Savage Pizza

Ever pinpoint your essential talents?  The things that you are best at? It’s quite an exercise.  I’m not good at cleaning effectively (you should see my mother and mother-in-law, they are wizards at cleaning!), or keeping my closet organized, or combing my kids hair (I can hear somebody out there thinking, “obviously!”).  I’m not good at making lists.  I make them, but then I lose them.  On that note, don’t get me started about my sock pile.  It’s sent shivers down many of a friends’ spines (Shannon, you know that you are out there…).   However, I do have my strengths.  I am very, very good at improvising.  Now, you might not be too impressed with this skill, but you should.

One night last week I completely ruined dinner.  So, I had three starving kids (my nephew had joined us) and no back-up plan.  What a great night for Savage Pizza.


Make a regular pizza, forgot to buy back-up food, don’t grease the pan, forget about it in the oven until it’s perfectly crisp,  and then delicately chisel the pizza off the pan.  This should create a massive mess.  Serve family style without plates, no napkins,  and maybe with something gross like Cool Aid and Doritos.  Enjoy!

While I’m at it, have you tried this flavor?

Wrong, but so right.

About julietruekingsley

Crazed writer living on the coast of Maine! Attempting to blog daily in fifteen minutes or less.
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2 Responses to Savage Pizza

  1. Maine Mom says:

    That is the best looking ugly thing I have seen in a long time.

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