Ok, I admit it…I’m not a very good cook. In fact, I’m not even very good at simply heating things up either.
Let’s take frozen pizza for instance. Seems simple enough. Pre-heat oven to 425. I can do that, no problem. Heck, I even remember to check the oven for any stray items left in there (a story for another time). Pre-heat buzzer dings, place pizza on sheet, put in oven and set timer for 20 minutes. No problem, right?
What’s the deal with putting a cardboard backer behind a pizza that is inside a cardboard box? It gets me every time! I don’t think I’ve made a Red Baron pizza yet that I didn’t wreck because I left the cardboard on while cooking. Ugg….what a soggy mess.
As much as I’m a bad cook, I really think that the Baron is to blame here. I mean, wouldn’t logic tell you that if it’s INSIDE cardboard it doesn’t need to be ON cardboard?
Is that laughing I hear?
It’s not my fault. It’s a bad design. Faulty really.
Wanna come over for some frozen pizza? There is plenty left.