The world’s best pizza
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4 March 2016
We discuss how to choose between the 1,700 best pizzerias around the world, get a taste for the Argentinian drink that has become a global hit and sit down with the entrepreneur who has got Brazilians eating vegetarian burgers.
4 March 2016
Food writer Daniel Young is about to release his new book ‘Where to Eat Pizza’, which lists over 1,700 of the world’s best pizzerias across 48 countries. He explains that there is more than one way to prepare a pizza – although many seem to think otherwise.
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