Last time we were gathered together like this, I got to wondering...just how much does pizza fuel (literally and imaginatively) our travels? Are you the sort of person who's willing to go the distance for a good pie? Well, the winning choice (with 26% of the total 469 votes) suggests most of us are willing to put in a pretty good deal of legwork. Anywhere within our cities, suburbs, or even the next state over is fair game. I have to admit to fostering a certain amount of jealousy for the 14% who declared that all their travel is pizza-centric, and have sampled pies in all corners of the globe. If you're looking to plan your next pizza outing, definitely check out the comments for some travel tips from these slice jet-setters.
And it begins anew! Today's poll is inspired by a recent experience of mine: being "burdened" with pizza leftovers. I threw a bit of a pizza party for some friends this past weekend, but our collective appetites simply weren't enough to tackle the pies I turned out, leaving me with a neat stack of tinfoil triangles in the fridge. What to do with them? I'm 100% okay with eating leftover pizza cold the next morning, and have done so on many occasion...but I thought I'd explore some options. Which is where you guys come in—what do you do? How do you eat your leftovers??
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