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    Mods usually have the police car avatar. ALL of them have a moderator title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poppa View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC_Marc View Post
    I like the little fish right on top of the pineapple. sweet and salty... mmm
    never thought of that. if I get a chance I might try it.

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    The best way to reheat pizza is to cook it in the oven at 375 F. Usually about 7 minutes is just right.

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    Although cold pizza early in the morning was a college staple. It just isn't the same now that I'm older.

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    When I worked at pizza shops many moons ago. I used to put it in a fryer basket and hold it in the oil just so the crust was in the oil. Was a pain holding it for a minute while cooking it but it was delicious.

    I grew up in pizza shops my family had and I worked at many when I was young. Pretty much all pizza is tastes good right out of the oven super hot even fast food pizzas like papa johns. The real test of if a pizza is truly good is if it tastes just as good cold out of the fridge the next day as it did right out of the oven.

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    Of course reheated.

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    Has to be fresh !

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    put a piece of american cheese between 2 slices and reheat.

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    Take out a shelf and stack them on their sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frio View Post
    Sometimes i want to buy some frozen pizza for emergencies, but most boxes are too big for a side x side. What is a good or recomended small pizza/box that will fit in a side x side.I'll try anything good.
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    I love cold pizza!

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    Only hot!)

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    I hope everybody knows about the proper way to reheat pizza: Put it in a pan, low heat, put a lid on top, fry til bottom is crispy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by philander24 View Post
    I hope everybody knows about the proper way to reheat pizza: Put it in a pan, low heat, put a lid on top, fry til bottom is crispy.
    Yea, heat up a cast iron pan and listen to the sizzle, but must of the time I'm impatience and eat it cold

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    It all depends on the time of year. If it's summer, cold pizza is a great option!

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    Good pizza is good cold right out of the fridge. Bad pizza nuke it cause at that point it is really not about taste, it is about just something to eat and it will be better warm than cold.

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    Or buy a proper fridge.
    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBeerme View Post
    Or buy a proper fridge.
    Also a great option

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