I love pizza. Good pizza. And I enjoy it cold. Pizza discovered in the fridge the day after the night before is the benchmark for food-fortuitousness. But, it can all be very disappointing if stored incorrectly. Storage is actually quite important to the morning's enjoyment and I'm begining to think keeping the pizza in the box it arrived is better than some tidy/fussy mixed-media gladwrap and crockery sculpture. It seems to maintain crust integrity? Could it be? Why? Something to do with cardboard?
From memory, there's only two places to buy pizza in Wellington, NZ, they are Pizza Pomodoro and Hell. In Sydney, Crust is great for take-away and La Disfida for dining in.
2 days ago