Thin. Crispy. Classic. It’s known as New Haven style pizza, named after the world famous pizzerias of New Haven, Connecticut. And now, you can get it a bit closer to home.
The Sports Hub’s promotions manager came back to his desk to find a slice missing from his pizza, so he checked the surveillance camera.
There are plenty of pizzerias that offer variety when it comes to toppings. But there’s only one pizza place that offers your choice of four flavors of dough.
In a city like Providence, pizza is serious business. And on Federal Hill, the folks at Bob & Timmy’s have perfected the art of the grilled pizza for over two decades.
From Sicilian Squares to South Shore bar pies, pizza may be Phantom’s all-time favorite food. These are his eight greatest places to grab a slice.
Pizza and beer. A classic combination. So the Cornerstone crew searched every corner of the country for the best craft brews, and they experimented with all kinds of tasty toppings for their hand-tossed pizzas.
Sometimes a pizza is more than just a pizza. Sometimes, it’s a work of art.
It can take a lifetime to learn how to make the perfect pizza. But it only takes about 90 seconds to crush one!
Researchers at a U.S. military lab in Massachusetts are closing in on a pizza recipe that doesn’t require any refrigeration or freezing.
A city’s cuisine can say a lot about its culture. Here is how Boston’s meals are changing as it is becoming a more sustainable city.