Keepin’ your “pizza slice” moist…


Pizza’s a big item in Nathaniel’s household.

We order it at least once a week. Generally we eat it over the course of two or even three days. Towards the fourth day it gets a bit dry. I tend to throw it out at that point, but my housemate is far less picky.

He doesn’t let dry pizza stop him. He’ll take the four day old slice, turn on the tap and run water over the pizza!

Here’s the recently-hydrated slices warming up in the

I am a resident of Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada who has blogged here for 20 years. I like to share my thoughts and feelings on my own online space. From 1998 until 2017 I worked as a journalist and I hope to use this website as an archive for all of my stories.


  1. The whole point of doing this is that otherwise the temperature in the pizza slices can go above the boiling point of water. Then they can burn, or become extremely dry. Neither is a nice outcome.

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