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Some guys dream about winning the Powerball jackpot, making love to Kate Upton, or scoring the winning touchdown in the Super Bowl. But personally, I spend most of my time dreaming about digging my face into a mouth watering slice of pizza. Fireworks are ignited. Music comes out of nowhere. And just like that, I’ve fallen in love once again. Since 2008, I've chronicled my pizza eating adventures in NYC and around the world on I DREAM OF PIZZA. From reviews and recipes to obscure video clips and news articles, this is your one stop shop for all things pizza.

I Like Pizza

Thanks to reader Rob for passing along this adorable clip of a baby enjoying his favorite food. I think I watched this 10 times today already.

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First Look: Joe’s Pizza Is Back!

First Look: Joe’s Pizza Is Back!

It’s hard to believe it’s been close to nine years since the original Joe’s Pizza closed it’s doors on the corner of Bleecker Street and Carmine Street in the West Village (now home to a Grom gelato shop and previously ...

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Wake Up, Frankfurt: Pizzeria Da Cimino

Wake Up, Frankfurt: Pizzeria Da Cimino

Recently, I spent three weeks traveling around Eastern Asia. When booking my transportation, I arranged for a 12 hour layover in Frankfurt to explore the city and, of course, try some pizza. In fact, upon landing at Frankfurt Airport, I ...

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Habana Pizzas: This Is Pizza In Cuba

Habana Pizzas: This Is Pizza In Cuba

I recently spent a week in Cuba as part of an academic trip with Columbia Business School. You may have read my review of La Carboncita, a somewhat upscale pizza place in a residential neighborhood of Havana. My classmates and ...

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La Carboncita: The Finest Pie in Havana

La Carboncita: The Finest Pie in Havana

I recently returned from a week-long trip to Cuba with Columbia Business School. As you may know, it’s nearly impossible for US citizens to travel to Cuba without an organized group (doing so, would require going through another country, like ...

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