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1 tube of biscuits from the refrigerator section of your grocery Spaghetti sauce to which you’ve added some sugar Slices of pepperoni 1 or 2 fried hamburgers that you’ve cut into small pieces Chopped black olives Chopped onion Chopped mushrooms Shredded mozzarella cheese

Push the biscuits into the bottom of a casserole dish. Make sure you “smoosh” them together so the bottom of the casserole dish is covered. Spread on the sweetened spaghetti sauce. Arrange the rest of the ingredients on top of the sauce just like they do in any pizza parlor. Don’t worry, you can’t make a mistake, as any way you spread the stuff will be just right. Because you have smooshed the biscuits together and smothered them with the other ingredients you’ll need to bake this pizza about twice as long as is called for when baking biscuits. Just double the baking time listed on the biscuit tube. This makes a nice, fluffy pizza ready to slice and serve. It will be too soft and too messy to pick up and use like a pizza gun, so the Pizza Police will not be needed unless you’re eating this in Smyrna – and then, you better not be too quick on the trigger, pardner. Readers with questions or comments for Dave Kessler may write to him in care of this publication.