How to Serve a Pizza to your Guests
No matter how you slice it, pizza is popular with just about everybody, from finicky toddlers to particular grandparents. The wonderful aroma of a fresh-baked pizza delivered right from the oven to your front door is guaranteed to make mouths water.
If you are hosting a party at your home or workplace, pizza should never be served cold. To determine whether a pizza is fresh enough, the cheese should stretch and form elastic-like cheese strings from your plate to the pie. If the strings do not appear and the cheese does not stretch, then your pizza pie is not fresh and has been sitting for too long. If this is the case, call the restaurant or the delivery service and demand that they take the pizza back. They should either reimburse you or send you another pizza to compensate for their mistake.
Cold pizza is only acceptable as a leftover and can be turned into a filling morning breakfast. Heating a cold pizza in the microwave is acceptable – but you should take care not to overheat the pizza. When pizza is overheated, the cheese goes up to a scalding temperature and can cause serious burns in the roof of your mouth and the surface of your tongue. Do not leave cold pizza in the microwave for more than one minute.
Keep in mind that when a cold pizza is reheated it becomes dry and crispy. Once pizza goes cold, it never goes back to its previous delicious state. This is why pizza delivery is a procedure that requires speed, diligence and the possession of high quality pizza delivery bags to preserve the temperature and freshness of the pizza pie.
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