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Pizza and Italian Craft Beer Pairings: Gabriele Bonci and Katie Parla Team Up at Paulie Gee's, Brooklyn

Kate Andersen 9 comments

Gabriele Bonci, celebrity baker and founder/owner of Rome's pilgrimage-worthy Pizzarium, visited New York this past weekend to promote the release of his new cookbook, Pizza: Seasonal Recipes from Rome's Legendary Pizzarium. On Saturday, I was lucky enough to be a part of a fantastic, carbed-out lunch, where Bonci was serving up slices paired with Italian craft beers picked by journalist and food blogger Katie Parla. More

Scenes From Slice Out Hunger

Eunice Choi 5 comments

Yesterday evening marked the fifth year of New York City's most hotly anticipated pizza event. Slice Out Hunger is an annual event that raises money for Food Bank for New York City, while simultaneously gathering some of the biggest names in pizza under one roof. More

Scenes From Slice Out Hunger

The Serious Eats Team 14 comments

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? More

Save the Date: Slice Out Hunger in NYC, October 10

The Serious Eats Team 5 comments

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! More

See the Di Fara Documentary Followed by Q&A with DeMarco Family

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You might have already seen the Di Fara short documentary The Best Thing I Ever Done here on Slice (indeed, I just embedded it above again), but if you live in NYC, you can see it again, on the big screen, followed by a Q&A session with proprietor Dom DeMarco's daughter Margaret — and possibly Dom himself, if he's feeling up to it, says M. Emily MacKenzie, the film's director. More

Event: Slice Harvester at the City Reliquary Museum

Adam Kuban 2 comments

You may be familiar with the Slice Harvester from his site or from our interview with him. You can check out a temporary exhibition of his photos (maybe like the one above) starting this Friday at 7 p.m. at the City Reliquary Museum in Williamsburg. More

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