Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by RoJoHen, Sep 27, 2012.
Yes. Pizza, tarte flambée, this kind of kitchen tool is quite useful.
Well, it looks like a pizza cutter anyway.
No. For the same reason I don't own a lasagna cutter, or a steak cutter, or a sandwich cutter... I find that an ordinary knife and a fork do the job just fine.
I seriously didn't know this was really that much of a "thing", and not just a "gimmicky" piece of kitchenware.
It's the satisfying feel of rolling and cutting.
Plus, for me, it only takes about 5 seconds to make 8 slices of pizza. Zip-Zip-Zip-Zip-Done.
I didn't know some people considered pizza cutters to be uppity utensils.
I've used a knife when I couldn't find the pizza cutter, but I much prefer the pizza cutter. You can get one for $1 and they're easy to use. I don't really want to waste 45 minutes trying to use a steak knife.
I thought most people used some form of pizza cutter, to be honest. I have learned otherwise!
Yes, I definitely own a pizza cutter. Now that I think about it, I've probably been using it for 20 years now (and that's a conservative guess). Cleans easily, and cuts through both thin crust and thick crust pizzas with little effort.
When Trekkies are coming over, I use this baby:
Otherwise, it's regular pizza cutter.
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