Pizza Pie

What is your pizza style? If a thin crispy crust is for you then St. Louis style pizza should be on your take out order. This pizza is not topped with the traditional mozzarella cheese, but with Provel cheese, and a zesty tomato sauce, and cut into squares. Or perhaps you like Chicago pizza, served up as a deep-dish style pizza with a cornmeal flavored and textured crust. The dough is baked in a cake-like pan and filled with meats, cheeses and vegetables. Do you find a whole pizza is too much for you? New York is home of the slice where you can order a single serving with your favorite toppings. The crust is crisp and chewy, the sauce is sweet, and toppings are simple. Whether your prefer crisp, thick, or thin crust and no matter what your taste for toppings are, you can find a pizza recipe for you in these titles from our digital collections.

In this inspiring cookbook, you'll find everything you need to create delicious dinners featuring pizza for family and friends. Discover more than 50 recipes for fantastic pizzas, from classic favorites to new flavor combinations, plus easy side dishes, salads, clever tips, and more. Whether you're looking for family-friendly recipes for weeknight meals or menus for weekend parties, this helpful guide offers an arsenal of great ideas for pizza lovers everywhere.

With liberty and pizza for all. There is no doubt that pizza is one of the most popular foods in the United States, cherished by everyone from your average family guy to the Leader of the free world. Americans reportedly eat a combined 350 slices every second! Although pizza has its origins overseas, it has come into full (ahem) flour here in the States. Pizza: A Slice of American History tells the story of how this beloved food became the apple of our collective eye—or, perhaps more precisely, the pepperoni of our pie.

If you love pizza, consider the delicious satisfaction of making it at home using fresh, wholesome ingredients and according to your own exacting specifications. Thick, chewy crust or thin, crackery crust. Tomato sauce or sliced fresh tomatoes. Generous with the cheese or light on the toppings. With this book in your kitchen, you can bake up Italian classics like Pizza Margherita; American favorites like Classic Pepperoni; inspired appetizers like Pizzette with Garlic, Mushrooms, and Goat Cheese; and even pizza cousins like calzone and stromboli. Fire up the oven and invite your friends and family over for an array of delectable homemade and handcrafted pizzas.

Since the origins of to-go pizza, pizzerias and pizza chains have taken great pride in covering take-out boxes with captivating designs. They've also wrestled with the best way to manufacture a box that can keep a pizza looking and tasting great. Here, the world's expert on pizza boxes presents more than one hundred weird and wild box designs and explores the curious history of the pizza box. Included are international designs, corporate designs, and dozens of quirky images from mom-and-pop pizzerias.

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