Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Relax.
Yes, you can recycle pizza boxes. Here’s what you need to know before you toss them in the recycling bin:
Recycled Pizza Boxes Become More Pizza Boxes
This is, perhaps, the most incredible feat in all of recycling. Recycled cardboard generally begets more cardboard in the form of chipboard. Chipboard can be turned into all sorts of things: cereal boxes, tissue boxes, the tissues themselves, and paper. But, when pizza boxes are recycled, they’re typically fashioned into more boxes for your favorite cheesy goodness.
Are All Pizza Boxes Recyclable and Compostable?
Usually, yes, pizza boxes are recyclable. Most pizza boxes are made with corrugated cardboard, which is also compostable. However, you’ll occasionally get a pizza box with a wax coating when you order pickup or delivery. You can’t recycle those pizza boxes, but the good news is that they’re far less common than the corrugated ones.
Other Cardboard Boxes
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For most of us, ranch dressing was a childhood go-to when the parents forced us to eat yucky vegetables. For some, ranch dressing remains a trusted sidekick for not only salads but also pizza.
Opinions on this subject are split, to put it lightly. Those who love ranch dressing on pizza are all in and are largely unabashed in their love for its creamy consistency and tangy flavor. Those who are opposed to it, however, are genuinely opposed to it.
You'll be hard-pressed to find Swiss-style neutrality when it comes to ranch dressing on pizza, but we're here to explain both sides of the story and offer up one scenario in which everyone should reach for the ranch.
Yes, we all can get along, even when it comes to one of the world's most hot-button issues. Let's dig in:
Where Did Ranch Dressing Come From?
Ranch dressing was the creation of Steve Henson, a California man who owned a Hidden Valley Ranch property in the 1950s. Henson and his wife made the dressing for guests, and it quickly became the highlight of the tour. Later, the Hensons...more
Are you looking for a great pizza to satisfy vegetarians and omnivores alike? Countless fresh-from-the-garden options can hit it out of the park when it comes to veggie pizza.
These are some of the very best pizza toppings for vegetarians:
Eggplant isn't among the most popular toppings in the United States, but it's a favorite in Italy. In the motherland of pizza, eggplant is a go-to topping for its slightly smoky flavor, which adds to pizza's unexpected complexity. If you love eggplant parm (and honestly, who doesn't!), you'll go crazy for eggplant on your veggie pizza.
In addition to the delicious and nutritious zucchini, did you know that zucchini plants also produce beautiful and edible flowers? Zucchini flowers are also an Italian favorite for a veggie pizza, and they're now commonly found at many pizzerias stateside.
Unlike other vegetables, zucchini flowers do not need to be sauteed before going on your pie. Pizza chefs place zucchini flowers on top of the pizza before baking, allowing the oven to do the work....more
Li'l Nick's Pizza
When it comes to pizza delivery orders, we know how hard it can be to please everyone. Especially when some of our friends or family fit into any of these categories.
We wanted to share some tips and ideas on how to master pizza delivery orders that will please everyone. Because happy bellies mean happy lives.more