James has yet another brilliant use for the versatile pizza cutter:
My toddler daughter enjoys having a toasted waffle for breakfast, but she’s not skilled enough to cut up the waffles herself. For a while, I cut them up using a fork, but that wasn’t very efficient. Then I had a brainwave: Use a pizza cutter. Now I take the waffle out of the toaster, butter it, cut it into bite-size squares with the pizza cutter, then put the syrup on it. Much, much quicker — and it produces many fewer crumbs.
On a past hack on bagel cutting, Scott commented that he likes this Zyliss pizza cutter for all manner of kid-related slicing and dicing — he says it works more quickly and efficiently than the traditional handle-and-wheel models.