Traditional Italian Pizza Webisode, Music, SF Stories
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Tony Makes a Traditional Italian Pizza
"In this webisode, Tony shows us the difference between what he calls a "traditional Italian pizza" and the Napoletana/Neapolitan pizzas he made in previous segments. I think we might also more accurately think of this as "traditional Italian-American" pizza."
Sssshhhhhhh....It's a Secret
By John Arena
"Lately Iíve been thinking about New Orleans. The Crescent City has a huge Sicilian heritage yet it has never been known as a great pizza city. We will explore why at a later date because right now letís think about something New Orleans is famous for and how it relates to pizza -- music."
Peter's Blog, Oct. 28th, SF
Peter's Blog, Nov. 1st
Peter's Blog, November 8th, 2011
Special note from Peter (11/8 blog post): "I want to welcome our newest sponsor to Pizza Quest, our friends from Central Milling in Petaluma, California. This company is headed up by my longtime friend, Keith Giusto, one of the finest bakers in America and also one of our greatest millers--rarely does someone possess world class skills in both realms, and we're very proud to have Central Milling in our growing stable of Pizza Quest sponsors."
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