So the Apocalypse has started and you can’t get that pizza take-away any longer. What are you going to do? Do you try to maintain standards or do you try to eke out a new, lesser kind of living? Introducing the ROCCBOX.
I’m not really advertising this product although I have to say it looks pretty cool. I like barbeques as much as the next Paleo man, but I would never consider making a pizza using my Weber.
Imagine this: It’s three months into the ZA and you’ve been eating canned food, the odd cooked rodent (probably) and plenty of bottled water. Occasionally you find a nice bottle of white wine or a few beers and, guess what, a pizza would go well with them about now. What can you do?
The good thing about pizzas is that they are easy to make. A bit of flour, olive oil, salt, dried yeast, milk if you can get it, bits and bobs from cans to put on top to taste, oh, and a pizza oven. Damn! Everything else can go in the backpack, but an oven?
This one can go in the back of your loaner car, the one you promise to use until it breaks down. About the size of a suitcase, it’s what all the happenin’ ZA survivors will be using this Apocalypse. Easy to set up and easy to use, it produces pizzas like professionals.
I need to get one before the ZA – problem is, they haven’t been produced yet, it’s still in the prototype phase at the moment. Keep an eye on the press and get yourself one as soon as they come out! Just because it’s the end of the world doesn’t mean you have to drop your sense of style.