12-Volt Portable Oven and Pizza Maker

12-Volt Portable Oven and Pizza Maker

Yes, the roadside Pizza Huts that have begun sprouting up in truck stops across the land are handy, but it’s a royal pain waiting for your pie. No longer a problem — now just cook a pizza as you drive with the 12-Volt Portable Oven and Pizza Maker ($40). It runs off of your cigarette lighter outlet and has high/low settings, so if you don’t eat it all in Kansas City, you can warm some up when you get to St. Louis. [via BoingBoing]

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