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Take This PPS Takeout Tip From Us…


Some days, there’s nothing better than enjoying your favourite Prima Strada pizza in the comfort of your own home. Pizza, wine and a movie wearing your favorite sweats. Maybe you don’t feel like cooking? Or maybe you’re just in a rush? Whatever the case, we understand. In fact, we’re more than happy to serve up your favorite PPS pizza pies to go. But here’s the thing, we want you to have a great pizza. We’re your friends, and friends look out for each other.

The steam from a hot-out-of-the-oven PPS pizza makes it wilt in the box. It gets soggy, and we don’t like that. Do you? Of course you don’t! As your friends, we’re going to share a tip to be sure you get what you deserve – the best!

Next time you order your PPS takeout pizza, ask for it to be “80 percent no cut.”

What does this mean?

It means we’ll cook your pizza in our wood-fired oven to 80 per cent. It’ll be almost done. You come in and take it home. When you get there, preheat your oven to 500 degrees. Slide your pie onto the oven rack. It’ll be easy because it’s not cut. In a quick two to three minutes, it’ll be hot, and the cheese will be bubbly. It’s ready! Cut it and serve it up! It’ll have that crunch – just like at Prima Strada! Perfetto!

Honestly, this is how we do it (when we’re not eating it in the car on our way home, that is).

Next time you order PPS takeout, take it from us: order it 80 per cent no cut. You’ll get the PPS pizza you love with none of the consequences of the time it takes to drive home. No sog. No problem!

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