There’s no disagreement: For its intended use, a rolling pizza cutter works better than anything else. Plus, many home chefs point out that pizza wheels come in handy not only for slicing their namesake, but also for prepping everything from pie crusts to fresh pasta. That said, if you don’t cook or bake very often, chances are that in your kitchen, a pizza cutter would only collect dust between infrequent uses. That's fine, in theory, since pizza cutters neither cost much nor take up very much room. But if like so many other homeowners, you're on a mission to reduce unnecessary clutter in the kitchen, you're much better off sticking with the simple, "good enough" alternative—a regular chef's knife.