|Project by Builder_Bob||posted 08-10-2010 03:28 AM||1524 views||5 times favorited||11 comments|
So my wife and I discovered that the frozen pizzas these days are not like the greasy lumps of yesteryear. Perfectly respectable pizzas rivaling (or exceeding) store made can be had in a few minutes for a few bucks.
You can have a delicious pizza with the toppings of your choice, especially if you provide them. The only “sticking point” comes when you try to cut them. The cheese sticks to the knife, the tomatoes slide away, the crust goes from slimy to crunchy and is impossible to cut.
I longed for a pizza cutter like they use in the pizza shop. You know, bam, bam, bam, bam, and it’s done. I shopped for a pizza knife, and surprisingly this curved plastic knife was highly recommended by all. So be it.
What’s left but the cutting board? My first, made from cherry and coyote wood (I had them in the wood pile).
The result, spectacular! Pizza anyone?
-- "The unexpected, when it happens, generally happens when you least expect it."