Sunday, March 29, 2015

New York Pizza

New Yorkers are fiercely proud of their pizza and with good reason. Their thin crispy crust -- nearly crackery -- is perfect for folding at the middle and holding in the chewy melted mozzarella.
But, ask New Yorkers where the best pizza is and you may start a neighborhood riot.
After much research and many internet opinions, I decided to set my pizza course for geographically desirable and genuinely famous John's of Bleeker street, New York pizza since 1929.
John's is always crowded, only takes cash, and won't sell slices -- NY's favorite street food. Only whole pies with bright, fresh tasting sauce and runny, chewy, nearly molten cheese. Another gift from New York's legion of Italian immigrants.

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