Irrational Fear? Not Of Stuffed Crust Pizza.

I have some irrational fears. Oh, I know you are just dying to hear them.

First one. Those Pillsbury dough cylinders where you have to press the seam to open them. You know the ones. These.

Sometimes I’ll press my spoon into that stupid ‘press the spoon into here’ line and there will be a massive BOOM. One time I fell to the floor and clasped my chest as my horrified toddlers looked on. “Mummy got shot by the Dough Boy. OW. OW.”.


Revenge is sweet.

Second Irrational Fear. Dangling my arms off of a bed. I never, ever sleep with an arm hanging off of the side of the bed. EVER. I saw this movie when I was 9. Loved it. Hated it. Still with me all these years later.

“We want you Sally.” Ugh….creepy as all hell.

Third Irrational Fear. Dolls coming to life.

Like in this mini movie.

You’ve seen some of the other movies. Yikes. This one??? Hurl.

And Holy Freakin’ Clown. How about this scene?

I was given a Lester ventriloquist doll as a gift when I was about 11. Damn, he was cute. Fun. Silly.

But, only in the daylight. I spent years covering him with a blanket at night, as though he were a parakeet. Scary as all get out in the night when the two of us were alone in my room. Irrational? Perhaps.

Let’s just get back to this easy pizza recipe. You’re tired after a long day. You think the kids would love pizza for dinner.

That is NOT irrational.

If you are me, you just need someone to open that blasted Pillsbury Crust package.

Pillsbury Stuffed Crust Pizza


1 can (13.8 oz) Pillsbury® refrigerated classic pizza crust
7 sticks (1 oz each) string cheese
1/2 cup pizza sauce
24 slices pepperoni (from 3.5-oz package)
2 cups shredded Italian cheese blend (8 oz)


1. Heat oven to 425°F. Grease 12-inch pizza pan with shortening or cooking spray.

2. Unroll dough; place in pan. Starting at center, press out dough to edge of pan, pressing up and extending over sides by at least 1 inch. Place string cheese around inside edge of crust. Fold extended edge of dough over cheese; pinch firmly to seal.

3. Spoon sauce evenly over dough. Top with pepperoni and cheese blend.

4. Bake 12 to 16 minutes or until crust is deep golden brown and cheese in center is melted.

Scary, irrational music. Nah. Ya think?
Searider Falcon-Everybody's Scared

The Magnetic Fields-The Doll's Tea Party


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