Some early tech millionaires had dreamed up the place and spent a fortune launching it. Complete and utter disaster. Places bled money, burned through its start-up capital in a few months, and went under.

Burger places and pizza places are, by necessity, family restaurants. Children plus choices plus "build your own" equals immense frustration for parents, which equals no return visits and bad word of mouth. Which is why Kramer's idea would probably fail. Kitschy daters is not really a lucrative enough market to keep a restaurant in business.

Wait, was that last clip a veiled argument about abortion? I'm not even kidding, but I've never noticed that before.