Sicilian Dough Without a Starter By Tony Gemignani Recipe from The Pizza Bible by Tony Gemignani.
The Brooklyn By Tony Gemignani This simple, satisfying Sicilian is modeled on the style served for more than seventy years at L&B Spumoni Gardens in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. It’s topped “inverted-style,” with sliced whole-milk mozzarella added first and tomato sauce on top like a traditional tomato pie, so you get that intense reduced-tomato flavor. If you… Read More →
Devour Rome One of the cradles of Western civilization, Rome is a city full of globally influential art, culture and architecture. Over 4 million tourists flock to the Italian capital every year, visiting ancient Roman ruins, hoping to catch a glimpse of the pope in Vatican City, and, often times, binging on Italian gelato, pizza… Read More →