Why Detroit Style Pizza is Making a Comeback

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Pizza has a long history. The word pizza itself dates back to the tenth century, and versions of this ultimate comfort food are found throughout history. The first documented pizzeria in the United States didn’t spring up until 1905, but pizza’s popularity has only grown since. These days, there are 350 slices of pizza sold every second in the US. No matter how you slice it, Americans love pizza. Whether you’re a fan of thin crust, deep dish, a classic New York slice, or Detroit style, there is no right or wrong way to eat it.

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The Tomato Lovers’ Guide to Every Locally Used Type of Tomato

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Tomato-tomahto, they’re all the same – right? Wrong! There are dozens, if not hundreds, of different types of tomatoes available, and each one brings with it a unique taste and texture. That’s why, when trying new sauce recipes or a new dish entirely, you want to make sure you are paying attention to which type of tomato the recipe calls for and which one you are grabbing at the store.

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More Tips to Making Pizza at Home (Part II)

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Perhaps it’s time to take your pizza obsession up a notch and make it right at home this go around. It’s not too expensive, it doesn’t take too much time, and there aren’t too many ingredients to deal with. Pizza is versatile – there is no limit to the kinds of creations you can make with delicious sauce, toppings, and cheese combinations. With some imagination, the possibilities of making pizza at home are endless. What’s more fun than that?

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The Origin of Pizza: Is it Authentic Italian Food?

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We love pizza. And, it’s safe to say you do too. Statistically speaking, there is more than 1 in 3 chance your favorite is pepperoni too. Americans LOVE pizza. We eat approximately 350 slices per second! Why not? It’s delicious. If you ask anyone what kind of cuisine pizza is, you wouldn’t be surprised if they answered Italian. That isn’t wrong. Pizza gets its roots from Italy. However, its history is much richer than that and America has a big part of it. Read on to learn more about the origin of pizza.

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Tips to Making Pizza at Home

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At Spizzico’s, we believe that there is never a bad time for making pizza. We also understand that it’s not always convenient to enjoy a fresh, hot pie at our restaurant or stop on your way home from work to pick one up. So when the craving for pizza takes over your household, we encourage you to experience the joy of making one (or several) yourself. Here are some of our tips for doing so.

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5 Fun Pizza Party Ideas

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All successful parties involve good food and fun activities (emphasis on the good food). That’s where the cheesy, saucy, delicious baked disc of dough comes into play. Everybody loves pizza! So, if your child has a birthday or a celebratory event coming up, why not plan a fun pizza party? This year, host an epic pizza party that everyone will remember with these five ideas.

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To Pineapple or To Not: A Pizza Debate

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ne of the biggest debates of the 20th century is pizza-related. Nearly everyone can agree that pizza is amazing. It’s the perfect meal for parties and movie nights, and you can eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Not to mention, when you don’t feel like cooking, pizza is always there. But, this slice of cheesy goodness has sparked a debate that rages on with no end in sight. And so, the age-old question remains: Is pineapple a suitable pizza topping?

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