People travel from around the world to try Gabriele Bonci's legendary pies at Pizzarium. The Rome pizzeria has received countless accolades for its pizza al taglio, the square "by the cut" slices that have become the region's hallmark style. Now, Bonci has released a cookbook that promises to deliver his iconic pies to your home table, pairing his carefully honed, all-natural technique with an array of seasonally-inspired topping combinations.
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I first started testing the KettlePizza after-market Weber kettle grill insert a couple years ago, when the product was still in its infancy and, frankly, not all that impressive. Since then, it's gone through several iterations and is now at a point in its life where I can safely say that it's one of the best, easiest-to-use options out there for making real, wood oven-style pizzas at home. I'm talking 750°F floor-temp, 1,200°F air-temp, a less than 3 minute-bake, smoky, blistered, crisp-on-the-outside-tender-in-the-center, poofy-lipped, best-pizza-you-ever-made-at-home level stuff here. It's a $300 value, and you can enter to win one in time for Father's Day, just by answering the following question: What's the greatest pizza-related mistake your father has ever made?
By this point, you've all seen what a baking steel can do for your home pizza-making. It works on the same principal as a baking stone, storing heat energy and conducting it into the bottom of your pizza to give you faster bake, a crisper crust, better flavor, and a more tender crumb. Now's your chance to win a 1/4-inch baking steel, absolutely free in time for father's day. All you've got to do is answer this one question: If your father was a pizza, what pizza would he be?
We've probably all been into a pizzeria where a framed photo of Frank Sinatra was hanging on the wall (probably multiple). Legend has it that Ol' Blue Eyes loved pizza so much, he had it shipped out to Southern California from the East Coast whenever he had a craving. So when we heard about the new Frank Sinatra Best of the Best package with a 23-song CD and rare concert footage on DVD, we had to set up a giveaway for Sinatra-listening Slicers.