By Peter Reinhart
Reviews“Peter Reinhart has taken a deep inspect pizza, the best and easiest of meals, embracing all its sort. He probes American pizza in particular, yet he has tasted the unique in Naples and visited in different places in Italy to benefit approximately adaptations and family. He tells vibrant tales, and his recipes and strategies are thorough and useful. A most excellent book.”—Edward Behr, editor, The paintings of Eating“I doubt no matter if someone else might be as passionate as Peter Reinhart approximately pizzas or have made such broad and intriguing trips in pursuing them. He has gathered nice anecdotes and beautifully designated recipes during his intercontinental hunt.”—Alan Davidson, writer of The Oxford spouse to Food“We all recognize that Peter Reinhart is a brilliant baker and instructor, yet now that he is fallen in love with pizza, we will see he is additionally a superb journey consultant as he's taking us to the simplest pizzerias in Italy and the United States. secrets and techniques are divulged, professional counsel supplied, and tales advised. even more than a set of recipes, it is a ebook that's as enjoyable to learn because it is to bake from.”—Carol box, writer of The Italian Baker
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American Pie: My Search for the Perfect Pizza by Peter Reinhart