Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘pizza’


Tomato Pie

Tomato Pie
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Ah, the classic colors that remind us of Palm Springs: white, turquoise and orange. After launching a location in Silver Lake and on Melrose Avenue, Tomato Pie has come to South Pasadena with George Jetson colors and 50s shapes and accouterment. Form and function! We ordered two of the “house pies”: Mr. White and Joe […]

Salsa Pizza

Salsa Pizza

It’s been a samba/salsa kinda week for me—both in the world of music (at a lively Latin jazz event at the Hollywood Bowl), and in the sweet and spicy notes of a perfect pizza recipe I conjured up in my kitchen! Salsa’s are used to compliment fish, chicken, tortilla chips—I’ve even seen a recipe to scoop […]

Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana

Settebello Pizzeria Napoletana

There are three Settebello Pizzeria Napoletanas in the world: one in Salt Lake City, one in Las Vegas, and a brand-new one on Colorado Boulevard, just down the block from Vroman’s and the Laemmle, sandwiched between Tender Greens and Roy’s. It doesn’t exactly sound like a recipe for success—“authentic Napoli-style pizza by way of Utah!”—but […]

Michael Gerard, Chef & Oven Builder

Michael Gerard, Chef & Oven Builder

Since 2002, Michael Gerard has not only been designing and building wood-burning ovens and churrasqueiras for his company, Wildwood, he’s been teaching cooking, too. But he took a roundabout way to create his dream job. The Eagle Rock native began his professional life as electrical engineer and contractor who specialized in TV studios and worked for […]

Wood-Fired Wednesdays

Wood-Fired Wednesdays

Ciao summer! To welcome the summer months, June gloom or no, Wildwood Ovens & BBQs in Eagle Rock is offering a series of pizza-making classes using its own outdoor wood-burning ovens. Attendees will learn how to make authentic Neapolitan-style pizzas with owner and proprietor Michael Gerard, who will share his dough recipe, give tips on cooking […]

Luggage Room

Luggage Room

We’ve been to Phoenix a couple of times and don’t particularly care to return, so we were skeptical when we heard people raving about the pizza at the original La Grande Orange, and how great it would be when Pasadena finally got said pizza. Really? The nouveau-riche land of strip malls has authentic, wood-fired, thin-crust […]

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