- From Italian. (Wiktionary)
- Italian, pant leg, calzone, from calza, sock, from Vulgar Latin *calcea, from Latin calceus, shoe; see calceolate. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“I love pizza and calzone is my favourite:) Nice filling too!”
“Now I've got to make pizza:) Your calzone is gorgeous and the filling sounds so delish!”
“I'm the sort of person who thinks that a pizza is good, a calzone is always better - and this looks gorgeous!”
“Mar 22nd, 2007 at 9: 20 pm battlestations!! battlestations!! tried the ziti. stick with the pizza. also, the calzone was a big cheesy mess (not in a good way).”
“Since it looks like something that should be portable, they feel that the calzone should be a self-contained meal.”
“Since moving to Canada, its hard to find a calzone aka panzerotti with ricotta, They just don't make them that way.”
“The dough on the calzone is a bit tough, but the mozzarella and ham filling is nice enough.”
“Don't miss a local favorite, the Nic-o-boli -- a kind of calzone superior to most -- at Nicola's Pizza (8 N. 1st St., 302-227-6211), a town presence for more than 27 years.”
“He couldn't imagine her fooling around with a calzone.”
“Until I got here I thought calzone was an Italian sandwich.”
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