This episode is not about pizza. It’s about Apizza. There’s a difference.
Welcome to New Haven, a city that has some of the best pizza around. Frank Pinello, our host, has never been to New Haven and the best way to learn about the city is by eating. Frank hangs out with Gary Bimonte, co-owner of legendary pizzeria Frank Pepe Pizzeria Napoletana, spends time with the owners of Zuppardi’s, and meets some true new haven legends. This is a special town with incredible people and pizza to match.
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Agradecemos a la gente de la pizzeria Roberta´s NY que han hecho un pequeño dibujo/guía de una buena técnica para recalentar pizza, sin que pierda su queso correctamente derretido y el crujiente de la masa.
We´d like to thanks the guys over at Roberta´s NY for this lovely pizza reheating sketch!
The inaugural episode of ‘The Pizza Show’ kicks off in Brooklyn. Our host Frank Pinello, a born and bred Brooklynite, remembers the importance of his neighborhood pizzeria growing up. We start at Roberta’s in Bushwick, a pizzeria that has truly changed an entire neighborhood. Then we spend some time with Mark Iacono, owner of Lucali in Carroll Gardens, who built his restaurant by hand and is working tirelessly to preserve the tradition of his neighborhood through pizza. And what would any pizza show be without visiting the king: Dom DeMarco of Di Fara in Midwood? Dom is a legend, and even when great pizzaiolos visit him, like Frank and Mark, they can end up questioning their own pies.
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