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A Safe, Sturdy Pizza Cutter



Photo: Kimberly Suddeath, RDN

 


Product Reviewed: Rösle Pizza Cutter


Friday nights are homemade pizza nights at our house. It’s our moment to get in the kitchen as a family, shaping dough and preparing toppings together. With pizza on the menu so frequently, you can bet there is a reliable pizza cutter at the ready! 

As a lover of high-quality kitchen tools, my newest obsession is the Rösle pizza cutter. It is made of a durable stainless steel, which lends a polished appearance and sturdy weight. Taking into consideration both safety and ease of use, this pizza cutter includes a comfortable handle that doubles as a barrier to protect the hand from the roller blade. This is a major plus factor for me as a parent of a toddler who loves to help in the kitchen. What’s even more impressive about this pizza cutter is the lifetime warranty. I cook frequently and put a lot of wear and tear on kitchen utensils, so a lifetime warranty assures me of the product’s quality. The fact that I don’t have to worry about buying another pizza cutter again is all the convincing I need. 

Another feature I look for in kitchen utensils is their versatility. Because of the name, it may seem like this pizza cutter is only good for one thing. However, I have used this on quesadillas, flatbreads, bread dough, brownies, pies and scones. These are just the foods I’ve tried in the past couple weeks and I can’t wait to see what else comes up! And no matter how messy the utensil may get, cleanup is as simple as rinsing and throwing it in the dishwasher. Now that’s my kind of pizza cutter! 


Love making pizza at home? Check out Food & Nutrition's eight tips for a perfect pizza every time. 



Kimberly Suddeath, RDN, is an Oxford, Miss.-based clinical dietitian. Read her blog, Unrefined RD, and connect with her on FacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram and LinkedIn.

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