Labor Day Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Grilling Meats?

lol, that's hilarious. "Totonno's"? Do they even use charcoal?

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No problem, Adam, my pleasure. Heck, you're certainly notable enough to deserve one, and Slice helped me discover the beauty of New York city pizza. Next time I'm in town, flip me a slice, and we'll call it even, okay? ;)

Pizza Pilgrimage to NYC- where not to miss?

Well, I see that's changed my list a bit. Excellent, thanks for the advice! Any other suggestions?

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Heading to New England, looking for serious eats! Advice?

Hey, folks. Wanted to get away somewhere cheap over Spring Break this year, and thought I'd head up to New England. I've never been north of New York City, and I need somewhere easy to drive to from the DC Metro area.

About a year ago, I went to NYC and hit the town in a Pizza Pilgrimage; I visited Una Pizza Napoletana, Famous Ray's, Blecker Street, Joe's, Lombardi's, Totonno's- the only one I missed I really wanted to hit was Di Fara's (got lost in Brooklyn!). But this time I'll be driving up, so I figure I'd skip the city and head up to try out New Haven pizza, and maybe a few other good choices in the area.

Here's my list so far:

-Frank Pepe's, New Haven
-Sally's Apizza, New Haven
-Zuppardi's Apizza, West Haven
-Louis' Lunch, New Haven, CT

I thought I'd also head up to the Boston area, just to say I'd been there, and was suggested to hit Kane's Donuts in Saugus, Massachusetts and Eagle's Deli in Brighton. But I thought I'd ask you guys what you thought- are these good choices? Where else would you suggest?

Thanks folks!

Pizza Pilgrimage to NYC- where not to miss?

In about two weeks, I'm headed to New York City (for the first time) in order to embark upon a Pizza Pilgrimage. I was born and raised in the Midwest, and grew up either with uninspiring tasteless flat pies, or doughy Chicago cheese and marinara sauce casserole. Given the fact that I've only got two days to experience The Big Apple, plus the need to navigate the city relatively inexpensively, what are the pizza places I must not miss? It's easy to find Top Ten lists, and many share at least a few places- DiFara's, Una Pizza Napoletana, Lombardi's, etc- but if I had to choose... where would it be?

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