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Unless you’re a fan of chewy cheese and a soggy crust, skip the microwave. (Here’s what else you should never microwave). Instead, for multiple slices, place a foil-covered baking sheet in the oven and heat at 450 degrees. Place slices on the foil and bake for 10 minutes. The cheese should be bubbling and the crust crispy when it’s done. For a single slice, set your toaster oven to medium-dark and toast twice or until the cheese begins to bubble. You can also try reheating on the stovetop. Heat a pan or skillet on medium-high for one minute, place the pizza in the pan, cover and heat for another two to three minutes.
2. Rotisserie chicken
The key to a tasty reheated rotisserie chicken is keeping it moist. Prevent your bird from drying out by wrapping it (tightly) in foil and heating it in the oven at 350 degrees for roughly 20 minutes. Slice into a breast with a sharp knife to test whether it’s heated through. If crispy skin trumps moist meat in your house, skip the wrapping and place the chicken on a foiled-lined baking sheet.