Tuesday, March 3, 2009

This just in: The Pizzapartment

I remembered reading about this gizmo when I returned home last night with a few tasty slices of leftover wild mushroom pizza from Pizzeria Libretto. The Pizzapartment would have come in handy. Says the press release: "A leftover pizza box can take up tons of room in the refrigerator. Now there's a fun and functional new way to store the remaining slices. The two-slice Pizzapartment conveniently holds the leftover pizza. It's microwave, dishwasher, and freezer safe as well. Now you don't have to deal with the big box in the refrigerator or slices that are sticking together."
Certainly, taking the leftovers from the pizza box, fanning them out on a dinner plate and covering them with plastic wrap will also get the job done. But then it wouldn't be called the Pizzapartment

In other news, I'm off to Norway this evening on a Northern Lights barge cruise through the fjords. I might post a couple of times while I'm gone, but probably not. In the meantime I'm giving you homework. I'd like you to take a minute and post some comments (don't email me because I'm already fairly certain my inbox will be filled and bouncing by day 3) about what you'd like to see more of on The National Nosh. 
Do you like restaurant reviews, product reviews, daily snacks and odd foodie news bits? Do Recipe Mondays make your day? Is there something you'd like to know how to make? Suggestions are encouraged. And comment anonymously if you're shy. 
Help me help you.
And have a great 10 days!

3 comments:

Tee said...

Yes to all of the above. Restaurant reviews, products, produce, fish, meat, talk about what's new, talk about old standards, talk about what's hot in food and dining around the world.

Why can't you do a daily food column like Shinan with gossip? You and Shinan are really the only reason to open up the Post these days anyway...

Arjun said...

Amy, I don't know that we need more restaurant reviews. Your reviews are wonderful and I would like you to comment on interesting things you've eaten but I'd like more on your own adventures in cooking. Like that little post you did on the chips? Gold. If you want restaurant reviews, perhaps ask more of your readers about what they're eating now, what they're seeing and what they like. perhaps take a pulse of the zeitgeist on the food scene.

Amy said...

Thanks for the comments. Who are you, Tee?
I'll try to do more trends and blurby bloggy "eat this" stuff.