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A revolutionary guide to making delicious pizza at home, offering a variety of base doughs so that your pizza will turn out perfect no matter what kind of oven or equipment you have.

Pizza remains America''s favorite food, but one that many people hesitate to make at home. In Mastering Pizza, award-winning chef Marc Vetri tackles the topic with his trademark precision, making perfect pizza available to anyone. The recipes—gleaned from years spent researching recipes in Italy and perfecting them in America—have a variety of base doughs of different hydration levels, which allow home cooks to achieve the same results with a regular kitchen oven as they would with a professional pizza oven. The book covers popular standards like Margherita and Carbonara while also featuring unexpected toppings such as mussels and truffles—and even a dessert pizza made with Nutella. With transporting imagery from Italy and hardworking step-by-step photos to demystify the process, Mastering Pizza will help you make pizza as delicious as you find in Italy.

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“Marc Vetri has an artist and a scientist and a genius all rolled into his beautiful, gnocchi-shaped head. I would need all the curse words in the English and Italian languages to fully express the brilliance that lies within these pages. If you are serious about making pizza, buy every copy in the store.”
—JIMMY KIMMEL

“Thorough, diverse, transparent, and beautiful, a template for this world and this amazing portrait of pizza, Brother Vetri goes deep into the many roads of all things flat and fired, and they all lead to delicious perfection! I love this book so much.”
—CHRIS BIANCO, chef and author of Bianco
 
“This book is genius in its detail. Marc sought out the most acclaimed masters of pizza to give you expert knowledge of the art, craft, and science behind what makes great pizza. What I love about this book is its passion, outstanding research, and easy, step-by-step instructions. In no time, you will be creating what pizzaioli spend a lifetime practicing to perfect. Mastering Pizza is an essential must-have for any pizza lover.”
—JIM LAHEY, author of My Pizza
 
“If you want to learn how to make great pizza, there is no better teacher than Marc Vetri. He has gone to great lengths to understand what it takes to make unforgettable pizza, and his unwavering passion for Italian food has made him a master of his craft. Mastering Pizza is filled with beautiful recipes and fundamental knowledge that Marc has accumulated throughout his career. This is the kind of cookbook that will inspire you to learn, cook, and invite people over for a great meal.”
—NATHAN MYHRVOLD, lead author of Modernist Cuisine
 
“There are very few people on the planet who could write a book entitled Mastering Pizza that I would want to read. One of them is Marc Vetri. Through his frequent travels in Italy, and a lifetime in the pizzerias of Philly, Marc has graduated from being a student of pizza to an esteemed professor of this beloved food. Marc’s stunningly comprehensive book (there are twelve dough recipes alone) will enlighten the path of your own journey to becoming the pizza master of your dreams.”
—NANCY SILVERTON, co-owner of Mozza Restaurant Group

“ An excellent one-stop pizza guide.” 
- PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

About the Author

Trained in Bergamo, Italy, by some of the region''s most noted chefs, MARC VETRI is the chef/owner of Pizzeria Vetri, Vetri Ristorante, Osteria, Amis, and Alla Spina, all located in Philadelphia. He has also opened a series of restaurants in partnership with Terrain, with locations in California and Texas. Vetri was named one of Food & Wine''s Ten Best New Chefs; he also won the James Beard Award for Best Chef Mid-Atlantic. Vetri has been profiled in Gourmet, Bon Appétit, and the New York Times, and is the author of Mastering Pasta, Il Viaggio di Vetri, and Rustic Italian Food. DAVID JOACHIM is the author of the New York Times best seller A Man A Can A Plan and a co-writer on numerous cookbooks.

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INTRODUCTION

EVERYBODY LOVES PIZZA 

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It’s amazing to me how the whole world fell in love with pizza. But I get it. I fell in love with it, too! It’s just so adaptable. Different doughs, different shapes, different toppings. You can make it however you like. And that’s exactly what everyone around the world does. And that’s what you should do. But this book is not an exhaustive survey of every style out there. I focus on the pizzas that started it all, like round pizza Napoletana that’s soft and foldable with a big, puffy rim; round pizza Romana that has a thin, crunchy crust and almost no rim; and rectangular or square pizza al taglio that’s baked in a pan with a superthick but light and pillowy crust. Sure, I have some fun with Naples dough and Roman dough. I show you how to make a few things like calzones and rotolo—a Pizzeria Vetri original! I also show you how to make focaccia, the Italian bread that probably kicked off the whole pizza craze in the first place. Just don’t go in expecting to find edamame pizza with a fucking cauliflower crust. That is not in this book. You won’t find gluten-free pizza either. But you will find gluten-friendly pizza that is thoroughly fermented and made with wheat flour. Yes, it is possible! 

