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Remember the veggie combo pizzas of yore—with canned mushrooms and onions and olives? We've come a long way from there. Vegetables now star on some of our very favorite pies, and they're a lot more exciting than limp bits of bell pepper. Check out some of our favorites in the slideshow.
Last week we brought you our Favorite Late Night Pizza in College. Continuing the collegiate theme, we take you on a tour of pizzeria nostalgia from the Serious Eats staff of places we actually recommend.
Running a successful food truck with limited refrigeration, climate control, and space is a feat in itself. Now imagine introducing an 800 degree fire-breathing oven into the equation. Here are ten incredible mobile pizza operations that not only demonstrate ingenuity and creativity in their designs, but turn out great pies that we can get behind.
When we think of New York pizza, we often envision a pointy-tipped classic slice. Or when we think about the city's newer pizzerias, increasingly, we're dealing with a Neapolitan or neo-Neapolitan pie. But there's no end of great square slices in the city—from puffy Sicilian to thinner, garlicky grandma slices to newer innovations like pickled vegetable pizza. Here are 16 of our favorite square slices in the city. What's your favorite?
While mozzarella will always be pizza's main squeeze, one of the most appealing aspects of pizza is its versatility. A round of dough invites all kinds of unique flavor combos and topping experiments. Here are eight cheeses and topping suggestions that will make you rethink going straight for the mozz.
Nothing captures a Slice'rs heart like the sight of a crispy, chewy crust all covered in cheese. We're here to feed your hungry eyes with a dozen of the best looking pizzas that we've tried in 2012.
At Slice we ever endeavor to keep expanding our knowledge about all things pizza. As such, our Regional Pizza Style Index is always growing as we learn about new regional varieties around the globe. The time has come to add some updates to our style guide!
While the major hubs in the Pacific Northwest don't have a pizza tradition, there are plenty of passionate pizza people that have opened up shop in Seattle and Portland. The pizza landscape has changed dramatically in the last seven years, so much so that Portland and Seattle seem to be leading the charge in the pizza renaissance. And despite not having regional styles steeped in history, pizzerias in the Pacific Northwest are putting their own stamp on Neopartisinal pies through local sourcing, creative toppings, and new approaches, all of which perpetuate the evolution of pizza.
We have to admit that eggs have been on the brain around here. But what better way to bring new life to Spring pizzas than with that most egg-cellent of ingredients. Here are a collection of some inspiring pies that harness the power of the yolk, going above and beyond your run-of-the-mill breakfast pizza!
Here at Slice we're always on the lookout for intriguing toppings. While tracking down remarkable pies from around the country, sometimes we're lucky enough to get the details on how to re-create our favorite pies at home. Here are five toppings from well regarded pizzaioli that make our list for delicious ways to set your homemade pies apart from the rest.
Daily Slices are a great resource for bookmarking some of the best slices and pies in the great wide world, but they are short and sweet and can quickly be forgotten. Not to worry, we've got your back. Take a look at the most popular Daily Slice posts of 2011 slideshow so you can add these to your pies-to-try-in-2012 list.
With National Pizza Month drawing to a close, I'm in a reflective mood. Let's take a look at some of the new NYC pizzerias that have opened this year — including Barboncino, Wild Rise, Zero Otto Nove, and more. We also pour some olive oil out on the curb for some of our home slices who closed this year.