Wednesday, July 10, 2024

The Pizza Equation

We know that pie are square, and that’s very important when you’re talking about pizza pie. How do you get the most pizza for your dollar? By doing the math. Yes, you’ll save money by buying a larger pizza, but there are a few other things to consider, as our friends at Uproxx point out.
There are a couple downsides that the video fails to mention. Because when you’re feeding 20 people one pizza, you have to pick one flavor to satisfy everyone. Also, one pizza means you can’t cut the pizza into those satisfying wedges. (Well, you could, but they’d be thin, and you’d look cheap.)
Also, there’s no reason to buy more pizza than you need, unless you’re willing to eat leftovers for a while. But if you are, the extra slices won’t cost you all that much. Just remember to refrigerate it.


Anonymous said...

Cut it in squares, Chicago tavern style.

Anonymous said...

You can also freeze pizza wrapped up tight and microwave it back to edible. Yeah,I know, it won't be as good as it was hot from the oven before they even put it in a box. But if you've got too much it makes a quick ready snack on hand.

Miss Cellania said...

Don't microwave a pizza. Use your toaster oven or air fryer. Or even an oven.