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A History of Pizza in 8 Delicious Slices

Mike Rugnetta explores the history of pizza in 8 delicious slices on the latest episode of PBS Idea Channel. Pizza might be an Italian invention, but it is a worldwide phenomenon. Pizza has managed…

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The Deliciously Entertaining History Of Pizza In New York City - Neatorama


Most Sicilian pizza is just too thick for me, but Rizzo's in Astoria is the home of the wondrous thin-crust Sicilian slice. For 40 years, Joe Rizzo has been making thin-crust Sicilian pizza the way his father learned in Sicily. That means he uses homemade sauce (slightly sweet), full-cream mozzarella that lies ever so gently on top of the light—almost demure—crust, and just enough Romano cheese to give his pizza a little zing. When you walk into Rizzo's, all you'll see on the counter are…

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Pizza – The Official Food of Connecticut

Pizza The Official Food of Connecticut - Learn about the history of pizza in America and get a great recipe for homemade pizza dough and sauce, and complete with toppings of your choosing. Perfect for cooking with kids. Part of the Tour the World by Food series

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New York Slice: The Pizza Show

Recipe Pizza website has everything pizza. Making different types of dough, sauces, and toppings.

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Kartoffel pizza (with border). The origin of the word pizza is uncertain. The term "pizza" first appeared "in a Latin text from the southern Italian town of Gaeta in 997 AD, which states that a tenant of certain property is to give the bishop of Gaeta duodecim pizze ("twelve pizzas") every Christmas Day, and another twelve every Easter Sunday"

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