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Old 07-01-2009, 09:55 AM   #11
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I had heard about it in a pan on top of the stove and tried it. Seemed to make the bottom tough.
I usually just warm it in the oven. Haven't owned a toaster oven in years, so I just use my regular.
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Old 07-01-2009, 09:59 AM   #12
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cold or frying pan. microwave tastes rubbery to me.
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Old 07-01-2009, 12:05 PM   #13
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Don't use them.
You don't use pizzas or leftovers?

Sorry, couldn't resist that one.

For breakfast I eat my leftover pizza cold. If I do want to heat it I use the oven or toaster oven just until the cheese is melted again.

Edit to say Chefkathleen, I just saw your second post above and realize you were probably talking about microwaves or toaster ovens!
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Old 07-01-2009, 01:59 PM   #14
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What's your favorite way of reheating leftover pizza?
The fastest and crispest way (imho) is a frying pan on top the stove.

I have an Advantium oven, so I usually use that, but never the microwave. It turns the crust to cardboard.
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Old 07-01-2009, 02:15 PM   #15
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LOL@LP. Wish I never had to use leftovers sometimes.
My mom was the kind of person that would buy a 20lb turkey for 3 ppl and we'd eat leftovers forever!
I was just wondering about this yesterday as we had had pizza the night before and were having what was left for lunch the next day.
Seems as if there's as many ways to reheat pizza as there is ways to make mac & cheese.
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Old 07-01-2009, 02:20 PM   #16
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LOL@LP. Wish I never had to use leftovers sometimes.
My mom was the kind of person that would buy a 20lb turkey for 3 ppl and we'd eat leftovers forever!
I was just wondering about this yesterday as we had had pizza the night before and were having what was left for lunch the next day.
Seems as if there's as many ways to reheat pizza as there is ways to make mac & cheese.
mac and cheese PIZZA!! yummy
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Old 07-01-2009, 02:45 PM   #17
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stomach acid, usually.
Otherwise, microwave.

If I didnt reheat in the microwave, it wouldnt get used, LOL
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Hmmm, new ideas for leftover pizza.......you got me thinking here.

- scrape all the toppings off the crust, add a little more sauce, heat in microwave and pour over noodles? (could even put garlic butter on crust and put in the oven for instant garlic toast.

- cut off the hard crust edge , roll up from wide end, secure with toothpick, bake and you have pizza crescents?

- turn one piece on top of another, insert in your grill and come out with a pizza panini?

- leave cold, julienne and put over lettuce and other veggies, top with Italian dressing for a pizza salad?

Just a thought
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Hmmm, new ideas for leftover pizza.......you got me thinking here.

- scrape all the toppings off the crust, add a little more sauce, heat in microwave and pour over noodles? (could even put garlic butter on crust and put in the oven for instant garlic toast.

- cut off the hard crust edge , roll up from wide end, secure with toothpick, bake and you have pizza crescents?

- turn one piece on top of another, insert in your grill and come out with a pizza panini?

- leave cold, julienne and put over lettuce and other veggies, top with Italian dressing for a pizza salad?

Just a thought
make my garlic bread (butter) , butter a loaf of french bread and place under broiler till brown and crispy, remove from oven and top with favorite pizza toppings, place back in oven under broiler till cheese is melted and golden. viola!! garlic bread pizza a la MSM!!
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make my garlic bread (butter) , butter a loaf of french bread and place under broiler till brown and crispy, remove from oven and top with favorite pizza toppings, place back in oven under broiler till cheese is melted and golden. viola!! garlic bread pizza a la MSM!!
Sounds good, but I was trying to come up with ways to change pizza that is already made to save Chef Kathleen from her fear of leftovers!
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