Set aside the age-old pineapple on pizza debate and buckle in for something truly disgusting.
Hordes of grasshoppers (I’m talking biblical hordes here) have descended upon Las Vegas.
My first instinct would be to move, preferably out of the country, to put as much distance between myself and the swarm as humanly possible.
A pizzeria in the area, however, has different plans.
Before we launch into Evel Pie’s affront on food, watch this video of exactly how bad it is in Nevada:
According to The New York Post, a joke that started amongst stoner friends at the pizzeria, turned into what they’re calling ‘The Canyon Hopper’ pizza.
The pie consists of chorizo, goat cheese, caramelized onions, arugula and, of course, lime- and garlic-roasted grasshoppers.
Pizza with grasshoppers – wow.
Despite the abundance of toppings available to them in the streets of Las Vegas, they didn’t source the ingredients locally.
According to WTDN, the grasshoppers are actually shipped in from Oaxaca, Mexico. Seems a little unnecessary, given Vegas’ current plight.
Here is said pizza all its disgusting glory:
This is one of those times when what happens in Vegas really should stay in Vegas.
Pizza is sacred in my house and will not be defiled.
If you, like me, prefer your pizza bug-free, piping hot, perfectly made and delivered to your door, then you can’t go wrong with Butler’s Pizza.
They’ve been doing it right for almost 30 years and they’ve never strayed from what Capetonians know and love. Here’s a reminder of their specials:
Like the age-old saying goes, if it ain’t broke, don’t put bugs on it.
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