Now Available in Paperback:
I am pleased to announce the paperback version of:
After countless requests you can now get your own copy!
If I discover a particular pizza book or food-related book on sale, I will feature it at the top of the page:
This is the Kindle Version of The Pizza Bible:
I can’t recommend “The Pizza Bible” enough. As Tony Gemignani told me:
“I put everything I know about pizza into the Pizza Bible…”
Claim your own copy right here:
The long awaited book by Chris Bianco:
You will discover incredible pizza books on this page. While many of the books are pizza related, some contain recipes while other describe pizza adventures.
While not a Pizza Book…I really like Paisano Guy Fieri…Here is a great book from one of my favorite TV shows:
laim Crust and Crumb: Master Formulas for Serious Bread Bakers at a steep discount.
Artisan Breads by Peter Reinhart, is one of my go-to resources.
Peter Reinhart’s Artisan Breads Every Day: Fast and Easy Recipes for World-Class Breads
In The Pizza Bible, Tony share every thing he knows about pizza
including all of the different regional styles. “It’s my life’s work
about pizza, put into a book” he explained to me.
The Pizza Bible: The World’s Favorite Pizza Styles, from Neapolitan, Deep-Dish, Wood-Fired, Sicilian, Calzones and Focaccia to New York, New Haven, Detroit, and more
On sale for now:
My Pizza: The Easy No-Knead Way to Make Spectacular Pizza at Home
Peter Reinhart’s pizza classic American Pie: My Search for the Perfect Pizza is now available for for the Kindle. You don’t need a Kindle to read it. This can be read on any computer.
American Pie: is an amazing book I already own a signed hard copy of the book and I decided I just had to get a Kindle version. This book is such a classic.
American Pie: My Search for the Perfect Pizza covers the gamut of all things pizza from coast to coast. A nod is given to Chicago Deep Dish along with recipes. “New Age” pizzas from the West Coast are also discussed. Reinhart actually uncovers the mystery of Wolfgang Puck’s pizza and California Pizza Kitchen’s secrets. (Some Chefs were understandably, hesitant to be interviewed). He may have gone over the edge by reviewing“sushi pizza”, but it does fit in with the spirit of the book
American Pie: My Search for the Perfect Pizza is for anyone who has ever sampled pizza as well as those who posses a passion for pizza. The journey alone will suffice for some pizza aficionados and is worth the price of admission. Add to that, Reinhart’s years of expertise in baking breads of all kinds, and you have a volume that is unmatched in scope. Buy it, read it and make your own perfect pizza!”
Here are some of my other favorite pizza books:
Check out: Pizza: A Slice of American History by Liz Barret.
Here is my own book on making pizza. This is currently only available in the Amazon Kindle store. I am currently working on a hard bound version of this book. Make sure you sign up for Pizza News for more information.
The Pizza Therapy Pizza Book: Unlock the Secret of Making Simple, Easy Pizza
If I were traveling the World on a Pizza Quest, here is the book I would take. This is simply one of the most interesting and comprehensive books on pizza places ever written.
Here is my friend Scott Wiener’s book on The Magic of the Pizza Box.
One of my favorite resources on breads and dough is: The Bread Baker’s Apprentice
Here is the hardback version of American Pie My Search for the Perfect Pizza
You can check out more of my favorite Pizza Books HERE
American Pie: My Search for the Perfect Pizza
Here is a wonderful book about bread making. When you master the elements of pizza you master the elements of bread. This book covers several types of pizza dough. There are some very helpful ideas for any home baker. Lots of very interesting dough concepts contained here.
More from Peter Reinhart:
Video Review of Pizza A Slice of American History:
Please note while the The Bread Baker’s Apprentice is in Kindle Format you do not need a Kindle to read or download the book.
Honestly The New York Times Cookbook has not only great recipes but gives you the history of cooking!