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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

There's No Such Thing As Italian Food

There’s no such thing as “Italian food”, you’ll dine differently depending on what region you’re in, tradition and local production.

Raised pork pie

Traditional Pork Pie - something my teenage son has introduced me to.

Pizza bianca with smoked salmon and spring onions

Pizza bianca with smoked salmon and spring onions: try this delicious pizza bianca (with a creamy white base rather than tomato sauce). Spring onion, rocket and smoked salmon mean this pizza is piled high with fresh summery flavours

Pizzeria Uno's Deep Dish Pizza - When Pizzeria Uno founders, Ike Sewell and Ric Riccardo, invented it in 1943, they weren’t trying for true Italian. They believed Chicagoans needed something more substantial: deep dish pizza, which is more a casserole than a flatbread.

World Thinking Day for Leaders: Italy

Move past the pizza and pasta! The country of Italy has much, much more food, music, history and culture to explore. If you're planning a World Thinking Day event or booth focusing on Italy, look n...

Cassola, Rome's Jewish Christmas Treat

This is Cassola, a shockingly simple- and quick-to-make cake, which can be made into individual portions or one large cake. No gluten, no grain. Cassola is sweet, creamy, and delicate (and naturally low-fat! but you could never tell). This is an ancient Jewish Roman dessert, which the Roman Catholic community has adopted as the dessert of choice for Christmas dinner.