Pizza comes out great whether you're using a baking sheet, cast iron pan or the grill. However, if those aren't an option, you may be surprised to learn that a slow cooker makes remarkably crispy pizza too.
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The ceramic base of most slow-cookers keeps the crust crispy while it cooks. Put the crust on the bottom, and then put on your toppings. You won't be able to let it cook all day (since it will start to burn after a few hours), but it can still be handy. Let the first person who comes home put it in the slow cooker and it will be ready by dinner time.
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