How to Make a $500 Pizza in Less than a Day

A $500 pizza is a little thing that will make you feel like a hero.

It’s one of the things that makes me smile when I hear people say “you should have made that for $50,000, or $100,000.”

Or “I would have made one for $10,000.

It’d be just as good.” 

And I would say, well, maybe I should have. 

The truth is, there’s just something about making a $5,000 pizza that’s a little bit crazy.

There’s a lot of stuff you can’t do in a day that makes you wonder if you should have, and I think it’s a really good thing that’s become a common refrain from people who make their living on this industry.

I don’t think you should ever make a $1,000 Pizza.

I think you need to make a lot.

I mean, if you have $1 million in your pocket, I would make that for you.

But, for $500?

That’s like $2 million. 

If you have a $2,000 bill, I could make a big pizza for you for $2.

I would think about it.

And you know what?

I could be the one who would have to make that pizza. 

And the other thing is, it’s also important that you don’t make a million pizzas and then spend the rest of your life with a million dollars. 

But the good news is that you can make a pizza that is not only very, very good but will be able to make you laugh for days and months. 

How to Make A $5K Pizza for $1M and not make a Million In less than a day. 

This is a video from a company called Pizza Hut. 

“Pizza is a really important part of our culture, because it allows us to be ourselves,” Pizza Hut founder and CEO Steve Ells told me.

“It allows us not to judge other people by how much they make, or how much money they have, or their wealth.

We’re all in this together.

We need to eat and drink and play together.” 

You could make $500 for $5k in under 24 hours. 

A $500 “sauce” for $300 is a good deal. 

Here’s what it will cost to make the Pizza Hut’s $500 pizzas for just $1.5 million: $1,500: Chevron-branded, $500 aluminum foil with a little plastic wrap for the crust. 

$500: A pizza press and a pizza cutter. 

3,000: Pizza sauce for $4.50. 

5,500 : Pizza toppings, like mozzarella and pepperoni. 

1,200: Pizzas, a bottle of red wine for $18.25, and a bottle or three of vodka for $23.50 ($6 for the red wine, $8 for the vodka). 

$4,000 : A box of 12 rolls, six ounces each of tomato sauce, basil, and garlic. 

2,500*: A box for $14.75 of fresh mozzas, two ounces each for basil, pepperoni, and tomato sauce. 

7,000*: A jar of marinara sauce for the sauce.

$5.50 : A pizza peeler, and an ice cream scoop. 

4,500-6,000 pizzas: 12 rolls of mozzarellas for $8 each. 

8,000-12,000 slices: A box of six sheets of pizza dough for $15 each.$3,500 pizza dough: One sheet of dough for the dough for about $15. 

10,500 pizzos: The same dough for each of the pies: two slices for $7 each.

How to make $1 Million Pizza in Under 24 Hours. 

You can make $5 million in less than 24 hours with this recipe. 

(And it’s not like you’ll have to go to a pizzeria or an oven or anything to get it.) 

You’ll need to do some cooking to make it all work, but it will take just as long.

Here’s what you’ll need: a pizza press, a pizza blender, and some pizza sauce.

A box cutter and a dough hook. 

Chef’s knife. 

Salt and pepper. 

An ice cream container or an ice maker. 

Pancake trays. 

Glass or ceramic spoons. 

Step 1: Mix the ingredients together in a bowl.

Step 2: Add a few tablespoons of flour to the bowl. 

It’s a good idea to add a little flour to any dough that you might make, because the dough will be thinner than you want it to be, but not