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  • Pazza for Pizza

    Just something I happened upon. Feed your head (learn Italian) and your body (eat pizza) at the same time
    Pazza For Pizza
    Un amico degli amici.

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    Re: Pazza for Pizza

    Great article. Went to Italy, including Naples last year and thoroughly enjoyed it. Ate more than my fair share of pizza too! In Venice again in August - they have some good pizzas there, but somewhat thicker than those in Naples.
    / Rossco


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      Re: Pazza for Pizza

      I too had pizza in Venice....dont know how we came across the place, just walking down side streets and turned into one. Pizza was unbelievable, but we couldnt get over how much oil was on it!! Was one of our highlights of Italy outside of Rome!