Pizza

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History of pizza
Pizza delivery

Pizza varieties
California-style pizza
Chicago-style pizza
Detroit-style pizza
Greek pizza
Hawaiian pizza
Mexican pizza
New Haven-style pizza
New York-style pizza
Pastrmajlija · Pizza al taglio
Sicilian pizza · Tomato pie
St. Louis-style pizza

Similar dishes
Deep-fried pizza · Grilled pizza
Pizza bagel · Calzone
Coca · Cong you bing
Farinata · Flammkuchen
Focaccia · Garlic fingers
Lahmacun · Manakish
Naan · Paratha
Pissaladière · Pita
Quesadilla · Sardenara
Sausage bread · Stromboli

Pizza tools
Pizza cutter · Pizza stone · Peel
Masonry oven · Mezzaluna

Events
Long Island Pizza Festival & Bake-Off
World Pizza Championship

Pizza (pronounced /ˈpiːtsə/ ( listen); Italian: [ˈpittsa]), in the US sometimes called pizza pie[citation needed], is an oven-baked, flat, disc-shaped bread typically topped with a tomato sauce, cheese (usually mozzarella) and various toppings depending on the culture. Since the original pizza, several other types of pizzas have evolved.

Originating in Neapolitan cuisine, the dish has become popular in many different parts of the world.[1] An establishment that primarily makes and sells pizzas is called a "pizzeria", sometimes misspelled as "pizzaria". The phrases "pizza parlor", "pizza place", "pizza house" and "pizza shop" are used in the United States. The term pizza pie is dialectal, and pie is used for simplicity in some contexts, such as among pizzeria staff.

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