A Pizza Fit for a Queen and Others Too
September 15, 2020 11:03am CST
In 1861, the king of Italy was Victor Emmanuel. The king's daughter-in-law, Queen Margherita of Savoy, must have been a lovely young lady. When Queen Margherita came to visit Naples, a special pizza was created in her honor.. The Queen Margherita Pizza is quite special due to it being made up of the the colors of the Italian flag which happen to be green, red, and white. The Queen Margherita Pizza looks like it would taste really good, and it also appears to be quite easy to make at home. Mozzarella cheese, provolone cheese, tomatoes, olive oil, garlic, salt, and fresh basil, along with pizza dough will result in a Queen Margherita Pizza. The fellow in the video makes a Queen Margherita Pizza that looks absolutely marvelous. Photo: vintagenewsdaily
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@Corbin5 In Italy there is a sort of "official rule" for pizza called "disciplinare della pizza". A pizza to be a real one must respect the rules and you cannot call Pizza Margherita a thing with garlic ant sliced Roma tomatoes on the top. This is the photo of a Pizza Margherita out of the oven of one of the most famous Pizzeria in Napoli. As you can see the mozzarella is "just nelted", still keeping its shape. Not a melted liquid mess.
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@LadyDuck Oh, what a lovely pizza that is. I bet it tastes marvelous!! A Chicago hot dog must be topped with yellow mustard, chopped white onions, bright green sweet pickle relish, a dill pickle spear, tomato slices or wedges, pickled sport peppers and a dash of celery salt. The complete assembly of a Chicago hot dog is said to be "dragged through the garden" due to the many toppings. I have never eaten any hot dog with ketchup due to that tasting so wrong.