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Philadelphia: Carangi Baking Company Does South Philly's Signature Styles Right

Hawk Krall 10 comments

Whether you heat them up or eat them cold, Carangi Baking Company's square slices are a delicious piece of the Philadelphia bakery pizza puzzle. On a recent visit, Philly Slice correspondent Hawk Krall tried all their varieties—right out of the case and hot from the oven. More

Daily Slice: Sam's Italian Market, Willow Grove, PA

Daily Slice Hawk Krall 4 comments

I've been on a little bit of a mission to put Philadelphia bakery-style tomato pie on the pizza map. And for me it all goes back to Sam's Italian Market, a bakery and Italian prepared foods spot close to where I grew up outside of Philadelphia. More

Daily Slice: Corropolese Bakery, Norristown PA

Daily Slice Hawk Krall 13 comments

To be clear on definitions right off the bat—the "Tomato Pie" we're talking about here is very different from Trenton Tomato Pie, or even the Northeast Philly version. In the Tomato Pie Belt that runs roughly from South Philly through the western suburbs of Manayunk , Conshocken and Norristown, it's a square pie that consists only of soft, foccocia-like dough, thick, slow-cooked sauce, herbs and a shake of parm or romano, and is ideally purchased at room temperature at a bakery, not a pizzeria. More

Daily Slice: Tomato Pie from Conshohocken Bakery

Daily Slice Hawk Krall 30 comments

Conshohocken Bakery's storefront is open to the public, even though it's a full service commercial bakery. No tables, chairs, slices, or drinks—just bread, rolls, Italian pastries, and slabs of some of the city's finest tomato pie. More

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