|11-08-2011, 04:07 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2011
The Tale of the Perfect Pizza
There was once a pizza that was not so perfect, though it was still pretty good. Its maker, ChristsLight, desired to make it more perfect, and so set out on a quest to perfect this pizza.
The pizza's maker received the generous gift of a pizza stone and a pizza peel. These gifts seemed to make his goal possible at last, and the pizza rejoiced.
One ordinary autumn day, he finally decided to try his craft and make the pizza. He prepared the dough, topped it with sauce, cheese, and pepperoni, preheated the oven with the stone already inside, and determined to slide the pizza onto the stone. He did not know that his worst enemy was about to rear its ugly head. The name of that demon was Gravity.
So the pizza's maker picked up the peel, opened the oven, and placed the peel on the stone. He shook the peel, trying to get the pizza onto the stone.
But suddenly, the demon named Gravity took advantage of the maker having the peel at the wrong incline, and stole the pizza. The pizza slid off the peel, onto the stone, and a corner of the pizza fell off of the stone, the toppings going with it.
The maker's helper tried to right the situation, but the pizza was deformed, worse than ever before. An angel had saved the majority of the toppings, so the pizza could still be enjoyed.
But then, because some of the toppings had fallen into the great oven, the smoke alarm decided to engage, and would not stop until the pizza was done cooking. The maker was quite frustrated indeed, and despaired that he could never use his stone without the demon stealing his pizza.
That night, an angel came to him in his dreams. The angel said that if he used parchment paper, he could slide the pizza in on top of the parchment paper, and have greater control over the pizza. This new power would defeat the evil Gravity and ensure a perfect pizza for all.
So the next day, the maker again prepared his dough, topped it with sauce, cheese, and pepperoni, preheated his oven, and once more determined to battle his arch enemy once and for all.
With great determination, he opened the oven, put the peel onto the stone, took hold of the parchment and slid the peel out from underneath. At last, the pizza was perfectly positioned on top of the stone, and the demon was powerless to do anything to the contrary!
Finally, the maker, his wife, and their friend were able to enjoy the pizza, as the fruit of the maker's victory over the great and evil demon called Gravity.
|12-19-2011, 11:32 PM||#7 (permalink)|
Join Date: May 2008
Location: Going from Somewhere to Elsewhere
Now, I must ask - will you introduce a line of bread shells called "CrustsLight"?
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