American Pie – My Search for the Perfect Pizza – Review


Peter Reinhart begins his incredible adventures in Italy and travels all over America as he searches for incredible pizza pie. Take a word from Bill Graham: This book is not the best thing it does. it is the only book that does what it does. We not only look for these incredible tasty CDs, but we also learn how to make them.

The first part of the American pie is the desire to improve. The sub should be "searching for my perfect pizza," as Peter meets a number of pizza people who share ideas and philosophies about pizza.

According to this book, there is more to pizza than just throwing flour, yeast oil, tomato sauce, and cheese in the pan. The point is that you have to bake each part of your heart in each one to get shiny. (Autopsy. I call this Spirit Pie. Pizza from the heart, soul.)

The second half of the book allows Reinhart to do what he does best – bake. The recipes are all here, and Rainhart makes it easy for them to reproduce. He insists that he has the ability to know all the ingredients and methods of all foods. Moreover, he shares these secrets with the reader.

With many recipes you will be able to replicate the world's most famous pizzas. He adds his own peppers (Wooster Street, New Haven, Connecticut), world-famous staple, New York style, Chicago deep dish, focus, as well as many others. He gives tips on grilling and even gives some lessons on throwing in the air. "

I enjoyed countless jokes throughout the book. For example, the legendary Sally & # 39; s New Haven State in New Haven; While waiting for the Apitz series, he stops at "Nick & # 39; s Street". On Aptitsa Street for use as a restroom. She is impressed with their pizza and returns mentally. Six months after returning, "Nick & # 39; s Apizza has been fired. The obvious conclusion is that just making fantastic pizza may not be enough to keep the business going.

This book covers the charm of all things pizza from coast to coast. A knot is given for all kinds of American pizza, as well as recipes. New West Coast-era pizzas are also being discussed.

He actually reveals Wolfgang Puck & # 39; and California Pizza Kitchen & # 39; the mystery of secrets. (Some cooks were understandable, hesitant to give interviews.) The answer is that the two pizza menus were created by the aforementioned Legends of Pizza, Ed LaDou, the pizza star. The film and the owner of Caiote Pizza Cafe, located in Studio City, California.

It may be that Reinhardt has gone over the edge reviewing sushi pizza, but that fits in with the spirit of the book. This book is for everyone who has ever sampled pizza, as well as for those who have been passionate about this food.

The trip will only be enough for some friends and is worth the price of admission. Add to that Reinhart's & # 39; years of experience in all types of baking, and you have a volume that is incomparable in volume. Buy it, read it and make your perfect pizza.