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Old 05-21-2017, 07:17 PM   #16
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Nope, gotta have it heated up. In fact, I'm finding that the pizza is usually not hot enough when it comes to my table anymore so sometimes the second half of it has to be heated up again (I always ask politely and so far no one has freaked out).

At home? Nope, that thing needs to be reheated or it's not going into me.

I also like it leftover heated up too! Preferably in the oven as opposed to the micro wave ! So sometimes I eat leftover pizza cold and sometimes heated up! It's a whole different taste! Depends what mood I'm in !
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I also like it leftover heated up too! Preferably in the oven as opposed to the micro wave ! So sometimes I eat leftover pizza cold and sometimes heated up! It's a whole different taste! Depends what mood I'm in !

I used to be able to eat cold pizza but I just can't seem to abide the feeling of it anymore. Honestly I don't care for any cold meat, including sandwiches. To each his own!
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I can have it either or. I prefer the melted cheese so I'll throw it in the microwave for a minute.
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Used to always eat left over pizza cold for breakfast. Now I prefer it heated in the oven so it's crisp and hot.
Yes, they deliver pizza hot for a reason... it taste so much better! (IMO.)
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Yes, they deliver pizza hot for a reason... it taste so much better! (IMO.)


LOL! That would be funny if pizza parlors had an option of day old ice cold pizza for delivery !!!
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LOL! That would be funny if pizza parlors had an option of day old ice cold pizza for delivery !!!


I don't mean to be a dork and quote my own posts!! BUT!! In this economy if they did offer something like this, day old pizza that wasn't sold to sell at half price?? It would be delivered cold, but you could always heat it up at home right?
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The only leftovers that I will eat cold is pizza and fried chicken..... love cold pizza, but love cold fried chicken much more.
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I don't mean to be a dork and quote my own posts!! BUT!! In this economy if they did offer something like this, day old pizza that wasn't sold to sell at half price?? It would be delivered cold, but you could always heat it up at home right?

The pizzerias we go to don't make it till you order it, so your plan doesn't work for me
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The pizzerias we go to don't make it till you order it, so your plan doesn't work for me


Yeah that's true! I think that is how pizza places work! Not like day old bread or donuts!!! I guess it's good I didn't try to patent that idea!
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The only leftovers that I will eat cold is pizza and fried chicken..... love cold pizza, but love cold fried chicken much more.


Oh HECK YEAH!!!! Cold fried chicken ROCKS!!!!!!!!
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^^^ It is a good idea though, as some delis sell cold rotisserie chickens for half price, so why not pizzas?
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^^^ It is a good idea though, as some delis sell cold rotisserie chickens for half price, so why not pizzas?

Yeah!!! Thank you Wawwie!!!

Opus rained on my parade!!!!
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Yeah!!! Thank you Wawwie!!!

Opus rained on my parade!!!!
We'll start our own business! 50/50!!!
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I'm in charge of the rotisserie chickens, and you're in charge of the pizzas...

We'll set up shop in downtown Brooklyn!
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