As a foodie, I'm all about a good food review here and there and when it comes to YouTube channels, they're a dime a dozen.

However, I just so happened to stumble across this guy named Mike Kennedy who has a very eclectic YouTube channel, with one of his videos being a food review of a Cumberland Farms menu item.

Apparently Cumby's has a whole new kitchen setup in certain locations that now offer a variety of pizza toppings, including the "Breakfast Pizza," shown below in Kennedy's review:

Somewhere along the line, Kennedy found it necessary to let the world know about his health problems, but doesn't fail to inform the public to be weary of the calorie-saturated slice of morning pie.

What intrigues me the most is that of all things to give a review of, it's from a place that thrives on roller food and slushes and I honestly don't blame him. Keep it simple, that's my motto.

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Paying $2.99 for a "Super Slice" that's suitable enough for a "morning meal," as Kennedy puts it, is not a bad deal if you're looking for a simplistic bacon, eggs, and cheese combo. How super, you might ask? Kennedy claims you can split it with someone else (if that's what you want to do). Pair it with a 99 cent beverage like a coffee and you have yourself a compatible meal to kickstart your day.

"Everything's good with bacon," Kennedy concluded, and I have to say, Mr. Kennedy, you're not wrong. I'm just happy your cholesterol and sugar levels in your bloodwork were good. Looking forward to your next review off of Cumberland Farm's menu to get the scoop.

The Best of South Shore Bar Pizza

There's pizza, and then there's South Shore Bar Pizza. Birthed in Brockton (and to this writer, perfected in Randolph – Lynwood Café is the true G.O.A.T.), it must meet certain qualifications to be considered "SSBP," which include: it's a 10-inch pie; it has a thin, cracker-like crust with minimal "flop;" the cheese is a blend that features more cheddar than mozzarella; and bonus points if you take it home between two carboard-type plates wrapped in flat brown paper bag. They also usually come with "laced" or "burnt" edges (terminology depends on where you are ordering), which is when the sauce and cheese are extended all the way to the edge of the pan, creating a crispy, flavorful coating to the crust. We reached out to the hugely popular South Shore Bar Pizza Social Club Facebook group to ask the experts to share the best of the best (in no particular order).