[Sca-cooks] White Pizza- OOP

Terry Decker t.d.decker at worldnet.att.net
Sun Jan 27 06:50:07 PST 2008

White pizza, pizza bianca, is, I gather, a Roman thing.  In its simplest 
form, it is a flat bread drizzled with oil and sprinkled with salt, although 
aglio e olio (garlic and oil) pizza is also common.  Oregano, rosemary or 
other herbs are used to alter the final flavor.  There are other regional 
pizzas with more complex toppings.  For example, Pizza Pugliese is topped 
with eggplant, anchovies, diced tomatoes and black olives.

I think the American version of white pizza is a good idea take to the 
extreme.  Sort of the Amurican way.


>I never even heard of white pizza until a few years ago.  My daughter spoke 
>fondly of white lasagna recently, but I had never even considered such a 
>thing.  I expect these may be Americanized adaptations, but I don't KNOW 
>that, I just suspect it.
> Jo (Georgia L.) Foster

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