Roman-Style Pizza versus Neapolitan-Style Pizza at Giulietta Pizzeria

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More information at When in Rome, you’ll want to eat like the Romans do. Roman-style pizza is thin and crisp, easy to consume on the go. Travel to Naples and you’ll discover a noticeably different style, with a thicker rim and a texture floppy enough to fold. But you don’t have to go to Naples to enjoy it. Giulietta pizzeria in Rome makes everybody happy by offering both styles, prepared in two different pizza ovens by two different teams of cooks, using different doughs. Even the proofing rooms are separate. It’s a pizza smackdown you won’t want to miss. We talk to Chef Cristina Bowerman at Giulietta about the difference between Roman-style pizza versus Neapolitan-style pizza.

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