I went to the F%26F Pizzeria to discover how some real pizza lovers, Frank Falcinelli and Frank Castronovo, reheat pizza. Not only will you be able to savor its cheesy, spicy, and carb-rich flavor, but you'll likely have leftovers to enjoy for the next few days. This method is great for reheating pizza, but make sure you don't turn up the heat too high. But not all leftover pizzas are treated the same, leading to sticky, messy atrocities that are nothing more than shells of what used to be wonderful.
You might think you know how to reheat pizza in a pan, but there are actually a lot of things that can go wrong here. While nothing will match the feel or feeling of a warm cake with a cold beer or soda after a long week, there's something to be said about that reheated portion on Saturday. Ordering a pepperoni pie for dinner is easy, but what isn't easy is finding the best way to reheat the pizza. Reheating a one-day pizza on the stove may be the most labor-intensive of all (although the instructions are easier than tying your shoes), but the pizza result was, without exception, the best of the bunch.
This isn't to say that cold pizza isn't delicious on its own (and is one of the best unofficial hangover cures), but if you want to reheat a slice or two, there's too much conflicting literature about which appliance works best.