For some fun this week, I turn to pizza - one of my favorite weekend foods and look at ways to cut the pizza...
Friday night is quite often Pizza night for me. It signals the start of the weekend by initiating the relaxation sequence, not having to think about what I am going to cook for dinner and normally pair it with a nice cold beverage that makes further work impossible or inadvisable. But what are you going to use to cut that pizza? Of course you could use the humble and ever so boring knife or even a wheel, but why not get a little more creative. First we could just customize it a little, such as this Star Trek version.
For those who are really busy, you want to cut it all in one swoop,
But this doesn’t allow you to handle all of those requests for a large slice or a small slice. For that you really need these scissors with an integrated carrying shelf.
However, for those of you into motor cycles, maybe something like this is more up you alley.
With that problem solved, we can turn our attention to eating the slice we have been assigned. Now this is where it gets silly.
Can the fork not cut the slice into bite sized pieces? Not according to the inventor of this contraption who wants you to wheel it all the way. Seen any silly pizza cutters? Got an idea for another "What were they thinking?" Do let me know
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