My dad's old school, just sauce, fresh mozz, basil and a little olive oil
The pictures look very similar to Roman style round pizza
Sorry for the confusion. There's a pizza place in NY called Artichoke Basille's (though most people just call it Artichoke) that has an amazing sicilian slice that I'm trying to replicate at home, but I just can't get the sauce right. Was wondering if anyone had any insight. Thanks
@ben, i'd like to see that too. i had slices of the tomato, mushroom and bianca from grandaisy over the weekend and they just weren't as good as i remembered sullivan st's being
Still no love for roman-style round pizza
anyone know where you can get roman style pizza in the NYC area? it's my absolute favourite kind, yet I can't find it anywhere!
i preferred the really crusty old style baguettes
i agree with the mini pizzas (pizzette) idea. in italy they're very popular both for catered events and just as snacks at home.
something like http://www.pasticceriabutterfly.com/public/fotoannunci/pizzette%20rotonde0.jpg
penso che dovresti licenziare il vostro traduttore ;)
i can think of quite a few traditional types of Roman pizza a taglio (similar to those at sullivan st bakery) that don't have cheese on them
I used to love the franny's clam pizza, but last few times I've gone there it's been waaaay too salty to the point of being unpleasant. And usually I love salty food but these pizzas were just too much
awesome news. i'm not even two blocks away
could NYC finally be getting Roman-style thin crust?
went tonight and got a delboy. the pizza was outstanding, just right amount of char. can't wait to go back and work my way through the menu. paulie's really bringing it
totally bummed i can't make it tonight, but definitely planning on going tomorrow night
awesome, can't wait
just a question about the menu. why does the stracciatella ( garlic / olive oil / raw basil / sea salt ) cost $16? am i missing something?
@Adam: but even then, you're just cutting the slices, not so much eating them with a knife and fork
congrats Paulie! every time one of your pizza parties gets posted i end up drooling all over my keyboard. can't wait to try some for myself
let me know if you need an apprentice pizzaiolo ;)
After 6 years in NY i finally went to Di Fara for first time this past thursday. Adam, I actually saw you walking by as I was getting dropped off at 5th and Union and thought to offer you one of my left over slices but by the time i got out the car you were already down the street. As for the pizza, we dropped over $140 there that night between 5 of us and it was worth every penny
i used to drink these all the time when i lived in Thessaloniki. I just used an empty small water bottle as the shaker and it worked fine
gorilla in park slope
I don't get why people hate this product so much. Sometimes you need portable water, and isn't it better to use water from Brooklyn than water from Maine or Fiji?
i don't wanna be 'that guy' but based on the sign, it's Salumeria Rosi, not Rossi
Went here last night with some friends. It was pretty good, and at only $9.50 for a margherita, and a 5 min walk from my apartment, I'll definitely be going back soon.
They actually have wood in the oven, but from the looks of it there's also gas lines in the back.
I posted some pics at http://flickr.com/photos/mrlovemonkey/sets/72157608314043692/
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