I’M here — back in the Dining section with a new column — to insist once again that not only can you cook it at home, but you can likely cook it better.
“It,” in this case, is pizza, and the impetus for today’s installment was a visit to a highly acclaimed pizza joint in Manhattan, where I was served (for $15, or about four times the cost of the ingredients in a supermarket) a perfectly ordinary, overly poofy, drearily sauced pizza. Granted, the mozzarella was first rate. Big deal.
Read the rest of this column, watch the video, and get the recipes here.