Leftover Pizza : cold or re-heated?   80 votes

  1. 1. Leftover Pizza : cold or re-heated?

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This question came up at a recent gathering with a few friends and end up asking.

How do you eat your left over pizza?

So everyone how do you like it?

Personally I re-heat pizza, but only in the oven for maximum crispness!
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nuke it for 30 seconds so it is not cold to eat

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COLD
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I love cold pizza. Not as much as cold fried chicken though. :)
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Re-heated, but only for about 30 seconds or so. Too long in the microwave makes it dry and horrible :p

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Cold. Too many issues and inconsistencies when reheating.

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Cold

if I have to eat it reheated it has to be in the oven, NEVER in the microwave :x

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Preferably heated in the oven to keep it crispy, but once in a while cold in the morning (breakfast of champions). Any pizza in the microwave should be illegal.
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Depends on what kind it is. A plain cheese pizza is great cold, but with sausage or other toppings not so much.

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depends on the Pizza

Godfathers i'll reheat, Dominoes for some reason is Really good cold

[quote name='Max Norris' timestamp='1345487638' post='595107729']
Preferably heated in the oven to keep it crispy, but once in a while cold in the morning (breakfast of champions). Any pizza in the microwave should be illegal.
[/quote]godfathers is decent in the microwave :p

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Reheated. Cold pizza is a crime against humanity.
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Do it in Italian style, heat the pizza in a microwave oven till it blows up then eat it with a spoon.

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I always do this. Works a treat.

[url="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWIJNaA-JNA&feature=plcp"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XWIJNaA-JNA&feature=plcp[/url]
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[quote name='Tom' timestamp='1345488634' post='595107775']
I always do this. Works a treat.

[i]snip video[/i]
[/quote]that's genius

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[quote name='YanksOnTop' timestamp='1345492025' post='595107953']
If you cant eat it cold then it wasnt good hot..
[/quote]That's terrible food logic lol

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Reheated in an oven at 375 degrees for 15 minutes.
Makes it just a little well done. So damn good.
Cold pizza to me is disgusting. Yuck.

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"Reheat Me" says ma Pizza

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[quote name='azspeedbullet' timestamp='1345487419' post='595107705']
nuke it for 30 seconds so it is not cold to eat
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Same here. I can't eat it cold.

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I have simply lost count on the cold eating food that I do, pizza included ... wife hates it but I always eat everything cold ... even soup (soup luke warm) but really, food for me is eaten cold ... I almost hate warm food ... (except for tea and some sweats and muffins ---- yeah see what I did there, yeah! ... in a Peter Griffin voice)

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I microwave Totino's pepperoni pizzas then roll them up like a burrito. It is amazing.
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Cold pizza?!? Oh my.... Now you're offending a pizza-taster here....

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Either cold, or if heated, NOT in the microwave. Ugh, microwave turns it unto a steaming piece of rubber.
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[quote name='Tom' timestamp='1345488634' post='595107775']
I always do this. Works a treat.

[/quote]

Same here since i found that vid earlier this year.

I rehat mine most the time unless ive just got up and go "need food NOW!" lol

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[quote name='KSean' timestamp='1345487503' post='595107717']
Re-heated, but only for about 30 seconds or so. Too long in the microwave makes it dry and horrible :p
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not if you lay a wet paper towel over it...soaks up the moisture from the towel. works with bread too

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Personally, I prefer it cold. Nuking it just seems to kill the flavor. But that's just me. Everyone is different....however, I've often wondered this myself. So thank you for bringing it up! (Y)

[quote name='Marshall' timestamp='1345487462' post='595107715']
I love cold pizza. Not as much as cold fried chicken though. :)
[/quote]
Funny, that was the first thing I thought of when I saw the whole cold pizza topic. I eat my fried chicken cold too. (Y)

[quote name='rosszone' timestamp='1345500735' post='595108407']
Either cold, or if heated, NOT in the microwave. Ugh, microwave turns it unto a steaming piece of rubber.
[/quote]

Exactly! (Y)

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