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Category: Pizza

15 Minute Skillet Pan Pizza

15 Minute Skillet Pan Pizza

I consider Pizza a perfect food.  In one slice, you combine dairy, vegetables, carbohydrates and protein.  And you pick it up with one hand to eat it—no utensils necessary. All right, I use a fork which is contrary to New York pizza etiquette but not […]

My latest on The Daily Meal…a Restaurant Suggestion in NY’s Meatpacking District

My latest on The Daily Meal…a Restaurant Suggestion in NY’s Meatpacking District

Pictured Above: All Italian from its San Marzano Tomato Sauce to it’s Mozzarella, Pizza Margherita at Simò The Meatpacking District’s New Pizzaria Is Just 90 Seconds from Napoli Jun 4, 2018 | 1:52 pm By Monte Mathews Staff Writer Highend Chef Simone Falco opens Simò […]

Justin Chapple’s Red Potato and Apple Galette

Galettes are a cookie in French Canada and a Buckwheat Crêpe Breakfast in France…           One of my favorite posts on Facebook recently was the following: “You can’t expect everyone to love you. You are not pizza”. And neither is this fantastic concoction from Food […]

Best Costco Rotisserie Chicken Recipes: Chicken Cheesesteaks with Peppers and BBQ Chicken French Bread Pizza with Smoked Mozzarella

Chicken Cheesesteaks with Peppers BBQ Chicken French Bread Pizza with Smoked Mozzarella  A bargain at $4.99 Somewhere in the back of my mind, I recall reading that there’s a food site with over 400 recipes devoted to a single subject: they all use Costco rotisserie […]

Bon Appetit’s Homemade Pizza Grandma-Style

        Bon Appetit magazine went full on Pizza this month putting their sheet pan pizza on their cover till it filled the page.   Since I consider pizza to be one of nature’s perfect foods – protein, dairy, vegetable and carbs all in […]

Hello Trader Joe’s Shoppers! Today, share the good, the bad and the so-so of TJ’s "Out of this World Pizza Edition" Fearless Flyer

               New York is a pizza town. Just ask our recently elected mayor, Bill di Blasio.  Shortly after he took office, he travelled to Staten Island, a borough well-known for the stuff, where he took out a knife and […]

Nigella Lawson’s Meatzza

         I’ve hesitated to post this recipe. I worry that it comes dangerously close to Frito Pies or one never-to-be-forgotten summer camp dish: corned beef hash and canned corn mashed up together in a frying pan and covered in ketchup.  That’s not to say both […]

Turkish Lamb Pita Pizzas adapted from Semsa Denizsel in Food and Wine Magazine

Need I tell you, we didn’t have lamb for Easter.  Instead we had one of our glorious whole, bone-in hams, with a side of Kielbasa.  As much as we enjoyed our feast, I had lamb on my mind when we came back to the city.  […]

Chuck Hughes’ Tomato and Prosciutto Tart

         As regular readers know, we’re big fans of the Canadian Chef Chuck Hughes, whose recipes we’ve shared here before and whose Le Bremner restaurant was one of the highlights of last fall’s culinary adventures in Montreal.  His food is uncomplicated, fresh as can be and […]

Stracciatella and Prosciutto Pizza with Arugula and Tomato Sauce

An homage to CO. and DiPalo Dairy Store in Little Italy            It’s great to live in a city where you can still shop in a traditional Italian cheese and dairy store that’s 99 years old and just expanded into the space next door. That’s […]