When in Rome...The Pizza Show is gonna eat a lot of pizza. Frank Pinello explores the Roman pizza scene, which is known for its two distinctive styles: pizza al taglio (rectangular and sold by weight), and pizza Romana tonda (round, thin and crisp). Whether you're grabbing a quick piece of al taglio at your local bakery or sitting down for a proper knife and fork pizza, there is no shortage of good pizza in Rome. From making pizza with Gabriele Bonci, the king of the al taglio style, to watching Stefano Callegari use ice cubes to create his iconic cacio e pepe pizza, Frank is in good pizza company.
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I have to say I was in Italy with my children and they were not impresed with picas there. On streets in Venis we almost payed a pice of pica in gold, very expensive and nothing special, we realy dont like picas so thin. But 100 people 100 diferent taste. In many years working in restaurat I rekognize Italian people is eating just picas and spageti bologneze in the midle of Alps, maybe trouts, but no lokal food. Who will serve me viner snichel or cabige with sosage in Italy on my vacation. Sometimes in joke I say, grand shefs de la cousine shoud work with me just one day and cook for 1000 people in few hours in 16m2 big kitchen. But on almost 1000masl we sell picas and pasta, interesting isnt it...I forget hamburgers and chips. We have fresh trouts but turists eat salmon. Is it fresh? Yes of course if you find salmon in Meditiarian see dear god. We didnt eat good pica in Venice and good spageti bolognese in Bolognia, but hey, maybe we didnt find a good restaurant.
+TheFapFactory I think he's just trying to play on that he looks like the real Hannibal--Anthony Hopkins. As stated, if he did this to me I wouldn't be amused at all. It looks to me like he's taking advantage of being a local & he doesn't believe anyone is going to call him out.
Insane prices! at 15:20 ... 26,50 for a kg of pizza?? And it is not much, easy to reach that weight. Would never spend so much for it, with some practice and tries you surely can make great pizza at home with the right oven and you can make plently for this money.
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