PIZZA - The Dish that
Conquered the World
The first pizza parlor in the
United States was opened by Gennaro Lombardi in the
Little Italy section of New York city in 1905.
As a result, the popularity of New York-style pizza spread
through-out the Northeastern part of the country.
Experienced pizza makers put on a great show of twirling the
dough in the air, creating a large thin-crusted shell
on which they lay thin layers of tomato sauce and grated
It is cut and served as slices, traditionally eight, which
are often eaten folded in half.
It can be served with any number of toppings, including
pepperoni, the most popular topping in the United States, or
as a “white pizza”, which includes no tomato sauce and is
made with a variety of cheeses, like mozzarella and
EVOLUTION of PIZZA
TIPS - MAKING GREAT
CHANGING PIZZA TRENDS