The Pizza Post [random]

September 30, 2010

Delicious, I am

Ahh, Pizza. A luscious luxury for some, a lifesource for others. Never has a recipe as simple as sauce, bread and cheese birthed so many delicious reincarnations as well as disgusting corruptions.

I am a man who knows his pizza (yes, i am from new york. Yes, we have the best pizza. Yes, i am a great driver. And yes, New Jersey fucking reeks). Unfortunately though, going to school in College Park doesn’t afford me the greatest selection of primo pizza. Alas, i still need my fix from time to time.

Today i will attempt to tackle a debate that has been going on since the invention of the holy pie itself: What’s the best way to reheat pizza?

This post required a lot of cutting-edge, first-hand research that I’ve graciously documented for your learning pleasure. Let’s start with the hardware: 1 partially eaten and cooled to room temperature cheese pizza from the locally-famous Ratsie’s:

Appetizing? Mehh....

Hit the jump to see G-man turn up the heat (literally and figuratively)!!!

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College Cookin’: G-man’s Sausage and Pepper Schnitzelwiches [food]

September 24, 2010

Perhaps I wanted to show that my knowledge of and skills with food justify my fatness. Perhaps I was simply feeling ambitious. Either way, today I decided to post The Tokyo Think Tank’s first official recipe and cooking guide (with pictures, some courtesy of our own Pikachu Von Throwhausen)!

Sausage and peppers has long been one of my favorite meals and i figured there’s no better way to improve it then by making it into a pan-fried hamburger-like sandwich!

(Note: you will get some first-hand looks from within the walls of The Tokyo Think Tank. And trust me, if i could cook this in our kitchen, you can definitely cook it in yours!)


Ingredient List

5 sausage links (spicy or sweet, preferably a few of each)

1 red bell pepper

1/2 medium-sized onion

3 cloves garlic

olive oil

kosher salt

crushed red pepper flake

bread crumbs


mozzarella cheese

tomato sauce

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