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Daily Slice: Sullivan Street Bakery, NYC

Daily Slice Meredith Smith 6 comments

While some may scoff at the idea of topping pizza with broccoli's albino cousin, when roasted up in the Sullivan Street Bakery ovens, the tiny white crowns are transformed into crunchy, toasty caramelized bits atop creamy, tender stalks. This is one pizza that has the power to convert. More

Where to Eat Pizza in NYC: The Ultimate 15 Pizzeria Itinerary

Slice: New York Lance Roberts 42 comments

Lance Roberts is known around Slice for his pizza pilgrimages. On his most recent tear through NYC, the LA Slice'r tackled the most epic pizza tourism itinerary to date, clocking 40 slices from NYC pizzerias in just three days. Here's how he did it. More

Video: Jim Lahey Making Pizza Pomodoro

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The parent blog Babble visits noted baker and pizzamaker Jim Lahey at Sullivan Street Bakery for a lesson on making a Roman-style pizza pomodoro. He also makes a good-looking zucchini pizza. More

Update on Jim Lahey's Pizzeria, Company

Ed Levine 2 comments

Lahey abandoned the idea of using this pass-through window. It's going to be more of a sit-down restaurant instead, he said. After reading Gael Greene's post about Jean-Georges Vongerichten's involvement in Sullivan Street Bakery founder Jim Lahey's pizzeria, I called Lahey for a clarification. He said that Vongerichten and his partner, Phil Suarez, were investors in his pizzeria but they will have no involvement in either the management or the food being made there. The pizzeria will be called Company, spelled "Co." in the logo. Lahey also told me that the equipment for the pizzeria hadn't arrived yet, and... More

Daily News Pizza Roundup

Adam Kuban 3 comments

This is another week-old one that we neglected to post about during our renovation. The Daily News did a roundup of New York City's best pizzerias last week. As we told Eater, the new foodblog from the folks who brought you Curbed: A nice roundup, I think. A lot of it is old hat to me, but there were some nice surprises in there, particularly a couple Brooklyn places (Graziella's, Laura's) that have been lurking one or two neighborhoods over from Slice HQ.Irene Sax knows her stuff, and I agree with most of her assessments, although I don't know why... More

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