While a home chef may desire to make any style of pizza in their home oven, the truth is that there are certain styles more suited for a home oven than others. When I was in Rome, I fell in love with Pizza al taglio. The airy and crunchy crust was a nice contrast to the plethora of Neapolitan pizza I had been eating.
Thanksgiving and food go together like rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong. Unfortunately, I’m still parted from my pizza oven and kitchen accessories, so my creativity has been stifled.
But that doesn’t mean I can’t find inspiration and excitement from others. I first tried checking out Pinterest for fun Thanksgiving pizza creations,
I recently found myself doing a whirlwind tour of Europe. While Paris, Munich, and Berlin were amazing, pizza havens they were not. But I ended the trip with a stint in London and previous trips had convinced me that great pizza was becoming a staple of the city.
Unfortunately, Wedge Issue isn’t one of them.
It’s a time honored tradition to have pizza and beer and Stuft Pizza is one of the best at combining these two loves of mine. And it just got even better.
Stuft has been around for 20+ years so they’ve had plenty of time to hone their pizza. I was originally hesitant because they opt for a thicker crust,