Montreal-style smoked meat, Montreal smoked meat or simply smoked meat in Montreal (French: smoked meat; sometimes viande fumée), is a type of kosher-style deli meat product made by salting and curing beef brisket with spices. The brisket is allowed to absorb the flavors over a week, and is then hot smoked to cook through, and finally steamed to completion.
During the latter half of the 20th century, pizza became a globally accessible dish, mainly due to Italian immigrants that had brought their dishes to new people with resounding success, often in racially and culturally resistive environments.
A survey from 2004 showed that Norwegians eat the most frozen pizza (5.4 kg/person*year), followed by Germans.
Garlic knots are a type of garlic bread found primarily in pizzerias around New York City and the surrounding regions. They were developed in 1973 by Amir Zamani, in Ozone Park Queens, as a way of making use of pizza dough scraps, and very quickly caught on.
Sloppy Giuseppe is a flavour of pizza found primarily in the United Kingdom, made popular by the Pizza Express chain of Italian style restaurants. The name is an Italianisation of the Sloppy joe, a type of meat sauce often served on a hamburger bun.
It is most commonly a combination of green peppers, red onion, and spicy beef. The spicy beef is usually ground, although a few restaurants and pizzerias tend to use diced beef. According to news website The Post, the Sloppy Giuseppe caused the average customer to spend an extra 11% in Pizza Express's Irish outlets.
Marco's Pizza, operated by Marco's Franchising, LLC, is a restaurant chain and interstate franchise based in Toledo, Ohio that specializes in Italian-American cuisine. The first store is in Oregon, Ohio at Starr Avenue and Wheeling Street. It was founded by Italian immigrant Pasquale "Pat" Giammarco in 1978.
Pizza strips (also known as red bread, party pizza, strip pizza, or more commonly, bakery pizza) is a style of pizza common in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. They have a somewhat thick crust and are topped with a thick tomato sauce and oregano. Pizza strips are traditionally made with no cheese (though sometimes a bit of Parmesan cheese is sprinkled on) or toppings and are served at room temperature. Most are sold at small local bakeries.
Many regional variations of pizza the United States have been developed, many bearing only a casual resemblance to the Italian original. Pizza became most popular in America after soldiers stationed in Italy returned from World War II. During the latter half of the 20th century, pizza in the United States became an iconic dish of considerable popularity. The American slang terms za and slice can also refer to pizza. The thickness of the crust depends on what the consumer prefers; both thick and thin crust are popular.
Mozzarella (English /ˌmɒtsəˈrɛlə/; Italian:
Pizza delivery is a service in which a pizzeria or pizza chain delivers a pizza to a customer. An order is typically made either by telephone or over the internet to the pizza chain, in which the customer can request pizza type, size and other products alongside the pizza, commonly including soft drinks. Pizzas may be delivered in pizza boxes or delivery bags, and deliveries are made with either an automobile, motor scooter, or bicycle. Customers can, depending on the pizza chain, choose to pay online, or in person, with cash, credit or a debit card.
Antica Pizzeria Port'Alba is a pizzeria in Naples, Italy, which is widely believed to be the world's first pizzeria.