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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Dreadnut, Apr 24, 2020.

Cold pizza for breakfast?

  1. yes

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  2. no

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  1. FenderLover

    FenderLover Poster Extraordinaire

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    I can't imagine not having enough time to heat a slice of pizza.
     
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    I voted "no", only because there wasn't an option for "Only when I'm too drunk to use the oven".

    I never warm pizza up in the microwave. Ever.
     
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    Could I interest you in our special today? Banana and Liver pizza!
     
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    I've been baking a lot of bread during the last two months. Decided to experiment with pizza dough.

    I picked up one of those 3/4" thick steel plates to put in the oven. They soak up and store the heat so you can get a normal oven to do pizza super fast like a brick pizza oven does (not 100% but it gets you into the ballpark). I have to trick my oven temp sensor so I can get the oven up close to 600 degrees F. It takes an hour to preheat the oven and get that steel fully charged up with the heat --- then you shape the dough and spread the ingredients and slide it onto the hot steel and then each pizza takes only 90 seconds .. amazing to watch it puff up and the crust is wonderful!

    I still have a lot to learn but I'm enjoying the experimenting. So far I haven't been able to have any leftover to eat, cold, for breakfast!
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  5. stratoman1

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    Not since I quit drinking 20 years ago
     
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    I thought this was going to be about Lindsey Buckingham...

    Anywho, hell yes to cold pizza for breakfast!!! Nothing better the morning after a crazy show when you’re struggling. Cold pizza has saved lives!
     
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    LOL,,, got lucky:D
     
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    I read that as detastable at first.

    I agree though, I’ll go the extra mile and say no pizza for breakfast. I’d probably skip it before eating pizza that early.
     
  9. Jlwctn

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    Cold Pizza, dunk it in Hot Black Coffee...!
    Pizza is Bread, and poor, defenseless bread in the microwave is a criminal act.
    Heat it up in a covered skillet.
     
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    No. Not for breakfast but I’ll nuke a slice or two for lunch.
    Cold pizza for breakfast was a college thing. Back when I was young and foolish. Now I’m old and foolish
     
  11. 1293

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    I agree. When I make pizza I like to get the melt back and crisp up the crust on the leftovers.

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    Cold pizza... I'm in!
     
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    I can't really answer, because I never refrigerate pizza. I leave it out all night and eat it right from the box the next morning. So it's usually room temp, not cold. Occasionally I'll heat it.
     
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  14. bradpdx

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    Thermodynamics: cold pizza is the same temperature as warm beer, measured in degrees Kelvin.


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    ^^^ Cold pizza and warm beer.

    The breakfast of champions.
     
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    The little convenience store down the road from me used to actually serve breakfast pizza. It had eggs, bacon, sausage and cheese on it. Yummy!
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    i dont do cold pizza but i do do cold spaghetti
     
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    Reheated in the broiler (never nuked), then place a fried egg on top. Add some fresh salsa and only then is it a proper breakfast.
     
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    I know this (kind of fake) Mexican restaurant that has quesadilla desserts, I don't remember what's in them exactly, but it's something similar, with some fruits.

    I've considered getting it more than once, but their portions for the main courses are usually too big for me to consider dessert.
     
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    To reheat pizza , place it in a pan with the lid on . Low heat until warm to taste .
     
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