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Re: What are Neapolitan pizzas really supposed to look like when made in a WFO
« Reply #50 on: October 07, 2013, 09:43:30 AM »
I find this post by blogger Elizabeth Minchilli interesting.  She lives in Rome, Italy and I think she is a member of this forum.  Elizabeth posts about the different kinds of pizzas in Rome and then lists her favorite pizzerias and links to those pizzerias.  She also posts most pizzerias are only open at night and says most pizzas are made in wood burning ovens.  I never have been to Rome to see what their pizzas look like, so I found those links helpful to see what the wood burning pizzas look like.
http://www.elizabethminchilliinrome.com/2013/10/best-pizza-in-rome-2013.html 

Someone asked Elizabeth about Pizza Ciro on facebook and posted a link.  I was curious to see what Pizza Ciro's website looked like.  I like the pictures show at the top of their webiste.  It shows photos of people eating pizza a long while ago and other interesting photos. http://www.pizzaciro.it/home.html  The photos can be right clicked and zoomed in to see them a little better if anyone is interested.

Norma