The layers of cheese on top of tomato paste and so many different toppings to customize it, who am I kidding! I love pizza!
Apparently the first thing I said when I tried pizza as a child was, ‘Hey may I have some more bubble gum cheese?’ That story clarified my obsession with stretchy cheese on top of bread, I was addicted from I was a child!
My topping choices have changed over the years, when I stopped eating meat, because my stomach rejected it, I was forced to stop putting chicken as a topping which meant that my favorite blend of chicken, pesto and chopped tomatoes were no longer going to make my taste buds and stomach happy.
Spinach, pineapple and mushrooms became the best blend to stimulate by taste buds; it’s really an explosion of flavors in my mouth. If you’re one of those people who condemn pineapple on pizza, I urge you to try it before you knock it, pineapple adds sweetness and really vamps up the flavor.
I have tried Giordano’s deep dish in Chicago, talk about a cheese overload!! Pizza Hut in Singapore where you can dine in and also have a glass of wine. Domino’s in Japan where there are plenty of non-traditional toppings to try and various pizza places around New York.
One problem I face whenever I have pizza is that I always have leftovers! I might be the only person on earth who hates eating the leftovers cold and because of this I have found a way to still have that fresh out of the box taste after it’s been reheated. If this is something you want with your pizza then follow my instructions below.
DO NOT PUT IT IN THE MICROWAVE!
If you want your leftovers to feel rubbery when you’re eating it then by all means go ahead and pop it in the microwave for 30 to 45 seconds on high.
For the rest of us who despise that rubbery texture, the oven work wonders. Pizza was baked in an oven so why not reheat it in the oven?
Three minutes in the oven with the temperature at 350 degree Fahrenheit is all it takes to reheat your pizza and bring back the lovely fresh out the box taste.
How do you normally reheat your leftover pizza?