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    Default Pizza Hut Special -- Playa Dorado

    On Mondays and Fridays before 3 pm, Pizza Hut is offering 3 Medium Pies with 1 topping for $RD 200 each. Take out only.

    Great for the freezer and the best way to re heat is by placing the pizza directly on your oven rack in the middle on high heat for that crispy crust.

    If you try to re heat pizza by placing the slices on a cookie sheet you will not get the crispy crust.

    Remember to defrost and bring up to temperature before using this method.

    Enjoy ! ! !

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    Had their pizza yesterday and was surprised to see 48 peso charge for extra cheese, which we didn't order. Was told by manager that basic pizza doesn't come with cheese so the charge is automatically added, even if you don't specify you want cheese or not. Pizza without cheese, what will they think of next!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Campesina View Post
    Had their pizza yesterday and was surprised to see 48 peso charge for extra cheese, which we didn't order. Was told by manager that basic pizza doesn't come with cheese so the charge is automatically added, even if you don't specify you want cheese or not. Pizza without cheese, what will they think of next!
    So the extra cheese charge is for the basic cheese charge then.. Another only in the DR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Campesina View Post
    Had their pizza yesterday and was surprised to see 48 peso charge for extra cheese, which we didn't order. Was told by manager that basic pizza doesn't come with cheese so the charge is automatically added, even if you don't specify you want cheese or not. Pizza without cheese, what will they think of next!
    A charge for the pizza box LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDJones View Post
    I've never had any luck with freezing their pizzas. The freezer pull all of the Moisture out, which makes for a pretty dry pizza the next day.
    I take the individual slices and wrap them in plastic wrap and it works just fine.

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    How do you freeze or reheat pizza in a country where the electricity is non-existant? (I guess you could reheat it by putting it out on the sidewalk)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyratt View Post
    How do you freeze or reheat pizza in a country where the electricity is non-existant? (I guess you could reheat it by putting it out on the sidewalk)
    stoves are gas, not electric

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    non-existant electricity ............errrrrr what do you mean

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    BBQ....pizza on the grill if you make the dough yourself and roast your veggies which makes a great pie .

    Who needs electricity for Pizza?

    Some people wrap their lunch in aluminimum foil and place it under the hood of their car so it is warmed up for later use.

    Improvise and delegate so there is no need to master debate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thandie View Post
    A charge for the pizza box LOL!
    They will force you to eat it there, but then it would not be a takeout and the offer goes down the toilet LOL. En este paisito se ven bainas....

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