On second thought I think the word is
I am a word you see every day,
I rhyme with conspicuous,
I am an adjective,
I actually sound a bit like the word biscuit,
I love eating pizza,
Or you can call someone who does that,
This solving process was a collaborative endeavor, starting here. It's been agreed that @msh210 will be making the next puzzle in the chain.
The first thing to notice:
Now, what can we do with this new picture?
So the answer must be...
What about (and apologies in advance).
My appearance is about as varied as it could be
Unless you unveil me, you won't see the real me
Without me, you life can become a pain after the act but by having one of me, happiness can be extended which can be a fact
My lifetime is short but your experience I shall support.
I’m not fully sure of my answer, its a long shot with the ‘answers’ to all three -fixes being quite far-fetched but here is my attempt:
My prefix tells you fate has come.
My suffix is the pain in the past.
My infix is from the burning sun.
My whole is American and fast.
First, some basic deductions:
And repeat again:
And now we come to an interesting step:
Now we can do something else similar, after a bit more work:
These steps complete the puzzle with just the usual deductions afterwards. About halfway through, it looks like this:
And the solutions to the puzzles:
Now, overlaying the two puzzles, we see ...