Recipe for Pizza in France

pizzaTo the shock of 60 million french people, indeed Italians many years ago ruled out the use of any other cheese in pizza choosing Mozzarella as standard topping, I am sure that they being as meticulous as they are tried Parmiggianno and also Gruyere but found that mozzarella gave a nice texture and elasticity also releasing the right amount of grease and liquid in order to make pizza what it is.

It only took me 6 years to find out why in hell pizza in France was so bad and tasted like feet chewing gum, I tried several pizza parlors and only the few ones run by real Italians (but not them all) were able to produce the right tasty pie, I am sure that those Italians that have adopted the use of Gruyere have done so in order to be able to sell pizzas to the ever-knowing-it-all-Frenchies that find that mozzarella is not the right taste for pizza…

It is like the Mexican restaurants in Paris, they have to adapt the recipes to what the French think is the real Mexican flavor… come on! get real… France is known worldwide for its cuisine but if i have learn something in the last 6 years is that a typical working class french will spend his whole life eating sandwiches and those with some money steak and french fries, and they will only get a glimpse of the real french cuisine in the rare occasion when they go to a fancy expensive restaurant or a family meeting with mum or granny doing all the cooking, to which i must admit deserve a lot of compliments as to have found several ways to make edible all the members of the Cucurbitaceae family…

French stop changing world’s food to your ignorant liking, world stop adapting your food to please the French…

How many Italians take their espresso without sugar ? how many take long espressos ? how many do not compact the coffee powder in the percolator ?…

“a small espresso cup is the experience of a lifetime: warm, frothy, with the right amount of sugar and foam which is not made of milk but by the coffee itself whipped with the sugar placed at its bottom.”

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