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Pizza Week 2014

Eater restaurant critic Robert Sietsema goes deep into the history of the calzone. The Neapolitan creation translates as "'pants legs;' it represented a sort of 'walk-around' form of pizza that could be carried out and eaten without utensils, while the damp-in-the-middle pies made in the same pizzerias had to be eaten on the premises with a knife and fork." [-ENY-] —Daniela Galarza

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