Pizza Roulette: A Single, Unmarked Slice of Pizza is Coated in Liquified Pepper

Jill said, "No, John, not that slice. You want this one." I should have known that something was wrong. Hell Kitchen, a pizzeria chain in New Zealand, now offers pizzas which include a slice that is covered with pepper juice:

The company brags the single scorching slice contains the culinary equivalent of a blast of police pepper spray.

In food terms, the heat-treated piece of pie is roughly 1,000 times stronger than the average jalapeno pepper. [...]

There’s no charge from Hell Pizza for turning your dinner into a torture session — and hence their motto:

"It doesn't cost, but someone pays."

Link -via Dave Barry | Photo (unrelated) via Flickr user The Pizza Review

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We have tradition in Germany where we eat a jam-filled doughnut on New Year's Eve. A sub-tradition sees that one poor sucker on every party gets a mustard-filled one.
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