Sometimes it's the small innovations that make my day. Normally I reheat pizza in a skillet for a crisp bottom and melted cheese. This method works well if you don't want to turn on the oven and if you don't mind the fact that the top of the crust remains a bit soggy. Tonight I needed to reheat pizza for two so I pulled out the griddle. Unfortunately without the high sides to help keep the heat in the cheese wasn't melting. As I stared at the slices, trying to melt the cheese through the force of my mind I had an epiphany. I could simply flip the pizza over. The crust would brown and the cheese would not only melt, it would become crispy and caramelized like a frico making the leftover pizza into something possibly better than the real thing. It worked perfectly and I crunched and chewed happily wondering why on earth I never thought of doing that before.