Thursday, October 03, 2019

Your Turn

Cold pizza in the morning or do you heat it up?

42 comments:

MyDogSmiles said...

Excellent either way !!!

MyDogSmiles said...

Hangover food of the gods

Zebra Seasoning said...

Usually cold, but if I'm feeling fancy I'll heat it up and add more cheese.

Brayson87 said...

I throw it out the night before. Pizza isn't a priceless commodity, you can order more.

Mooney said...

First slice cold cuz I’m starving while one heats up.

Best hangover food is Pho.

gadfly said...

Cold, definitely.

Fiendish Man said...

Cold. It's already cooked, no need to do it again.

Unknown said...

I love the smell of Neapolitan in the morning.

Todd said...

I never eat leftover pizza, hot or cold.

Do Tell said...

On the rare occasions I get pizza, I always get a personal size pizza, so there are never any leftovers.

Gator said...

I don't eat pizza in the morning.

Half Domer Homer said...

How can you NOT eat leftover pizza cold?

Vita said...

Rarely breakfast, but I can't throw out pizza! It usually makes it to the microwave, but only gets the formal, recommended oven reheat when it's part of leftovers night when family is in town. You know, bc we're fancy like that, lol

Scarlet Peaches said...

This question gave me heartburn

Me said...

Fried leftover spaghetti trumps cold pizza for breakfast every time.

Its what Clint Eastwood had for breakfast in all of his early westerns.

Brayson87 said...

Yeah I usually throw out all leftovers and think of how the UN can't save starving children in Africa.

MountainMama said...

Cold for sure but I actually like to leave it out all night and then have a slice for breakfast but it skeeves my husband out so I now eat it right out of the fridge. He is the type that if milk is out longer than 5 minutes he gets all worked up.

Guesser said...

@Brayson87, it's a sin to throw out leftover pizza. I keep it for lunch though.@Me,fried leftover spagetti,+1,but again, lunch.

La Morena said...

Yes. At 350 degrees in the oven for 10-15 min depending on size and thickness. Delicious breakfast!

hothotheat said...

Eithrr. If I hae time, for 20 seconds in microwave. If not, cold is fine too.

Vita said...

So weird, a friend was just telling me about her love of fried spaghetti earlier this week. Synchronicity of some innocuous sort.

Aquagirl said...

Definitely cold. I never throw leftover pizza away, because then I want it and wonder what I was thinking.

Aquagirl said...

I used to have a pizza Nazi in my old neighborhood. He used to give me specific directions on how to reheat it in my toaster oven & made me promise him that I would do it. He told me that if I didn’t promise, he wouldn’t sell me pizza anymore. I did it once, and it’s an excellent method, but cold is just so much better. (And much more expedient.)

momo said...

I literally craved and lived on thin crust pizza with anchovy and onion for a time. I'd buy the large and probably couldn't eat two pieces, but it was all about the leftovers. NO I didn't refrigerate - that's weird. It's cooked and it just gets better overnight. Especially with anchovies, that sort of pervade the whole crispy crust. mmmm been a while No need to heat it up. It's perfect room temp.

StheNine said...

Cold. The difference between a ok pizza and a great one is how it tastes cold.

Super Comic Fun Time! said...

Yuck! Breakfast is for mornings. Leftover pizza is for lunch.

Unknown said...

Now he eats owl wings and weiners at the Bohemian Grove.
I so used to love this guy too.

R. J. Anderson said...

Warmed.. 400° for 11 minutes.. Call it the 411.. Really, really good..

Vita said...

Aquagirl- geez-- he WAS the Pizza Nazi! I'm surprised he didn't tell you which toppings to order, too!☺

Aquagirl said...

Hey @Vita: Hope you’re well! Yes, he was a PN, but he made the best pizza ever and he was very proud of it and didn’t want anyone to ruin his handiwork. So I could sort of relate to that aspect.

fairylights said...

Neither, not for breakfast! Heated for lunch.

Astra Worthington said...

Mooney- I LOVE pho! Was really tempted to get some today, I drove by the restaurant but I’ll probably just make it at home like I always do (just takes a while to get the broth done and since I don’t eat beef it’s always pork/chicken).

As for pizza, I used to always eat it cold but now I usually heat it up after years of my husband, giving me crap about eating it cold. I usually make my own pizza and it is actually better heated up. Store pizza is more flexible on temperature.

Mischief Girl said...

I'm drawing a clear line in the sand--cold pizza is disgusting.

Heat it up and dig that melted cheese, or leave that pie ALONE!

MissyPab said...

Nothing like cold pizza the next morning. Been doing this for years. It's better the next day.

Fuchsia said...

Usually no leftovers, I’ll eat it later that same night. Usually cold but sometimes heated in the microwave.

OKay said...

Uh, who the hell heats up leftover pizza? Cold, of course!

OKay said...

*Ugh, but uh works too I guess...

GentleBreeze said...

haha, owl wings and weiners.

fgs, it takes 8 mins (or less)in the toaster oven. Enjoy a cup of tea with milk whilst waiting.

ME said...

Warm it up, and only eat the toppings, not the crust, just the skimmed part of the crust.

pickyvegetarian said...

totally depends on where the pizza is from... but most of the time i have to reheat...

Red Velvet Boots said...

Cold or if heated for breakfast add a fried egg :)

Ann said...

Cold it's the breakast of champions.

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