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Pizzazz Friday!

Wednesday, January 13, 2010


Pizzazz Friday has come and gone. Here is a recap of the round-and-round action:
We held the first Pizzazz Friday on Dec 18th. Everything took place at the REACTOR World Headquarters, along with our neighbor, Delatorre Creative Group. We set up a webcam and a live-feed of our Presto Pizzazz and had an entire day of Pizzazzing!

Our goal for the day was to spin-cook anything we could, and as often as possible, for the entire day. The idea was to come up with a new list of foods to cook here in our small office. We don't have an oven, so the Pizzazz is the next best thing. We then interacted with Pizzazz-followers via a chat window and our twitter feed. It was a pretty awesome day.

Here is a list of all the foods we cooked that awesome day!

• Bacon and Eggs - Bacon was amazing, but you have to use a pizza pan to collect the grease! The eggs didn't work out so well.
• Pancakes from Batter Blaster can - Worked perfectly, soft on the inside, a little crunchy on the outside.
• Breakfast pizza - Pretty standard, but also pretty yummy.
• Cinnamon rolls from one of those popper cans - turned out better than expected.
• Mini Bagels - Any bread product is awesome on the Pizzazz. Better than a toaster.
• Chicken wings - Best for lunch, easy frozen or thawed (but they have to be pre-cooked)
• Quesadilla with a side of refried beans and rice - This was the most difficult thing to cook because the Quesadilla cooks much quicker than the rice and beans. And I had to create a small foil bowl to hold them
• Frozen corn dogs - works better than you might think.
• White Castle Cheeseburgers - These did not turn out well. Ick!
• Super pretzels - one of the best things to cook on a Pizzazz. Turns out better than the ballpark
• Steak and veggies - no need to explain that!
And finally...
• Double chocolate chip cookies - raw batter cooks great, but you have to start the pizzazz on top and bottom heat, then switch to top heat only so you don't burn the bottoms.

All-in-all it was a great day and we plan to do it again. Stay tuned for Pizzazz Friday part two.

Meal for two

Monday, January 21, 2008

My rocking grilled burrito toasted nicely on the pizzaz. And a grilled chicken patty.

Fajitas

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Something overlooked by Pizzazz owners is its ability to reheat leftovers. Take the pork tacos from the previous post or these awesome fajitas. The fajitas reheated on the Pizzazz tasted much better than in the microwave.

Pork Tacos



Reheated with precision via the Pizzazz.

Mmm, the BEST quesadilla ever!

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Fresh off the Pizzaz.

Super Pretzel!!!

Tuesday, July 17, 2007




This was the best tasting super pretzel ever. Slightly crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. These only take about 5 minutes to cook. Yum.

Making Toast!

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

The Pizzazz is great for making toast!

Great Googley Moogley

Friday, June 29, 2007

Making cheesy nachos with the Pizzazz and some Kansas City Chips.


 
   





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