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Pizza Art: The most delicious pieces of art you have ever eaten!

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Pizza is a universal food -- beloved here in the United States, where statistics show that Americans consume more than 100 acres of pizza a day. That's about 350 slices a second! With the help of this innovative idea book, pizza lovers can stretch their imagination, their brain, and their stomach by learning art history while they munch. Whether you're in the mood for a Pi ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published September 1st 2004 by Globe Pequot
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Petra Eggs
Jul 08, 2008 Petra Eggs rated it it was amazing
If you can bake a pizza then you can impress! There are just a few recipes for basic pizza dough, savoury and sweet and a couple of sauces. The rest of the book is devoted to the decoration of the pizza - from Mondrian (on the cover) through the slightly rude nudes of Albrecht Durer to the hilarious spotty dog (with capers). The book could inspire a fun afternoon baking with children or for a fast, informal dinner party.
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