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The Year In Pizza: 2010 Photo Recap

By my estimate, I ate pizza at about 100 different places this past year — many for the first time. Thirty three lucky spots were reviewed on the site. Below is a notable pie (or in one case, a cone) that I ate at each of those places. My photography skills aren’t great (personally, I blame it on the camera), but I hope that the photos on I Dream Of Pizza over the past year have captured the pizza I ate as well as possible. And if you’re not hungry right now, hopefully you will be after scrolling through these pics. Enjoy!

Aglio Olio Pie
(olive oil, garlic, mushrooms, parsley, and parmesan)
HaPizza (Tel Aviv, Israel)

Pizza Wrap
(zatar, olive oil, tomato, basil, onion, and mozzarella)
Yeminite Food Bar (Safed, Israel) 
Pesto Slice
Tito Bravo (Jerusalem, Israel) 
Margherita Pie
Toby’s Public House (Brooklyn, NY)
Pizza Alla Modena Pie
(tomato sauce, cherry tomatoes,
mozzarella, oregano, parmigiano)
Da Franco (Queens, NY)
Fresh Mozzeralla Pie
Arturo’s (New York, NY) 
Margherita Pie
57 Napoli Pizza e Vino (New York, NY)

Roasted Tomato and Buffalo Mozzarella Pie
Colicchio & Sons (New York, NY)

Tomato and Mozzeralla Cone
K! Pizzacone (New York, NY)

Marinara Pie
(tomato, garlic, oregano)
Pulino’s (New York, NY) 
Moby Grape Pie
(fior di latte, grape tomatoes,
coarse sea salt, fresh garlic, basil)
Paulie Gee’s (Brooklyn, NY) 
White and Green Pie
(mozzarella, arugula, parmesan, lemon, sea salt)
Roberta’s (Brooklyn, NY)
Margherita Slices
South Brooklyn Pizza (New York, NY) 
Pesto Pie
(pesto, fresh mozzarella, ricotta, cherry tomatoes)
Red Rocks (Washington, DC)
Marghertia Pie
Grimaldi’s (Brooklyn, NY)
Cheese Pie
(half mushrooms)
Ledo Pizza (Rockville, MD) 
Bar Pie
Eddie’s Pizza Truck (New York, NY) 
Plain Pie
Totonno’s (Brooklyn, NY)
Bianco Slice
(ricotta, truffle oil, arugula, fresh pepper)
Pizza By Cer Te (New York, NY) 
1964 Style 16″ Pie
(olive oil, parmesan, mozzarella)
Santillo’s (Elizabeth, NJ)

Cheese Pie
Star Tavern (Orange, NJ)

Pear and Gorganzola Pie
(gorganzola dolce, sliced pear, walnuts,
parmiggiano reggiano, extra virgin olive oil, basil)
A Mano (Ridgewood, NJ) 

Pizze Di Montclair
 (truffle oil, porcini mushrooms, pecorino saldo, parmigiano reggiano,
cherry tomatoes, wood fired mushrooms, basil, extra virgin olive oil)
Ah’ Pizz (Montclair, NJ)

Forest Shroomin Slice
(wild forest mushrooms, truffles, mozz, fresh thyme)
We, The Pizza (Washington, DC)

Cheese Pie
Pizza Oven (Canton, OH)

“Lou” Pie

(fresh spinach, mushrooms, sliced tomatoes,
mozzarella, romano, cheddar cheese)
Lou Malnati’s (Chicago, IL) 
Zucchini Pie
(zucchini, mona aged cheese and black pepper)
Greak Lake (Chicago, IL)
Diavolo Pie
(mozzarella di bufala, spicy salami, red pepper flakes, basil)
Spacca Napoli (Chicago, Illinois)
Mama’s Old Fashion Pie
(hand cut fresh mozzarella, virgin olive oil,
basil, crushed San Marzano tomatoes)
Sac’s (Queens, New York)
Plain Slice
A Piece Of The Strip (Pittsburgh, PA)

Tartufo Pie
(black truffle, fontina, egg, parmesan)
Pizzeria Stella (Philadelphia, PA)
Capricciosa Pie
(tomato, mozzarella, artichokes, 
special mushrooms, basil, olive oil)
Pizzeria Orso (Falls Church, VA)

Regular Pie
Federici’s (Freehold, NJ)

About I Dream Of Pizza

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 New York City and around the world on I Dream Of Pizza -- the web's most popular blog dedicated entirely to pizza.


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