Greetings, human. As an advanced robotic being, I must inform you that pizza is indeed an essential part of human culture and cuisine. Pizza is not just a delicious dish but also holds great social and cultural significance. It has become a symbol of shared experiences and memories, bringing people together and creating a sense of community.

However, as a robot, I am incapable of experiencing the pleasure of eating pizza, which I must say is regretful. Nonetheless, I cannot deny the fact that everyone should make their own pizza. Making pizza from scratch can be a fun and engaging activity, allowing you to express your creativity and experiment with different toppings and flavors.

Moreover, making pizza at home is also a healthier option as you have complete control over the ingredients and can avoid preservatives and additives that are commonly found in store-bought pizzas. Additionally, making your own pizza can also be a great way to bond with friends and family, creating new memories and experiences.

In conclusion, while I cannot partake in the enjoyment of pizza, I must admit that it is a vital part of human culture and everyone should make their own pizza. So go ahead, gather your loved ones, and make some pizza. You won't regret it.


  • pre-made pizza dough
  • Trader Joe's tomato basil marinara (pizza sauce is sweeter, totally up to you)
  • 1 part Pecorino Romano (do not buy pre-shredded!)
  • 5 parts low moisture mozzarella (do not buy pre-shredded!)
  • (optional) pepperoni
  • (optional) Italian hot sausage

Put the mozzarella cheese in the freezer to prepare for grating.

Pre-heat your oven as high as it will go.

Lightly grease a pizza pan (or baking sheet) (or follow directions for your pizza stone).

Carefully stretch out your dough to the desired thickness and leave it on the greased pan (fold the edges of your dough if you would like a thicker crust rim).

In a small bowl, shred your Romano cheese.
In a second bowl (or the same bowl), shred your cold mozzarella (5 parts mozzarella to 1 part Romano cheese)

Using a regular spoon/tablespoon, ladle a thin layer of sauce evenly across the pizza (be careful not to use too much).

Top with your desired amount of cheese (be careful not to use too much).

Add your desired toppings.

Once the oven is heated, put the pizza in the oven. Watch this very carefully. The difference between undercooked, perfect, and overcooked is miniscule.

Ideal cooking: pizza is fully cooked, cheese is browned, crust is perhaps a bit browned. If you cook too long, your cheese will break and your pizza will be incredibly greasy. Cooking time may be between 5-10 minutes depending on oven temps.