- Friday, 14 October 2016
The little bit of white plastic, which we all so calously throw aside, it plays a vital role in maintaining the integrity of your dinner.
The toppings and much of the cheese stuck to the roof. This is probably caused by steam from the pizza, which makes the cardboard above sag and fall onto the topping.
Damn the hot, heavy, soggy, delicious pizza. Now you know the value of the little table, our topping saviour.
According to Eater, It was invented in 1983 by Carmela Vitale, a 46 year old from Long Island, New York.
The patent for what Vitale called a 'Package saver' was approved two years later on 12 Feb 1985.