It’s true that this next gadget does indeed make pizza. Don’t expect to make the best pizza you’ve ever had in your entire life though, you’ll have to go out and find that from a nice brick oven, but the pizza you will make with the home Pizza Maker will be a bit better than those fattening frozen pizzas from the store, although I can’t say I’ve tried it.
In about ten minutes, you can cook yourself up some half-decent pizza. It’s probably just as good as your local Pizza Hut, but cheaper, and you don’t have to wait an hour for it to come. But, then again, you have to clean up the mess you make. Anchovies tend to stink up the kitchen too. When cooking, there are three temperature options, and you can remove a piece from the unit to make it a deep dish cooker. Besides the obvious, this can also handle fajitas, omelets, pancakes, and probably some nasty looking waffles. To help get you started, you get a deep-dish pan, a probably junky cookbook, and a supposedly professional-grade (they always are!) pizza cutter.
Maybe you won’t run out and buy this for yourself, but if you’re looking for a random gift that might get a little bit of use, and makes it look like you put some thought into it, look no further than the Home Pizza Cooker. Expect to pay about $120.