"Sauce, cheese, and dough," Mark says. "You walk into a pizzeria, the smell should punch you in the face. Pizza tastes best served right out of the oven, 500 degrees across the board. Make it really good. A pizza should look better than it tastes. Those are the rules, with no exceptions."
At first slice, the Devour Ramen Pizza appears to check off Mark's three basic requirements. It has dough (the ramen noodles shaped into the form of a crust), it has cheese (a dry-aged mozzarella made in house with Japanese spices), and it has sauce (a tomato-based chili hot sauce). "When you do the math on it, it's a pizza," Scott says, as Hauke grips a sharp-looking pizza cutter. Now, it's time for Mark to try it in his Brooklyn kitchen and decide for himself.
"This is really good," Mark says, to Scott's surprise. "... It's really, really good. It kinda looks like a pizza." But can Mark bring himself to bestow the all-important title of pizza on this blatant frankenfood? Check out the full episode (shown above) to hear Mark's verdict.