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Old 14-05-2020, 09:34 PM
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Anyone can make a delicious pizza starting with a good crust and high quality tasty toppings for ingredients. But if one could make a delicious pizza out of a ridiculous crust and sh#t for toppings. Now that would be a skilled chef. I like to make pizza from scratch, but sometimes I did not think ahead and buy all of my favorite toppings. Yet the pizzas I throw together from whatever I can find in the freezer, fridge, or pantry, are the most satisfying when they turn out tasty. It is amazing how one learns what can work when one is forced to work with what one has.

What if someone sucks at making a succesful pizza? From my perspective it already takes quite some skill to know the basics of making a home made pizza. As for me, even something as simple as warming anything up in an oven is one hell of an adventure.
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Old 16-05-2020, 04:17 PM
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What if someone sucks at making a succesful pizza? From my perspective it already takes quite some skill to know the basics of making a home made pizza. As for me, even something as simple as warming anything up in an oven is one hell of an adventure.
Lots of good stories involve the protagonist going on an adventure. They often start and end in the same place, yet the person who leaves is not the same one who returns.

Make those pizzas, eat them all, the delicious ones and the mistakes, that is how one learns how to make a good pizza.
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