Many Italians call it that. My wife is Italian and the older people in her family call it that.ps don’t call sauce “gravy”
Maria. She's awesome. And as @Deepster tipped me off some years ago, she also makes an excellent minestrone soup, but only from November through March iirc.I'll go with Wethersfield Pizza also. Most of the time when I'm going through the area we stop there for a chicken parm sub. They're huge and good. My sons always asks why they can't make subs like that in MA. The lady who works there is so nice. Too nice.
Clearly, he never lived anywhere in the rural midwest. OMG, when we lived in rural Illinois, and not even 45 min from Chicago, they had NO IDEA how to make pizza. It was unbelievable. The difference between the best and the stuff they pawned off as "pizza" there is night and day.Wait, Devland is the guy who said all pizza is pretty much the same and the difference between the best and worst is very small. So I don't want to read anything he says in a food thread.
That's fake news, my friend. The gov't, etc., has been wrong on that forever. Their simplistic view of fat / cholesterol in, causes higher fat cholesterol in you, model of digestion is just not how our bodies work. Sugar and carbs are what turn into fat, triglycerides, and cholesterol, not fat and cholesterol intake.Wethersfield pizza house actually makes a fried mozzarella grinder I used to get it as a kid, it is excellent but Being in my 40s so.....not good for my cholesterol
Wethersfield Pizza is a tourist trap? I thought it was mostly locals that go there? And if it's "for people in Hartford who never go anywhere else" then those aren't tourists. LolVeal >>> Chicken.
The only place I order chicken parm, or any chicken cutlet for that matter, is Jimmy's Deli in Norwalk.
WP is a tourist trap for people in Hartford who never go anywhere else. And don't get me started on the horrible Nardelli's. ICK.