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Eaten straight from the oven or out of the box, pizza holds a special place in the collective American diet. Tune in as Linda Pelaccio, host of A Taste of the Past, brings in Robert Sietsema. Robert educates us on the history of pizza, and enlightens us about where many aspects of modern pizza originated. This piece was brought to you by Fairway Market.

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This week on a thrilling episode of A Taste of the Past, Linda Pelaccio brings in features writer for EaterNY.com, Robert Sietsema. Robert educates us on the history of pizza, and enlightens us about where many aspects of modern pizza originated. After the break, they discuss more in depth how pizza and the pizza industry spread throughout Italy and the U.S. This program has been sponsored by Heritage Foods USA. Music provided by Pamela Royal.

"Totonno must have made one hell of a flatbread." [13:50]

"In Naples when you get a piece of pizza, you know what you drink? You drink that great old American beverage, Coca-Cola." [21:45]

-- Robert Sietsema on A Taste of the Past


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Welcome to the Stupor Bowl show! This week, Chef Paul Gerard, The Rev Spyro, and Adam Velez are joined in the studio by Chef Ed Carew of Spasso to talk about the gluttony involved with game day. Learn some shocking facts about the pounds of chicken wings, rivers of guacamole, and slices of Domino's Pizza consumed during the Super Bowl. Why is no one concerned about the quality of food during sporting events, and how do these bad eating habits extend beyond the context of the game? Tune into this episode of Eating Disorder for more discussions regarding the frat-housification of America! Thanks to our sponsor, S. Wallace Edwards & Sons. Music by Dead Stars.

"Eating bad food is not just today for the Super Bowl- it's every sporting event, every family occasion. It's crazy." [24:20]

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