Pizza Napoletana!

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Ten Speed Press, 1999 - Cooking - 110 pages
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This text features a collection of photographs and is a tribute to the origins of the pizza in Naples. It tells all about the ten most famous pizzerias of Naples, and uses the original recipes to make their five best-sold pizzas.

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About the author (1999)

Pamela Sheldon Johns is a well-known cooking instructor and the host of culinary workshops throughout Italy. She has authored 14 cookbooks, many specializing in Italian food such as the popular Parmigiano! and Balsamico! A regular visitor to Italy since 1983, she and her family decided to make Tuscany their permanent home in 2001. Pamela has spent over 20 years exploring and writing about the back roads of Italian food culture. She hosts many of her food and wine workshiops from her farm in Tuscany which was most recently featured in Food & Wine magazine (September 2007) as one of the top 20 culinary workshops in Italy. She returns to the U.S. several times a year to teach cooking classes and promote her cookbooks.

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