You’ll find almost twenty different pizza and focaccia dough recipes and dozens of variations on those doughs. You’ll see plenty of pizza toppings, too—from classics like Marinara and Margherita to some of my new favorites like Zucchine and Carbonara. There are more than forty different toppings and fillings here. Certain toppings go particularly well with certain doughs, and I’ve pointed these out in the recipes. But, really, you can mix and match the toppings however you like. For me, it’s all about nailing the crust. No matter what kind of pizza you make, your dough and your oven will always have the biggest impact on how your pizza turns out. 

A lot of pizza books focus on the “one” dough recipe you’ll ever need. Or they show you the “best” method for baking pizza. The truth is, there is no “one” pizza dough to rule them all, and there is no “best” method—and acting like there is can lead you astray. It all depends on what you are trying to achieve and the tools you have at hand. Different doughs and different ovens make different pizzas! If you make pizza in a wood-fired oven at 900°F (482°C), you won’t get the same results when you bake that same dough in a home oven at 500°F (260°C). It just won’t work. My promise in this book is that I will help you make better pizza in whatever oven you have with whatever dough you want. 

Like everything else in today’s world, you can get your pizza cheap and easy, or you can seek out better quality. If you’re reading this book, I assume you want to go a step above Chuck E. Cheese’s. Let’s say you’ve never made pizza before, and you want to give it a shot. You’ll find everything you need here to make great pizza from scratch in your home oven the very first time. Or, maybe you’ve been at it for a while and you’ve gotten pretty good at slinging pies. These pages offer lots of opportunity to up your game—from perfecting your dough to getting the most out of your oven, and I bet you’ll also pick up a few new toppings to try out.

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Victory
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Something very strange is going on.
Reviewed in the United States on November 11, 2018
Beautiful book. Strange recipes. I bought this book in search of the perfect homemade crust. It failed. If you know what I''m missing please enlighten me in the comments below. I don''t know HOW you can get a good crust from the following problems in the Naples... See more
Beautiful book. Strange recipes.

I bought this book in search of the perfect homemade crust. It failed. If you know what I''m missing please enlighten me in the comments below. I don''t know HOW you can get a good crust from the following problems in the Naples family of pizza doughs.
1) King Arthur flour
2) 1/32 tsp dry active yeast
3) Water at 55 deg F (13C)

King Arthur flour is granular not powdery. That''s not a show stopper. That can be handled. I''m just not sure how. But 1/32 tsp of yeast??? For 2 -3 pizzas??? Other recipes call for 1/128 tsp yeast. What the hell is going on? I wonder if there is more wild yeast in the air! And water at 55 deg F requires ice to cool it down from tap temperature. I mean, what''s the point? I tried this recipe (Naples 70% hydration) and put it in a large bowl to rise. It went in like a non-glutenous knob and 6 hours later (that''s what the recipe said) was like a non-glutenous cannon ball. I aborted it and went with a warm water, full package yeast recipe.

I wish I could recommend this book but no way. If its recipes are workable, the methods are too arcane.
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eric stover
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No OO Flour?
Reviewed in the United States on February 26, 2019
I agree with a lot of things mentioned by other reviewers. How do you write a pizza book about Naples dough and not have ONE recipe using 00 flour? Is Vetri being paid by King Arthur? Barely a mention of OO anywhere. Also will someone please tell me how too measure 1/128 of... See more
I agree with a lot of things mentioned by other reviewers. How do you write a pizza book about Naples dough and not have ONE recipe using 00 flour? Is Vetri being paid by King Arthur? Barely a mention of OO anywhere. Also will someone please tell me how too measure 1/128 of a teaspoon of yeast? I must have lost the 1/128 tsp measurer that came with my set. I wonder if anywhere but a drug dealer would have a scale that would measure in such small increments. Some good info in the book, but nothing new or earth shattering.
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Becky at the beach
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outstanding book from understanding ingredients to the art of making pizza at home
Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2018
I have pizza cookbooks, good ones. but when I saw Marc Vetri was coming out with a cookbooks I had to have it. I love Mastering Pasta and Rustic Italian food so much. Mastering Pizza is wonderful. So many crusts, the same crust with different hydration for a different bake... See more
I have pizza cookbooks, good ones. but when I saw Marc Vetri was coming out with a cookbooks I had to have it. I love Mastering Pasta and Rustic Italian food so much. Mastering Pizza is wonderful. So many crusts, the same crust with different hydration for a different bake and chew, so many options for grill, oven, fire, so many innovative topping ideas, and old favorites that stand the test of time.

