'slice out hunger' on Serious Eats
We've been proud to tell you all about Slice Out Hunger, where Scott Weiner of Scott's Pizza Tours brought together some of the city's best pizzerias—John's, Joe's, Di Fara, Keste, Motorino, and many more—into one room for a fundraiser benefitting City Harvest. Every entrant bought $1 tickets that could get you a slice of pizza from one of the city's select pizzerias—over 475 boxes of choice slices. Here's what we tried. Anyone else get to Slice Out Hunger? What slices did you love?
The fourth annual Slice Out Hunger event is only 24 hours away! Just think, come 6 PM tomorrow you could be diving into over 473 boxes of the city's select slices from pizza greats like: Lombardi's, Keste, NY Pizza Suprema, John's, Joe's, Di Fara, Luzzo's, Tosca, Rubirosa, Sottocasa, Don Antonio and more.
We're excited to let you know that Scott Wiener of Scott's Pizza Tours is once again putting together the annual Slice Out Hunger charity event. Proceeds go to City Harvest. Tokens are sold at the door and cost $1, each one redeemable for any one of a slice of pizza, a Fizzy Lizzy soda, or a raffle ticket. And we're equally excited to let you know that Serious Eats will be a part of the event this year —we'll be there volunteering, donating items for the raffle, and eating a few slices, of course!
"Any tips, observations, or things you'd change about your recipe, workflow, baking, serving, etc, to pass along after making eight or nine consecutive pies in a home oven for a crowd?" —jimmyg in the comments of "The Slice Out Hunger Pizza Party" post
Your answers, right this way.
You know how there used to be this frequently used plot line in '90s sitcoms and dramas — the charity auction where some guy puts himself up as the "prize"? I got myself into something like that in early June, when I volunteered my home-pizza-making services as a "prize" for the Slice Out Hunger raffle bin.
Scott Wiener (Scott's Pizza Tours) emails us that he's once again putting together the annual Slice Out Hunger charity event. Proceeds go to City Harvest. Tickets are sold at the door and cost $1, each one redeemable for any one of a slice of pizza, a soda, or a raffle ticket. (Obviously you can buy more than one ticket if you're hungry and thirsty and feeling lucky.)