- n. pizzetta (a small pizza)
- Italian pizzette, plural of pizzetta. (Wiktionary)
“The long bar is lined with appetising plates of pasta, grilled vegetables, bite-sized pizzette, cheeses and prosciutto, and all you pay is an extra €1 added on to the price of drinks, which range from €6 for a glass of wine to €9 for a cocktail.”
“The pizzette recipe in Locatelli's Made in Italy, meanwhile, opts for strong white bread flour in his restaurants, he says, they use Italian extra strong W300 P/L 0.55, but this isn't readily available outside its homeland.”
“If you want to get a sense of what's changed at Equinox since it reopened in June after a kitchen fire last December, start dinner with something new: a snack "for the table," perhaps a pizzette.”
“Slices of crisp potato make an unusual base for small pizzas or pizzette.”
“On a dim and narrow street behind the Doge's palace, the pasticceria-bar Da Bonifacio serves the best pizzette in Venice, as well as freshly made cakes and, at the bar, some of the juiciest neighborhood gossip.”
“Try the lobster club on brioche with mango, avocado and tomato or a thyme-scented Alsatian pizzette with onions and bacon.”
“AFFAIRE The menu lists bistro fare like escargots, pizzette Provençal, coq au vin and crème brûlée in a lounge complete with D.J. and bottle service:”
“Even the impossibly cute pizzette ($5) has a fine crust.”
“But the kitchen, under veteran private-club chef John Miller, is more than ready to impress guests with a contemporary menu of stylish tapas, sandwiches, salads and pizzette.”
“I could not imagine Christmas with out pizzette, it would be a very sad family gathering.”
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