However, this book is more than recipes, it''s explanations and lots of how to pictures that are really helpful. for example, on page 36 there is a chart of flours, with their protein percent by weight, gluten strength, and elasticity. There is an equipment section, explanation of hydration.

Then the recipes. they are divided by doughs, First the pizza doughs, Naples, Roman, Al Taglio, Whole grain sourdough. The recipes are well laid out, the ingredients, then the directions. There are beautiful drool inducing pictures of the finished products, but also pictures of steps along the way so you know what it should look like at various stages.

This is one of the cookbooks that send you to other recipes, for example, the wood oven pepperoni you go back to the dough at the beginning of the chapter, then the sauce on page 111. It doesn''t bother me. I just put stickies where the common references are, dough pages, sauce pages, so it''s easy to flip back and forth.

The home oven stuffed pizza was amazing. So was the Parmesan fried dough balls.. no more store bought pizza bread for us.

We really like the al taglio dough. the sheet pan full of amazing deliciousness topped with more amazing deliciousness. the potato and mozzarella was just so good.

The fried mini calzones were so good. Fried pizza dough with hot melty fillings..

and do make the home oven dolci rotolo.. because it''s truly amazing. ricotto sugar cream rolled dough with a caramel sauce poured over top.. this will be one I make a lot, probably too much!

There are so many recipes I''ve marked to try, but the crusts I''ve tried have turned out so well, and that is a big part.
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Alex Linde
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Great for veteran pizza makers!
Reviewed in the United States on September 4, 2018
Having made pizzas for many years now, this book was a breath of fresh air. It has many new ideas and some exciting flavor combinations. It''s not just a pizza book, it''s an Italian cookbook from a master chef who applied his skills to pizza. The results are outstanding.... See more
Having made pizzas for many years now, this book was a breath of fresh air. It has many new ideas and some exciting flavor combinations. It''s not just a pizza book, it''s an Italian cookbook from a master chef who applied his skills to pizza. The results are outstanding. Here I include some pictures of two Roman pizzas I made from the book - Lombarda (Fennel Sausage, Bitto Cheese, Mozzarella, Egg) and Parma(Arugula, Mozzarella, Fontina). I have to say, the Roman pizza dough recipe is fantastic, and the closest I have ever gotten to getting this style right. These pizzas were baked in a Blackstone oven at 630F for about 3 minutes. I can''t wait to try the rest. Thank you Marc for sharing your knowledge! Note: I paid in full for my book and am not doing this review in exchange for a free copy.
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SFXPHIL
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Substantial book, wealth of good information
Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2018
The first thing you notice when receiving this publication is that it''s a substantial book, a good manageable size. Why is that important? well in the past i have ordered books that are extremely disappointing size wise, small and difficult to read. Mastering Pizza just... See more
The first thing you notice when receiving this publication is that it''s a substantial book, a good manageable size. Why is that important? well in the past i have ordered books that are extremely disappointing size wise, small and difficult to read. Mastering Pizza just feels like a book you want to keep and read.

i love Marc Vetri and David Joachims down to earth writing style. Straight forward explanations, simple recipes and easy to source ingredients. As a self confessed pizza addict i cannot get enough good pizza and living where i do the nearest quality pizza/Italian restaurant is more than 140 miles away . My very first test was to make the Kamado Grilled Neapolitan Pizza on my brand new Kamado grill and it turned out amazing. With a temperature of 700F i was able to cook a 16" pizza in just 2 minutes compared to the 8-10 minutes it takes in a normal kitchen oven. The taste was out of this world and instantly took me back to my time in Taormina Sicilia where they make some of the worlds best pizza, IMHO. If you love an authentic pizza taste and not the nasty local chain derivatives, then i highly recommend getting a copy of this new book
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Streetlite
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...........on and on and on and on and..........
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2018
Every page,when you finally get to the dough recipes, is the same words over and over again. Not for the home pizza maker for sure unless you want to make 6 pizzas at a time. No single dough recipes included. This book is really a waste of time and an expensive kindle... See more
Every page,when you finally get to the dough recipes, is the same words over and over again. Not for the home pizza maker for sure unless you want to make 6 pizzas at a time. No single dough recipes included. This book is really a waste of time and an expensive kindle purchase. A struggle to get through.
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Jim S.
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If you''re serious about pizza...
Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2018
I initially got this book from the library to see if it was worth purchasing, it most definitely is! Marc imparts a lot of useful knowledge in this book, knowledge that has taken me years to learn on my own through scouring the internet, purchasing and reading... See more
I initially got this book from the library to see if it was worth purchasing, it most definitely is!

