For this entry, I've decided to show you step by step how a good, wood-fired Italian pizza is made. For starters, you must have a brick oven, and of course, wood.
Next you take a fresh doughball, flatten it out extremely thin, and shape it. This is best done on a marble or granite counter top, to keep the dough cool and prevent it from sticking.
Next fresh tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese are added.
And then the whole pizza is shoveled into the oven.
As you can see, the fire is burning on the right hand side of the oven. The pizza has just been slipped in.
After only about 2-3 minutes the intense heat of the stone oven has caused the pizza crust to blister and rise and the cheese to melt. The pizza is now done.
Then you either eat your pizza at the pizzeria, or take your pizza home and enjoy it with either beer, or a glass of musky peaches in good Italian wine.