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The Traditional Pizza Making of Naples Now Has Heritage Status

In the early 19th century, a pizza maker from Naples pulled up stakes and moved to Rome. There, he opened a pizzeria for the town's large transplanted Neapolitan population, who missed the classic street food of their hometown. The business failed, miserably. Even for homesick Neapolitans, and even when made by a guy from back home, pizza in Rome just didn't taste quite the same as it did in Naples.
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