How to Eat Like a Pizza Master

By: Cooking Channel Staff

If you've watched Pizza Masters, you'll agree that Fran Garcia and Sal Basille are Italian comfort food experts. They run Artichoke Pizza in New York which many claim to be the city's best pizza (therefore, in turn, the world's best pizza). They learned their craft the same way as many great Italian-American chefs, by generations and generations of nonna's teaching them the way around a kitchen. They've taken this history (and great, funny stories) and turned them into quick and easy recipes in their new book (out today!) called Staten Italy: Nothin' but the Best Italian-American Classics, from Our Block to Yours. You can expect authentic comforts that go way beyond pizza -- like Eggs Pizziaola, Pork Cutlets with Hot Peppers and Vinegar, their famous Cauliflower Fritters and much more.

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