Norma, I have been to the Philadelphia Italian Market many times, but have not gone recently. It is an exceptional market, and I have seen it referred to as one of the finest cultural treasures of our country. I would strongly agree with that. I have to get back down soon. It has been over 5 years. There are several favorites of mine: DiBruno House of Cheese, with fresh, homemade mozarella, homemade ricotta, and an amazing selection of imported cheese and other products. Ralph's Italian Restaurant - I think it may be the oldest family run restaurant in the country or something like that. But the food is great, the service excellent, prices not too bad and the ambiance like old country. I had my wedding reception at Le Bec Fin in Philly, at the time possibly the best restaurant in the country ( 22 years ago ) and had a great time, but my sweetest memories are from Ralph's for a late dinner on my wedding day. Check it out if you get the chance. For the cook, and I know you are a cook thru and thru, Fantes cooking supplies is a fantastic store to walk through. A must see. The bake shops are great, and just a bit away is Termini's bake shop, an old world shop that is a jewel. The Italian breads are marvelous. As far as pizza is concerned in the Italian market, I do not have much to report. I have had some pretty good street slices there but nothing to talk about. I have had your pizza and none at the market was anywhere as good as yours. Good Luck!