April 23rd, 2009


How to make a pizza at work

76534329@N00 ℈-"supplies261"

Considering the break room contains the basic amenities of cooking like a microwave oven, a kitchen sink, a stove with oven, all you really need is a couple of hours and working space.

I don't know if I'll have time to mosey on down to the market to pick up some pepperoni, so unless peeps at work are fond of anchovies, this pizza will be plane like Jane. I want to take pictures of the step-by-step process, but I already have my hands full with the cooking process. We'll see. Stay tuned.

screenwriter, Kightlinger, hate

The kitchen is open once again

box of supplies

I knew, despite taking the time to make a list of ingredients, that I would undoubtedly forget something. What I forgot was the corn meal, but it wasn't necessary as I had no problem with the pizza sticking to the pizza stone.

In this picture you can see some of the Mexican tupperware I've collected over the years, the Avon box being the most obvious. I meant this entry to be like a how-to make pizza recipe, but dudes aren't too adept at sharing recipes. I was going to bring an entire Costco giant package of all purpose flour, but even though it's half full, it still weighs a bit and I don't really want to be concerned about making space for it in the fridge at work. I'm not one to leave a package of food just lying around if I think the place could be haunted by mice/rats. Sanitation first. Remember to wash your hands.

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