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Sicilian squares at Difara’s Pizza, Brooklyn. #PizzaWeek

Difara’s Pizza -The Best Sicilian Square Pizza Pie. Olive oil in a cast pan to produce a crispy crust from a 900 degree oven.

Sicilian Slice at Nino's, Brooklyn NY // Slice

Nino's Pizza: A Bay Ridge Gem

Sicilian Slice at Nino's, Brooklyn NY // Slice

Instead of waiting in an hour-long line for grumpy service at Di Fara, enjoy Brooklyn’s actual best pizza (maybe) with a square slice here.   Square Slice at L&B Spumoni Gardens | 39 Delicious New York City Foods That Deserve More Hype

Instead of waiting in an hour-long line for grumpy service at Di Fara, enjoy Brooklyn’s actual best pizza (maybe) with a square slice here. Square Slice at LB Spumoni Gardens

RECIPES FROM SICILY: Truly authentic pizza....your pizza will never be the same again =)

This recipe is truly authentic because the ingredients I use are all fresh, grown locally here in Sicily, and made with my neighbor Sara’s pizza dough recipe.

Ditch the takeaway. These pizzas without tomato sauce are the best. Make your own pizza dough, then top with sausage, mozzarella, fennel and broccoli for a quick meal.

Pizza with sausage, broccoli and fennel

These super-easy Sicilian aubergine pizzas are a great twist on a family favourite. They use crème fraîche instead of a tomato base, charred aubergines, sultanas and pesto, with rocket and pine nuts for a bit of extra crunch.

Victory Pig Sicilian Style Pizza

Victory Pig Sicilian Style Pizza

Thick-Crust Sicilian-Style Pizza - T & T 8/31/15 - Delicious!  Well worth it - mine came out just like the pic except a bit browner since I left it in about 5 minutes too long - remember to check next time prior to buzzer going off...

Thick-Crust Sicilian Pizza

Thick-Crust Sicilian-Style Pizza - T & T - Delicious! Well worth it - mine came out just like the pic except a bit browner since I left it in about 5 minutes too long - remember to check next time prior to buzzer going off.

Sicilian Pizza

(photo Mark Luinenburg) Growing up in New York in the and there were two options when you walked into a pizza place: "regular" (thin-crust) baked right on the hearth, or "Sicilian" (th.

Amazing! Sicilian Ciabatta!

Inspiration in White: Rustic Table and Food

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