Different types of Pizza…what’s your favorite?
All this week Whoopee is celebrating National Pizza Month. Whoopee is featuring a different Pizza Place of the Day each day this week, offering listeners to email the station at firstname.lastname@example.org that day’s Pizzas Place of the Day for a free pie.
Today Whoopee is featuring Papa Joe’s Ristorante and Pizzeria on Newell Street in Pittsfield. Today they are featuring two topping pizzas for $12.99 today and today only. Pick up or delivery available.
Today’s winner of a free pizza is Glenn Boyer. Glenn’s name was randomly drawn from all of today’s entries.
In the U.S. there is always a debate about what style of pizza is the best. Chicago is known for its deep-dish pizza. In NY the thinner the crust the better. New Jersey, Connecticut, and Philadelphia style pizza puts the sauce on top of the cheese. St. Louis is famous for thin crust and rectangular slices, often referred to as Midwestern pizza. In Detroit it is commonplace for pizza to be cut into squares and have a thick deep-dish crust with the sauce on top of the cheese. Other types of za that originated in specific pizzerias includes the white clam pizza that originated by Frank Pepe’s Pizzeria in New Haven, and the BBQ pizza that was first made at Coletta’s in Memphis according to Wikipedia.
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