Italy is the home of pizza and New York was origin of pizza in the United States. Stephen Crivillaro is a skilled pizza maker, who was born and raised in New York City. In his pizzeria, he uses a 50-year-old Sicilian recipe to make his pizza. Sicilian is just one of the many regions in Italy. Each region has a slightly different style of pizza and cuisine.
Pizza has been a popular dish in the western region of the island since the mid-19th century. Each region has a slightly different style of pizza, but maintains the same basic flavor palette. In the United States, Sicilian style pizza is often rectangular and often has a thick crust. It is a popular style of pizza in the United States.
There are two different styles of Sicilian pizza. One style traditionally has a thick crust and is a rectangular shape. This style of pizza is thick crust, but is not quick as thick as a deep dish pizza. The crust is bread-like and the toppings are often tomatoes, herbs, onions, anchovies and strong cheeses. The second style of Sicilian pizza is round and has a thin crust. This style is more similar to Neapolitan pizza. It has a thin crispy crust, with the same toppings as the thick crust.
New York style pizza traditionally has a thin crust. Stephen Crivillaro opened his own pizzeria on the Lower East Side. He owns and operates a local pizzeria and works hard to give his customers amazing slices.