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Pizza! Pizza!

See also: Italian Food & Cooking and Pasta.

October is National Pizza Month. Get pizza recipes and lore at your library any time!

 

Selected Books

For additional titles, browse the library catalog under the subject Pizza

Hulin, Belinda
The Everything Pizza Cookbook: 300 Crowd-Pleasing Slices of Heaven
TX770.P58 H85 2007
Beginning with the history of pizza and its origin in Naples, Italy, this Everything book offers recipes for thick crust or thin crust, Neapolitan or Sicilian.
 
Buonassisi, Rosario
Pizza: The Dish, The Legend
qTX770.P58 B8613 2000x
Contains recipes, historical anecdotes, and wine pairing suggestions.
 
Flax, Larry
California Pizza Kitchen Family Cookbook
TX770.P58 F585 2008
Recipes from the nationally known restaurant chain.
 
Hertzberg, Jeff and Zoe Francois
Artisan Pizza and Flatbread in Five Minutes a Day
TX770.P58 H47 2011
The secret is homemade stored dough, mixed and refrigerated for up to two weeks. Check out their website: Artisan Bread in Five.
 
Kolpas, Norman
Pizza Presto: 80 Fast & Fabulous Recipes
TX770.P58 K654 1996
This timesaving book shows cooks how to create exciting pizza dishes from a wide variety of premade ingredients.
 
Lahey, Jim
My Pizza: The Easy No-Knead Way to Make Spectacular Pizza at Home
TX770.P58 L34 2012
The secret to incredible pizza is a superb crust one that is crisp yet chewy and slightly charred around the edges. No-knead bread-maker Jim Lahey has developed a recipe that requires no kneading and produces an irresistible crust in any home oven gas or electric in fewer than five minutes.
 
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Reinhart, Peter
American Pie: My Search for the Perfect Pizza
TX770.P58 R45 2003
A professional baker travels the world in search of recipes for and legends about one of his favorite foods.
 
Scicolone, Charles
Pizza: Any Way You Slice It
TX770.P58 S25 1998
100 recipes inspired by the pizzas of Naples.
 
Weinstein, Bruce and Mark Scarbrough
Pizza: Grill It, Bake It, Love It!
TX770.P58 W45 2009x
Bake a pie tonight for that traditional pizza-parlor taste or grill one in the summer on the deck or patio.
 

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