You know the expression, "It's a hard job, but somebody has to do it"? Well, we love pizza, but we make this list as hard on ourselves as we can. It's one of The Daily Meal's most compulsively tracked rankings. Why? Because Americans love pizza.
The slice of pizza is a staple of New York's culinary heritage and part of the soul of the city. You can't really go wrong. But, for those still looking for some more direction, here is a list of some incredible neighborhood pizzerias.
I was on a different track -- for I was on a mission to explore some of Sicily's best wine-growing regions. After tasting wine all day, one has gotta sleep, no? And thus it was that I discovered three hotels in slightly out-of-the-way places
The fried dough puffs into an amazingly soufflé-light disc and topped with an intense tomato sauce and imported smoked mozzarella di bufala known as provola, and then popped briefly into a volcanically hot oven.
Everyone has their favorite pizza place, whether it's the dollar-slice joint serving up saucy cardboard (hey, you don't need to defend yourself) or the brick-oven spot that's so hot right now you couldn't get a perfectly charred pie if you waited two hours.
Metro Detroit is luckier than most when it comes to our run-of-the-mill pizza chains. Just because a place has a corporate headquarters and franchisee options doesn't mean you should have to suffer bad pizza.