Product Review: #1 Pizza Cutter

We eat a lot of pizza in my house and have tried many various pizza cutters over the years.  Most recently we tried out the SH&SH #1 Pizza Cutter.  It is 100% Stainless Steel and sharp for cutting pizza, pie, crust and pastry dough.  It is easy to clean and dishwasher safe – no rust!  The hard rubber handle offers improved control with a comfortable grip, soft grip areas are built into the handle for slip resistance giving excellent grip and balance to help you cut cleanly. It is easy to clean with no effort needed. Wash it with soap and a sponge or toss it in the dishwasher.  It is ergonomically correct, light weight and easy to use when you are pressing down.

We have a split in the house of lefties versus righties and had a split with how much each person liked the cutter.  1 lefty and 1 righty loved it – finding it super easy to use, sharp and allowing for quick clean cuts.  There was no need to want to hold on to the fresh out of the oven pizza stone to get more leverage to get a clean cut on the first try.  The other lefty and righty were not as impressed.  The lefty said it was not made for left handers and the righty said it only worked on the “out” not on the “in” when cutting.  We tried it on pizza and stuffed bread.  Turns out – the two that liked using the cutter are the ones in the family who use it the most – so we’re sticking with their rave reviews!

I received a product in exchange for this honest review.

Music Monday: Fifth Harmony Reflection


Top Down
Worth It
This Is How We Roll
Everlasting Love
Like Mariah
Them Girls Be Like
Suga Mama
We Know

Reflection is the debut album from XFactor album Fifth Harmony.  It was released in early February with singles BO$$ and Sledgehammer having been released first.  I don’t remember having heard BO$$ but I do enjoy Sledgehammer.  Unfortunately, I can’t really say that for the rest of the album.  It’s an ok cd but I can’t see it being something that I listen to all of the time.  I felt like it also had too many current events and pop culture references in it (I keep getting the “Michelle Obama” part of BO$$ stuck in my head – but I can’t see that standing the test of time) and in a few years it will become old. I was disappointed in this release – I had high hopes for it!

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