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Freezable, take-to-New-Hampshireable Brooklyn pizza?


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Freezable, take-to-New-Hampshireable Brooklyn pizza?

cjd260 | Jun 21, 2010 06:21 PM

My in-laws have been asking us for years to bring along some real, honest-to-goodness Brooklyn pizza when we visit them up north, but I've never known a Brooklyn pizza that travels well: the thin crust gets soggy, the delicate cheese coating congeals, etc., etc.

I know from my travels that a couple of places in Chicago will half-cook a deep-dish pizza for you, freeze it, and either let you take it with you on the plane or send it to you mail order. Does anyone know of anywhere in Brooklyn that might do the same? I assume, in advance, that the answer is no: it's one thing to freeze (or freeze-dry) a giant quiche filled with cheese and sauce, but much of what makes New York pizza great is the lightness, freshness, etc., which really needs to be fresh from a ridiculously hot oven. But I thought I'd post the question anyway, just in case.

Any thoughts? Thanks!

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