• Ethan

Knead to know - 4 different pizza styles

Watch your feet, I'm about to drop. Some. Knowledge.

In all honesty, there are definitely more than 4 different styles of pizza. These are just the 4 that appeal to me the most and ipso-facto, the 4 that I'm gonna sling some spiel about.

1: The Neapolitan

The style that we try to emulate. This softer, chewier style goes back to 18th century Naples, Italy. Back then, the less fortunate residents of this seaside city looked for food that was cheap and quickly eaten. Luckily for them, you couldn't (and still cant) move for it on the streets of Naples! Its high hydration is what gives you its signature light and airy crust. As the dough proves, the yeast creates the air pockets which get delightfully puffed up once it hits the heat, thanks to the large amounts of water turning into steam and creating those puffy outer crusts we love so much. It's also why the tip of a slice is traditionally a little limp. The lightest style of pizza you could ever enjoy.


2: New York-Style Pizza

Originally a variation of Neapolitan-style pizza, the NY pizzas are stereotypically large, foldable slices that have a wonderfully crispy outer crust. New York-style pizza is one of America’s most famous but every pizza in NY claims to be the best one, why wouldn't you? New York Slice is actually where the pepperoni pizza came to the fore, as in Italy