For years, Grandma-style pizzas were only made at home by Italian-American grandmothers. Then, in the late 60s and early 70s, New York pizzerias brought it to the counter, where it found a massive following.
Grandma pies are cooked in a pan with ample olive oil to obtain a crispy bottom layer that can support lots of melted cheese and tangy tomato sauce. It’s hip to be square, and not just in NYC – find Grandma-style pizza near you.
Q: 🍕What is the difference between Grandma-style and Sicilian pizza?
Q: 🍕How is a grandma pie made?
Q: 🍕Why is it called Grandma-style pizza?