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"flash gordon, md" <flash@well.com>
Sun, 7 Apr 1996 07:53:40 -0700
>From: BillyFish@aol.com
>Subject: Restoring pizza crispness?
>Date: Mon, 1 Apr 1996 19:11:08 -0500
>Having just started making pizza, I am surprised at how good it can be fresh
>out of the oven.  Because it cannot be eaten all at one, I store leftovers in
>the refrigerator.  Only a few hours later, it is already soggy.
>Does anyone have suggestions on how to store and/or revive excess pizza so
>that most of its original goodness is retained?
>I am using corn meal on a ceramic pizza stone.

you could always try making a smaller pizza. . .


since you mention "crispness", i'd guess you're microwaving it with soggy
results. you might try heating up your pizza stone and putting it on that
for a little while, or even heating up a big skillet and warming it on that.

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