Pizza explained to Victorians
Hard to top this.
Pizza explained to Victorians. pic.twitter.com/PGwsukIsQF
— Jeremy Clay (@Ludicrousscenes) June 29, 2017
“The pizza, I hear your readers exclaim, ‘what do you mean by the pizza?’
“Now, at this season of the year there is no person, high or low, from the first Neapolitan duke to the lowest lazzaroni, with whom it is not a primary article of faith to eat pizza.
“The pizza cake is your only social leveller, for in the pizza shops rich and poor harmoniously congregate.
“They are the only places where the members of the Neapolitan aristocracy – far haughtier than those of any other part of Italy – may be seen masticating their favourite delicacy side by side with their own coachmen, and valets and barbers…”
This must be fake because at no point does he rant about pineapple
— Joshua Ellis (@jzellis) June 29, 2017
There are so many things I love about this: "not worth a grano", mozzarella "nothing more than rich cream", measuring thickness in muffins
— Tim Miller (@brasseye) June 29, 2017
Superlative informative description of the phenomenon ,I suppose the use of the photo today has now dulled our descriptive prose!
— David Halliwell (@IrishseaDave) June 29, 2017
Little did they know! pic.twitter.com/yx2zGnhhFJ
— Barry McVelcro (@goodjolt) June 30, 2017
To anyone asking for source/year,"San Francisco Bulletin",1861. "Frontier Fare: Recipes and Lore from the Old West": https://t.co/GsAp61hNhg
— Fabrizio Bartoloni (@f_bartoloni) June 29, 2017
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