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Don’t get me started on pizza.
Actually, never mind — let’s talk pizza. It’s my favorite food. I’ve always got a couple of frozen ones in the fridge, our local delivery spot recognizes our phone number when we call and I’ve been known to whip up a homemade emergency pie on short notice.
I have a slice of pizza tattooed on my arm. I’m not messing around when it comes to Italy’s most glorious export.
As a person who never lets leftover pizza go to waste, learning about the Cheese Chopper Pizza Pack is news I can definitely use.
Don’t let the name mislead you: Cheese Chopper is simply the company that sells the Pizza Pack. The Chopper itself is a “Shark Tank” idea that appeared on the show in April 2022.
The Chopper didn’t get any funding from the Sharks back in season 12, but that didn’t deter entrepreneur Tate Koenig from jumping in the tank again with the Pizza Pack. Koenig struck gold the second time around, appearing on the first episode of the 14th season of “Shark Tank” and taking a deal with Lori Greiner for 13% equity in exchange for $100,000.
Now, the Pizza Pack is backordered through Nov. 4 on the Cheese Chopper website! In the meantime, tons of dupes have appeared Amazon.
This dupe of the original Pizza Pack collapses and expands to fit leftover slices from your latest pizza feast. It comes with five trays to hold and separate slices — and since the whole container is microwaveable, you can heat all five up at the same time.
It’s made of food-grade silicone and is dishwasher-safe, too, so cleaning is super easy. It’s quite an improvement over the cumbersome, greasy pizza box shoved in the fridge.
Here are a couple of other easy-to-store pizza products for the pizza freaks in your life:
Confession: Though I love to bake pizza at home, I don’t own a pizza peel. My kitchen is tiny, and I don’t know where I’d put one of those long-handled beasts.
Here’s a handy device for slicing up your pies right quick. Ever get stuck on the thick edge of a pizza crust with your pizza roller? And then you end up making several savage attempts to saw through the crust and end up mutilating the perfect pie?
Well, this handle-free pizza slicer lets you put a little more elbow grease into those stubborn bits. It disassembles for easy cleaning in the dishwasher, too, and comes with a blade guard to keep it safe when not in use.
OK, now I’ve got to go fire up the oven — it’s pizza time!