I know that a few of my readers are fans of The Pioneer Woman for various sections of her blog. The one that I enjoy the most is her cooking blog. Clearly it's not the photo blog. I am still using the 3.1 megapixel camera that I bought in, like 2002 or something. I think my phone has a better camera on it now. Oh. Maybe not. 2.0 megapixels. Anyway, I am going to steal her post and do her blog right here on my blog. I hope that you enjoy it every bit as much as I do. And I do.
Leftover Pizza: What Every Single Girl Who Actually Came From *Utah Pioneer Heritage and Now Uses Modern Conveniences Eats
*Think handcarts, covered wagons, and settling the Utah Territory
First, get out a plate. Hopefully you have a clean one in your cupboard. Take it out, and put it on the counter.
Next, open the refrigerator. There should already be a pizza box there. Take out the pizza box.
Put the pizza box on the counter. Open the lid. Admire the leftover pizza. Doesn't it look delicious?
Put a piece of pizza on that plate.
Those are stray pieces of crust on the plate. It's not dirty, I swear!
Now here is where it gets tricky. You can either eat the pizza now cold, which is delicious, or you may choose to put it in the microwave oven. If you choose the latter, put it on for about 45 seconds to a minute. The amount of time varies, depending on your microwave. My opinion is that you should not overheat it. Better under than over, I always say.
Yeah, I'm not sure exactly what I was saying there, either. But hopefully you got a chuckle out of it.
Oh yeah, and after you heat it up, eat the piece of pizza already! Geez. Do I have to tell you everything?
And also, I am **giving away a KitchenAid and/or a cookbook to a random commenter on my blog. Entries will be accepted until Thursday at 11:59 p.m. MST.
**Prize will be given away subject to Cardine winning said products off of The Pioneer Woman's current prize drawing, which ends tomorrow morning. If Cardine does not win, neither do you. Sorry.