9:45 am is not too early for Pizza Hut when you’re in an airport.
Edited at 10 am: Correction: 9:45 is too early.
“I’ll take care of this round guys, and please put it on the pizza card. Yes, all of it.”
I just made a pizza with a cornmeal crust (frozen from New Seasons), carmelized onions, fresh mozz, sundried tomatoes, fresh tomatoes, dried basil/oregano and chard (why not) and I must say: it is actually pretty delicious.
Recently (well, like 3 weeks ago) I went on an Alaskan Cruise with my family. The ship started/stopped in Seattle and sailed through the inside passage of Alaska. We stopped in Skagway, Ketchikan, and Victoria, BC (our stop in Juneau was cancelled due to the ship needing maintenance in Seattle).
The cruise was nice and the scenery was beautiful. The food on the ship was fine, although seriously lacking in vegetarian options. I can only eat so much pasta. Luckily there was also pizza. The buffet pizza was pretty terrible (as most buffet pizza is with the one exception of the always-delicious Pizza Hut lunch buffet) but you could order pizza any time for just $5 and that pizza was actually pretty decent. I also had pizza off of the ship: at Northern Lights in Skagway (serving both pizza and Mexican food, otherwise known as my would-be favorite restaurant in Skagway if I lived there) and Bard and Banker in Victoria. Also the mini fridge in our stateroom had Pizza flavored Pringles. That counts.
Northern Lights (black olives & green peppers)
As a side note, there is also a Northern Lights Pizza in my previous home, Des Moines. They serve Scooby Snacks.