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Pizza a Casa: NYC's 'Pizza Self-Sufficiency Center'

Sell the people slices and they'll eat for a day, teach them how to sling pies and they'll eat forever. So might be the mantra of Pizza a Casa, the self-described "Pizza Self-Sufficiency Center" on Manhattan's Lower East Side. Slice's Adam Kuban attended a recent class to see if it's worth your time. Bottom line, if you're a wannabe pizza-maker, it is. More

Brooklyn: Pizza Class This Weekend with Tony Calzone

You may know Anthony Falco as "tonycalzone" from various Slice comments and a couple videos here. Now you can get to know him in person as he teaches a pizza-making class this weekend. Pizza with Anthony Falco, October 17, 2010, 2 p.m.; $75, 2-hour duration; Brooklyn Kitchen Labs, 100 Frost Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (map)... More

Learn to Make Roberta's Pizza at Home

Roberta's Magherita pizza. [Photograph: Robyn Lee] Williamsburg kichenware haven and all-around cooking-culture headquarters The Brooklyn Kitchen will be hosting a pizza workshop in conjunction with Roberta's that will teach you how to make Roberta's pizza at home — or at least an approximation, since you'd need a wood-fired oven like Roberta's to really go to town. An employee at the Brooklyn Kitchen classroom space said Roberta's partner Chris Parachini will be among the instructors. [via Brooks Jones] When: Tuesday, January 26, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. Cost: $75 a person; tickets here Where: Brooklyn Kitchen classroom space, 100 Frost Street,... More

Upcoming NYC Pizza Classes with Mark Bello

Pizza a Casa's Mark Bello leads the ingredient-procurement expedition during one of his pizza workshops. Mark Bello of Pizza a Casa has just announced two late-June pizza workshops. The classes comprise a walking tour of Manhattan's Chinatown and Little Italy, where students shop for ingredients at places like Alleva Dairy, and a hands-on workshop in Bello's kitchen. Ingredients are determined by what the class buys on the shopping portion of the workshop, but from a past Pizza a Casa event I attended, I can tell you that Bello's topping choices are thoughtful and delicious. Event Info This month's classes,... More

Dear Slice: International School of Pizza Now Open in San Francisco

Clicking in to the Slice inbox today, some pizza-school intel. --The Mgmt. Adam, I know there was a post a long time ago about the International School of Pizza, but today I saw an article in the digital zine Thrillist SF, and it seems the school is up and running--and has a nice little website: internationalschoolofpizza.comJust sharing. Might be worth posting now that it's open and accepting students. --Jeffrey International School of Pizza 1570 Stockton Street, San Francisco CA 94133 (at Union Street; map) 415-835-9888 internationalschoolofpizza.com... More

Associazione Pizzaiuoli Napoletani to Open NYC Restaurant, Pizza School

The Associazione Pizzaiuoli Napoletani, the Italian "pizza police" (they certify pizzerias as being authentically Neapolitan), is opening a restaurant and pizza school. It will be called Kesté Pizza e Vino and hopes to be open by the end of February, according to the New York Times. And then, according to an email I just got from Roberto Caporusico at the Associazione itself, "Down the road we also expect to have classes for nonprofessional 'pizza lovers.'" That would mean you and me, folks. What up with the name? Caporusico explains: "Kesté (spelled 'cheste é') means 'This is it!' in the Neapolitan... More

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