All thin crust pizza is not created equally. Here is a guide to the three main types of thin-crust pizza: Neapolitan Pizza, New York-Style Pizza, St. Louis Pizza and flatbread pizza.
Many people associate thin-crust pizza with Italy. Italian thin-crust pizza is generally Neapolitan pizza. This type of pizza crust is really thin and has a slightly, but not overdone, crisp texture to it.
To be a real Neapolitan pizza, the dough has to be kneaded by hand and not prepared in a mechanical way at all.
As Halloween draws near, it's not uncommon for family and friends to host horror movie nights. Whether you're watching new horror releases or some of the classics, a great movie night is often accompanied with some delicious pizza and drinks. Instead of ordering the usual pizza toppings from your favorite Italian restaurant, you can infuse themes from a collection of horror movies. The following five pizza ideas not only have a great horror theme, but they can also become a new favorite pizza for your household.
If you've recently begun following a low-carb eating plan, which requires you to steer clear of most starchy vegetables, grain products, and fruits, eating out may seem intimidating. You cannot order the burger, pizza, or club sandwich you used to order prior to adopting this lifestyle, and even common side dishes like French fries and rolls are off the menu.
Don't despair. You don't have to sit at home while your friends go out to eat, or relegate yourself to only ordering a side salad.