Marc imparts a lot of useful knowledge in this book, knowledge that has taken me years to learn on my own through scouring the internet, purchasing and reading numerous pizza and bread making books and hands on trial and error, this book will literally save you years of work. Even though I already know 90% of what is in the book, the 10% I didn''t know made the book worth the purchase price. This book is easily worth 10x it''s cost. I wish he would have written it 10 years ago.

If you are serious about learning about how to make quality pizza at home BUY THIS BOOK.
(Marc you should make a companion DVD to show dough handling and pizza making techniques.)

Things I''ve learned about making pizza, be patient there is a learning curve, don''t cut corners, buy the equipment to do the job, and get the best ingredients you can find. If you invest the time and money you will be making pizza that is better than 95% of pizza you can find anywhere and your failures will still be better than 75% (and yes you will fail).
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Great information, Up your pizza game!
Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2019
I really like this book. I have been making pizza for the last couple of years. Started with Lahey no knead pizza, and then just loved Elements of Pizza dough recipes by Ken Forkish. It has been my go to book for the last year! Just got this book, and i have learned a... See more
I really like this book. I have been making pizza for the last couple of years. Started with Lahey no knead pizza, and then just loved Elements of Pizza dough recipes by Ken Forkish. It has been my go to book for the last year! Just got this book, and i have learned a good bit about the hydration and oven relationship, and especially about the salt addition.

Have to admit, i agree with another reviewer, i made the taglio pizza, with 80% hydration, adding the water at the second fold. It was so wet, the water would not incorporate totally. I stretched and again, white water in the bottom of the bowl I did the third fold, and it was less wet , but still very wet, not like any dough i have made before, btw i have the Bonci book and never found this to be a problem. Let it sit in frig, and shaped etc the next night. It had a great taste. I know water is a friend of dough, but not sure i made it correctly. One thing, i added the 350 grams of water , and it was a bit dry, so i added a bit more water to completely incorporate the flour. Might this be the problem? Too much water in the initial mix?
but then again, dry flour is not a good thing!

again, i love this book, and will try this recipe again, but any information, insight, would be appreciated.

Oh..and for those who argue for OO flour..i have used it..and then used it in combination with bread flour with starter..and i went back to all bread..Just a better consistency for dough.. And finally, i am updating my review, as the 36 hour ferment on my wet dough is the best! The water was all absorbed and the taste was great! I made it with all evoo and salt and fennel pollen...just great!! To be clear, i made one recipe and divided it into two quarter sheet pans..the second used in 36 hours,,and it was excellent consistency..not too wet vs the 24! again, if anyone has any thoughts , would love to hear them

One last thing..i ordered the mock mill, for my kitchen aid, and wheat berries from Maine Grain. Cannot wait to try them!

