Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Salisbury House of Pizza


Every year I visit my cousin in Salisbury, we order takeout pizza from Salisbury House of Pizza. There, they really know how to prepare this American-Italian specialty.

The pizza we enjoyed today, has gone a very long way from those once prepared in Naples. The pastry is neither thin nor crispy, and traditional honest ingredients have been substituted by more inventive toppings.

They are a far cry away from the pizza margherita, named after Queen Margherita of Savoy, and dressed in the Italian national colours, red tomato sauce, bright white mozzarella, and fresh green basil, or the pizza napoletana with tomato, mozzarella, anchovies and oil.

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The pizza we ordered from Salisbury House of Pizza in September, had however, reverted slightly towards the original.

It had not as much topping as on many other pies, the crust was thinner, crispier, and we decided to ask for lots and lots of anchovies to be added for extra taste, providing a genuine Italian feel to it.

We decided on a half and half, equally divided between vegetarian topping with spinach and spicy Italian pepperoni sausage, my favourite.

The Salisbury House of Pizza does not only prepare pizza. You can order delicious subs and other warm meals brought to your door. The prices are nice as well, as you do not pay much to get a generously sized meal brought to your door, and the quality is excellent.

Certainly an easy temptation if I had lived in the neighbourhood, for days I would not care to make my own dinner.

Where to find Salisbury House of Pizza

Salisbury House Of Pizza
2 Beach Rd
Salisbury, MA 01952
Phone: (1+978) 465-1700

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