Delicious Naples-style pizza in Paris.
Pizza has been an elemental part of Italy’s diet since the Stone Age, when it was baked under the rocks of a fire. Given the limited resources of the time, pizza was far more basic. History of Pizza Seasonings evolved slowly, so these primitive pizzas were often eaten as plain flatbreads. In addition, they had not yet been given the term “pizza.” The evolution from these simple flatbreads to pizza as we know it today… [Read More]
Made in Italy is a pizzeria, part of the expanding Made in Italy Group of restaurants in London.
Rossopomodoro first launched in the UK in 2006, opening three restaurants in central London: Chelsea, Covent Garden and Notting Hill. They fly in Neapolitan mineral water for authentic taste.
Half-moon pastries stuffed with cheese and meats or vegetables, folded and sealed, and then baked in a pizza oven. The dough is very similar to the one used for pizza.
It’s a commonly held belief that the comfort food we call “pizza” originated in Italy. Although that may be contested by some, there is no question that this delicacy finds its home and comfort with the Italians. It may be hard to believe today, but at one point pizza existed as seasoned flat-breads with no toppings. Since pizza required very little ingredients, it was inexpensive and was sold mainly to peasants. One Italian queen in the late 1880s, now famous in… [Read More]
Chef Alberto Cretara honed his skills in Rome before baking pizzas at Farinella. An affordable spot for a good lunch in the Civic Center.
A rare coal-burning oven churns out pizzas at Luzzo’s. The only way to get a coal-burning oven these days is to inherit it.
When Mezzaluna burst upon the Manhattan restaurant scene in 1984, even the most jaded New Yorkers fell in love with the kind of place which they had only known while traveling in Italy.