Pizza And Flatbread Recipes

A great pizza is incredibly easy to make from scratch at home, even the dough, whether you cook it outdoors or in, but beware, once you get the hang of it, you'll never be satisfied with eating pizza in a restaurant again. Grilled pizza comes closer to the brick oven pizza than anything you can do indoors, and it beats the snot out of the stuff that arrives steamed and soggy in the cardboard box. Here's the concepts you need to make yourself into a first class pizzaiolo.

"You better cut the pizza in four pieces because I'm not hungry enough to eat six."

Yogi Berra
Mystic Pizza
One of the core concepts of Plato's philosophy, is that there is a distinction between the ideal form of something, and the real form of it. No... read more
Margherita Pizza
The classic pizza Margherita may be my all time fave, and I am not alone. It is so simply elegant, just dough, tomato sauce, cheese, and fresh green... read more
Margherita Pizza
As near as we can tell, Naples is where modern pizza was born, and for many pizza lovers, Naples is still the go-to for great pizza, where it has... read more
pepe's white clam pizza finished
New Haven is famous for Yale, but to foodies, it's an old haven for pizza, the most famous of which is the white clam pie at Frank Pepe Pizzeria... read more
grilled pizza
Shhhhh. I'm gonna share a secret that could get me run outta town on a George Foreman Grill. I live in Chicago, and, even though I like deep dish,... read more
grilled pizza
Capicola is a traditional cured and lightly smoked pork product from Naples, related to bacon, and some good examples are made in the US and Canada.... read more
caramelized onion pizza
Not all great pizza come pissaladiere. Here's a typical one. Notice there is no sauce or cheese. But with the sweet onions and salty anchovies, there... read more
grilled pizza
Let's get some things straight right at the top: 1) Pizza is not not not junk food and it makes my blood boil every time I hear it so called. OK,... read more

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