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Jean - thanks so much for posting the recipe. We've done pizza on the grill before and it's so good. Will be looking forward to using your recipe!
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#22
  Grilled Pizza Bethp Jean - thanks so muc...
You are so welcome and I hope you enjoy it as much as we do. In fact, had grilled pizza again last night. yum.
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#23
  Re: Grilled Pizza cjs You are so welcome a...
Just a suggestion for anyone who might have leftovers like we did. I cut nice big pieces and individually wrapped them, then just stacked them in a freezer container. That way Ron could take out one or two to take with him to work when he wants to.
Maryann

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#24
  Re: Grilled Pizza Mare749 Just a suggestion fo...
good thing to bring up, Maryann! How everyone heats leftover pizza.

In a hurry, we do rely on zapping it in the microwave. But we both really prefer to heat it on a dry cast iron skillet. It keeps the crust crisp while warming/melting the top. AND then, Roy loves his topped with fried eggs.

What are some other ideas?
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  Re: Grilled Pizza cjs good thing to bring ...
We have a small toaster oven, so Ron uses that on the toast setting. I think he does it twice.
Maryann

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#26
  Re: Grilled Pizza Mare749 We have a small toas...
When I take pizza to school, I zap it in the microwave. Not the best, but the only option I have.
Daphne
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#27
  Re: Grilled Pizza Gourmet_Mom When I take pizza to...
I heat mine in a covered skillet for the first minute or two and then uncovered until hot and crisp.
Shannon
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#28
  Re: Grilled Pizza Dismc I heat mine in a cov...
I like it to be chewy, so the microwave is ok with me, sometimes I toast it a little after that. The sauce is always dry by the next day, so I add some more of that too.
Cis
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  Re: Grilled Pizza farnfam I like it to be chew...
How about bringing leftover pizza to room temp, sprinkle with parmasagn cheese and heat on a grill pan, turning until cheese starts to melt, don't burn!--remove from heat--drizzle with good extra virgin olive oil--serve!!
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#30
  Re: Grilled Pizza Old Bay How about bringing l...
Leftover pizza? What's that???
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