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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A baked pie of Italian origin consisting of a shallow breadlike crust covered with toppings such as seasoned tomato sauce, cheese, or sausage.

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  • noun uncountable A baked Italian dish of a thinly rolled bread dough crust typically topped before baking with tomato sauce, cheese, and other ingredients such as meat, vegetables or fruit
  • noun countable A single instance of this dish

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  • noun Italian open pie made of thin bread dough spread with a spiced mixture of e.g. tomato sauce and cheese

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Italian, pie, tart, pizza, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German bizzo, pizzo, bite, morsel; see bheid- in Indo-European roots.]

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First coined 1935, from Italian pizza, of uncertain origin, perhaps from Byzantine Greek πίττα (pitta, "cake, pie"), from Ancient Greek πίσσα (pissa, "pitch"), Attic πίττα (pitta), from πεπτός (peptos, "cooked") or from Langobardic pizza ("bit, bite"), or from Latin pinso ("I beat, pound").

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  • It was only after consuming one of these hearty slices that I finally understood the term "pizza pie."

  • I have been digging into pizza from a very early age, long before pizza chains descended on Indian cities, long before I moved t൩o graduate school in NYC, where 𝄹pizza is not just food, it is a food group.

  • The meeting between the word pizza and a flat bread or focaccia smeared with tomato sauce lay a long �𒐪�way in the future.

  • Next time I'll try what they call the pizza della nonna -- grandma's pizza -- which is with San Marzano tomatoes, grated pecorino an♚d parmigiano, olive oil -- add anchovies and roasted garlic.

  • Next time I'll try what they call the pizza della nonna -- grandma's pizza -- which is with San Marzano tomatoes, graﷺted pecorino and parmigiano, olive oil -- add anchovies and roasted 🅠garlic.

  • Oddly, their pizza i𝕴s the most similar to what I encounter overseas.

  • Next time I'll try what they call the pizza della nonna -- grandma's pizza -- which is with San Marzano 🍎tomatoes, grated pecorino and parmigiano, olive oil -- add anchovies and 💦roasted garlic.

  • I live in chicago and I just thought it was funny how people from outside of chicago thinks chicago pizza is sওo so while people from chicago thi♏nk other pizza is awful.

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  • My local pizza restaurant is offering, among others, the following varieties: Temptation, Aussie, Trash Can, A Lee, The Bomb, Mafioso and Tiger Feast. If they're all too exotic there's always that great Italian fallback, Capricossia.

    January 20, 2009

  • Misspelling of capricciosa?

    January 20, 2009

  • :->

    January 20, 2009

  • Apparently derived from the medievil greek noun,"pitta" meaning cake/pie

    February 5, 2009

  • 'Yeast pillowsailingthrough the green

    oregano air, floats

    down into the bubbling

    rumors of tomatoes,

    the gossip

    of basil and bay leaves,stretches at the red

    aromatic massage,

    dreams in layers

    of mozzarella, the black

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    in many tongues,

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    cheese, queso, fromage, kaas, ser, keshi, ocha,

    queijo, käse, panir, nailao, queixo,

    formatge, brinzeu, cascaval, , formagio

    from country to country,

    wrapping around us and

    our gold floating globe.

    "Ode to Pizza" by .

    March 6, 2009

  • June 3, 2009

  • The future of pizza is pizzarà.

    June 3, 2009

  • Heehee!

    June 3, 2009

  • Wandering frog of the rolling valleys, we had a discussion going a few weeks ago on cone pizza.

    June 4, 2009

  • Hello )))

    February 17, 2010

  • SPAM

    February 17, 2010

  • A pizza with radius z and thickness a has a volume of pi*z*z*a --via

    June 27, 2010

  • Still,

    June 27, 2010

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