A pizza place in Kansas is trying something completely new, walking into uncharted territory (as far as I know) by making the (probably) world's first ever Crab Rangoon pizza. It's made with fresh dough daily (I would hope so), mixing cream cheese, green onion, crab meat, garlic and sweet chili sauce, topped with cheese and baked to golden perfection. I gotta say...it seems sacrilegious putting crab meat on a pizza but I don't hate the idea...I should thought, seeing as pizza plays an important role in my four main food groups (the other three are skittles, burgers, and popcorn) but I'm all about the idea of breaking out of the contained box society has set. I've said before, I'll try anything once. Am I a little worried about the crab meat being baked in a landlocked state and knowing the meat isn't fresh as opposed to being made in a place that's touching the ocean? Yes. Have I also eaten gas station sushi before in a landlocked state? Yes and I'm still alive so this is, I'm assuming, right in the middle of those two schools of thought. Road trip to KS anyone?