Deep-Fried Pizza Has Arrived in LA
Montanara became an official thing in Italy after World War II, when firewood was scarce but plenty of lard was around. At its very best, you might not be able to taste that the dough was fried at all.
The Mafia Is Alive, Well, and Controlling Bread Prices in Italy
The police allege that bread retailers of all sizes, whether a street vendor or a supermarket, have had to buy their bread from bakeries tied to the Camorra Mafia for years.
How the Welsh Valleys Ended Up with Surprisingly Authentic Italian Food
Thanks to waves of immigration from Italy in the early 19th century, Wales developed a strong Italian community with its own cafes and restaurants. “There used to be as many as five on the same street,” explains Cardiff University’s Bruna Chezzi.