I have to poke fun at iDJ tonight. He makes low-carb pizza once a week, and every time he does, I hear him chastising himself for being OCD about the placement of toppings. I’d like to be able to say it is all in fun, but he really does make a quick meal take ages because he has to have a bit of every topping in every bite. Poor dear. I tried to tell him that you don’t necessarily want every bite to be identical, and I got bitten myself for my ignorance!
So now I get to poke gentle fun at him. No crushed red pepper pain allowed! Here’s his finished product.
Beautiful, isn’t it? Especially aesthetically pleasing is how every black olive seems to be equidistant from the next. And the pepperoni. And under the cheese, the mushrooms will be as evenly spaced…
Wish he was as attentive to other things! But I guess I should stuff my mouth with this lovely food he worked so hard on, and not bitch about the rest!
(Best pizza in months, by the way! Nom nom nom…)
A masterpiece – and you didn’t have to make it. WIn-win!
I know! But tonight it’s my turn, I decided I’m making zucchini lasagne. I’ve never made any lasagne so this could be a real disaster. I’m sure the layers will be ALL WRONG, too!
Anything with zucchini is a winner – no matter what!
There is something about the color scheme that recalls my book of photographic anatomy.
Could be the pepperoni. It’s probably got a lot of anatomical parts usually not eaten by humans.
If it’s the price you have to pay to get that yummy creation, we’d say it is probably worth those minutes of frustrated anticipation!
Hey, that rhymes! I don’t mind the wait, it’s hearing him mutter at himself about what an ass he’s being. While he continues to be an ass.
Hmmm, pizza! Yum!
Your husband is a pizza artist. 🙂
BAHhaha! I lol’d at the chiding out loud.
Would you if he did it ALL THE TIME?
I’m sorry, He and I could have “who can make the most perfect looking pizza” contests. I even rearrange if something is not right.