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The United states of pizza

Craig W. Priebe

The United states of pizza

America"s favorite pizzas, from thin crust to deep dish, sourdough to gluten-free

by Craig W. Priebe

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pizza

  • About the Edition

    Recipes for homegrown pies from all regions of the country. Chef Craig Priebe has scoured the countryside, stopping in promising pizzerias to discover the tastiest pies. Smoked ham and cheddar? Roasted cauliflower and salsa verde? These toppings would be blasphemous in Naples, but in America anything goes--anything that tastes delicious, that is. His findings are collected here--stellar examples representing every style of pizza. What makes this collection of prize recipes especially fun is that each one has its own personality reflecting its local influences. From Seattle"s Serious Pie comes pizza with white bean puree, asparagus, and Parmesan; from Los Angeles"s Mozza, squash blossoms with burrata. The legendary Pizzeria Bianco in Phoenix offers up a pie with red onion, rosemary, and Arizona pistachios, while Louisiana Pizza Kitchen brings us one with crawfish Etouffe. Also included are blueprints for every type of dough (from Sicilian and sourdough to New York and gluten-free), a range of adaptable base sauces, an introduction covering tools and techniques, and an address book for all the pizzerias featured. The United States of Pizza shows that the country is not so much a melting pot, but instead a giant pie bubbling over with a fabulously diverse array of creative flavor combinations.

    Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementCraig Priebe with Dianne Jacob ; photographs by Jeff Kauck
    ContributionsJacob, Dianne, 1955- author, Kauck, Jeff, photographer
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTX770.P58
    The Physical Object
    Pagination192 pages
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27221801M
    ISBN 100789329441
    ISBN 109780789329448
    LC Control Number2015934254
    OCLC/WorldCa905518207


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They're inspired by restaurants all over the country, but each recipe is Priebe's own interpretation — which means they're consistent, and /5(29).

The United States of Pizza. Reviews: “Priebe and Jacob’s book is worth a look if only for its regional tour of American pizza styles.

And if you’ve never made your own pizza, the ideas for unusual toppings (Buffalo Chicken, Spring Lamb Sausage, Shrimp Scampi, Deep-Dish Reuben with Zucchini Pickle Relish) are intriguing. This is a great book, it not only gives you lots of variations on pizza dough, and toppings, but also gives the history, the lore, and the legend of pizza.

This is the finest resource for outstanding recipies and instruction on how to make real, authentic pizza/5(23).

That man is Chef Craig Priebe, and working with him for the book is author Dianne Jacob. The United States of Pizza is a collection of “America’s Favorite Pizzas, From Thin Crust to Deep Dish, Sourdough to Gluten-Free” and chronicles recipes from smoked ham and cheddar to roasted cauliflower and salsa verde that Priebe has collected from all regions of the country.

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One slice is Pizzeria Uno served the first deep-dish pizza in the United States. Through the years this restaurant has always strived to be the best. Uno is an appropriate name for this iconic place.

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