Saturday, September 13, 2008

Who Makes The Best Pizza?



This is a true tale of a recent pizza occurance. Here's what happened:

I was interviewed by a food goddess for a radio show. The topic was pizza, of course.

The conversation was going great as we discussed toppings, crusts and the best ingredients to use. I gave way all of my inside secrets. I held nothing back.

I told her where to find my pizza videos. (Find how to make pizza here.) I explained where to find the best prices for pizza tools. I even revealed how she could get some extra crunch and snap to her pizza dough.

She then asked who I thought made the best pizza. I explained that I liked my own pizza.

"No" she said, "What pizzeria made the best pizza?"

I thought hard and mentioned a couple of places that I thought were memorable.

She was not satisfied with my answer. She wanted more. Much more.

I tried to explain that like Peter Reinhart, I think there are only two types of pizza:
good pizza and great pizza.

We discussed several other pizza places. I thought the pizza was OK and not the best.

So in the end, we had to agree to disagree.

That is the ultimate truth of who makes the best pizza:


The answer is: there is no one answer. Great pizza is up to you.

You decide who makes the best pizza.

After this experience, I've decided that I need my own pizza radio show.
Pizza Therapy Pizza Radio, may be coming soon.

Find the best pizza in the world, here.

pizza on earth,

albert
Learn How to Make Pizza, Here


3 comments:

hazel said...

There are types of pizza for every different taste there is thin crust Neapolitan, and there is thick crust Scilian. Chicago deep dish, is a unlike an other. California pizza can be thin with unusual ingredients for unique tastes.If you are from New York, it's New York pizza. If you are from Chicago, it's Chicago Deep Dish. The West Coast fans have their own traditional Italian pizza as well as New Wave.
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hazel said...

There are types of pizza for every different taste there is thin crust Neapolitan, and there is thick crust Scilian. Chicago deep dish, is a unlike an other. California pizza can be thin with unusual ingredients for unique tastes.If you are from New York, it's New York pizza. If you are from Chicago, it's Chicago Deep Dish. The West Coast fans have their own traditional Italian pizza as well as New Wave.
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simona said...

Here the best pizzerias in Naples: http://www.cellartours.com/blog/italy/the-ten-best-pizzerias-in-naples-italy-possibly-the-best-pizza-in-the-world
ciao
Simona