thank you Chef for a great book.....
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Absolutely brilliant book for serious bakers and amateurs alike
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 5, 2018
I own a rather considerable library of cookbooks due to my rather scary obssession with good food. I hold bread and bread related products especially close to heart and spend countless hours of studying and trying out recipes from my collection. There are numerous books on...See more
I own a rather considerable library of cookbooks due to my rather scary obssession with good food. I hold bread and bread related products especially close to heart and spend countless hours of studying and trying out recipes from my collection. There are numerous books on pizza out there and so far, I thought that ''elements of pizza'' was by far the best book out there; but this book gives it a serious run for its money. Why? From the first pages I had the ''aha!'' moments: the author explains in beautifully simple language what dough hydration is and why it matters, why certain types of flour are used and what difference would be achieved if you swapped them. From my experience understanding why certain things are done the way they are form the foundation of achieving that perfect pie/whatever you''re making. The definition of perfection is completely subjective - I love pizza certain way, every family member has their own preferences. This book caters to all as is does not just land you with one recipe but arms you with an arsenal of techniques to make choices that produce THAT pizza you crave. Masterpiece!
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Dragojevic Aleksandar
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Lots of useful information, be careful about the recipes
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 20, 2020
I really enjoyed reading this book. It is full of information that I was hoping to learn about (what happens with more or less water in the dough, what is the effect of adding salt, etc). The book is written in a very enthusiastic style as well. It makes you want to make...See more
I really enjoyed reading this book. It is full of information that I was hoping to learn about (what happens with more or less water in the dough, what is the effect of adding salt, etc). The book is written in a very enthusiastic style as well. It makes you want to make and eat pizza. However, I followed an option in one of the recipes and ended up with flat dough. I was suspicious about putting 0.2g of active dry yeast for 1 kg dough and leaving it in the fridge for 24 hours, but decided to give it a go. After seeing the result, I would advise against this. I might try with a lot more yeast e.g. 2 g. It is a shame as I am now not sure which of the recipes I can safely follow and which I should avoid.
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Must have book for making awesome dough!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 17, 2019
Very detailed dough making instructions which are tailored to the type of oven you will be using. Have learnt a lot from this and the dough tastes amazing. A must have book for any pizza oven owner!
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Great Pizza for dummies?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 14, 2018
The headline of course is meant in a good way. This is one of the best books I''ve read concerning "how to." Its clear on all fronts and the experience shared by M. Vetri about his travels to Italy, to me, are an added bonus. I had read about this book being in the works...See more
The headline of course is meant in a good way. This is one of the best books I''ve read concerning "how to." Its clear on all fronts and the experience shared by M. Vetri about his travels to Italy, to me, are an added bonus. I had read about this book being in the works some time ago and it has truly lived up to what I was hoping for, which of course was simplistic explanations of what Vetri has spent years creating. Making the science of dough etc simple means a lot to a dummy like me.
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Its a great book a must have
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Brilliant buy for, all pizza lovers, or fresh making folk
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Heritage Wheat Rosemary Focaccia

Makes 1 Half- Sheet Pan (18 By 13 Inches/ 45 By 33 Cm)

To Mix And Knead: Put the wheat flour, bread flour, and water in the bowl of a stand mixer, fitted with the dough hook. Add the yeast and mix on low speed for 2 to 3 minutes. Switch to medium speed, add the salt, and then stream in the oil. Mix until the dough is smooth and silky, about 10 minutes.

To Ferment:

Transfer the dough to an oiled bowl, cover, and let rise in a warm place until doubled in size, about 1 hour.

Lightly oil a half- sheet pan (18 by 13 inches/45 by 33 cm) and then punch down the dough and turn it out onto the oiled pan. Fold the dough over itself in thirds, cover tightly, and let rise in a warm spot for 30 minutes more. After 30 minutes, punch down the dough, fold it over itself again in thirds, cover tightly, and let rise in a warm spot for another 30 minutes.

To Shape And Ferment Again:

Press the dough into the baking sheet, all the way to the edges of the pan, so the dough is about 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) thick. Dimple the surface all over with your fingertips. Cover and let rise in a warm spot for a final 30 minutes. The multiple risings help create lots of bubbles and flavor in the dough.

To Bake:

Preheat the oven to 500°F (260°C). Drizzle the top of the focaccia with oil and tilt the pan to get oil into most of the hollows. Or press the oil right into the holes with your fingertips. Scatter on the rosemary and some salt. Bake until golden brown, 20 to 25 minutes. Cool in the pan on a wire rack and then cut into 3- inch (7 cm) squares. Serve warm or at room temperature.

Ingredients

  • 258 grams (2 cups) whole grain spelt or other heritage wheat bread flour, preferably fresh milled
  • 258 grams (2 cups) King Arthur bread flour
  • 307 grams (1 1/3 cups) water at 55°F (13°C)
  • 7 grams (2 1/4 teaspoons) active dry yeast or 14 grams (1 1/2 tablespoons) fresh yeast
  • 9 grams (1 1/2 teaspoons) fine sea salt
  • 13 grams (1 tablespoon) extra- virgin olive oil, plus some for the pan and for drizzling
  • Leaves from 2 sprigs fresh rosemary
  • Flake salt, such as Maldon

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