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Review: Double Zero “00” Neapolitan Pizza

“Blown away by the taste and memories my starter had invoked, I couldn’t help but notice our fellow diners’ pizzas, exactly what anyone would hope for from a Neapolitan style pizzeria”

Photo: Miriam Mizzi

Review: Proove

We had to try this new pizza restaurant in West Didsbury

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The Life of Karen and her Pi(es)

Patrick Young tests out delicious pies he found in the most mysterious corner of Facebook, all thanks to ultimate pie enthusiast and Stockport deli owner, Karen

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Review: Tariff and Dale

‘After being so blown away by the hit Thai starter, I wasn’t sure I wanted to move on, but, the flaky pastry of the sausage roll was rather tempting’

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Review: Croma

The pizzas aren’t spectacular, but Croma’s bubbling atmosphere and authentic looks give it a little something extra

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Vapiano VIP launch

Sarah Lambert makes sure we doughn’t miss out on the Corn Exchange’s hot new kitchen, Vapiano

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D’oh at Dough

Eva Katz gets personal with pizza

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Crazy Pedro’s

Delicious and classy pizza until 4am? If that’s not enough to tempt you, Felix Sanders visits this out-there pizzeria to dish out what’s on offer

Design your own pizza box competition. PLY. Photo: The Mancunion

PLY

Elena Gibbs spins a 4PLY yarn about the Northern Quarter’s hippest pizza joint

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Freshers’ Flu: How to avoid the inevitable

It’s big, it’s back, and it’s here to get you. Here’s what you need to know about avoiding the September sniffles. Will you survive?

Photo: Hester Lonergan

Review: Rudy’s Pizza

Hester Lonergan visits Rudy’s Pizza, a pop up in Manchester’s Northern Quarter

Authentic Italian quality in the comfort of your own home. Photo: Ellie Gibbs

Recipe: Gourmet Pizzas

Making pizzas at home is one of my favourite things to do as a group. If there are a few of you, you can club together to afford decent ingredients and at a fraction of the cost of a takeaway or restaurant pizza. It’s also a lot healthier than eating out as you know exactly what’s going into every component of the dish!