Neapolitan migrants carried pizza across Italy and America.
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The Spanish painter José de Ribera was the dominant figure of the Neapolitan school.
If anyone can claim to be an expert on Neapolitan pizza, it’s Keste’s Roberto Caporuscio.
The owners of this authentically Neapolitan pizza place in Stoke Newington have done their homework.
Valeria Graziussi, a Neapolitan living in Rome, said she and her friends had decided to “do an experiment.”
That means Neapolitan-style sourdough pizzas with traditional toppings, blasted in a red-hot wood-fired oven.
Steel baking plates are best for Neapolitan and New York-style pies as well as any other ultra-thin crust styles.
Back in 2006, the Covone brothers opened the restaurant and introduced real deal Neapolitan pizza to the city of Montreal.
Muti, also a Neapolitan, inevitably became involved in the dispute, saying that the acoustics were actually better than before.
The neighborhood has been the subject and inspiration for some traditional Neapolitan songs, the best-known simple titled Santa Lucia.
Rossini's most unusual, even experimental works were those he wrote for Naples during his tenure as musical director of the Neapolitan theaters from 1815 through 1822.
This “king of the Neapolitan pizza” is now a celebrity in Japan – as with former winners, television appearances have become the norm and commercial opportunities abound.
It was said that Lady Hamilton facilitated Nelson’s victory over the French in the Battle of the Nile (Aug. 1, 1798) by securing Neapolitan permission for his fleet to obtain stores and water in Sicily.
The San Marzano, one of only two tomato varieties designated by the True Neapolitan Pizza Association as the proper topping for a Neapolitan pizza, is now a familiar sight in high-end supermarkets.
How about this: Roberto Saviano, the author of the book that Gomorrah is based on, has had to live under constant police protection since his work was published – Neapolitan mafia can be pretty menacing to those who expose their wrongdoings.
While there was some effective reform of certain aspects of Neapolitan style that had become decadent and some nationalistic reaction in the field of comic opera, nothing in the nature of serious opera challenged Neapolitan supremacy.
Amelia Lester, an editor at The New Yorker, shares two recent cultural picks with David Remnick: “Please Like Me,” an ABC series that’s “Larry David meets Lena Dunham in the body of a twenty-one-year-old Australian gay man,” and Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels.
He began serious study of things Neapolitan and began to collect fairy tales and folktales, setting them down in a lively Neapolitan style with much local flavour and all the ornament and flamboyance of his influential contemporary Giambattista Marino.
Giambattista Basile, (born c. 1575, Naples—died Feb. 23, 1632, Giugliano, Campania), Neapolitan soldier, public official, poet, and short-story writer whose Lo cunto de li cunti, 50 zestful tales written in Neapolitan, was one of the earliest such collections based on folktales and served as an important source both for the later fairy-tale writers Charles Perrault in France in the 17th century and the brothers Grimm in Germany in the 19th century, and for the Italian commedia dell’arte dramatist Carlo Gozzi in the 18th century.
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