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Pizza Village and Ciao: back to Naples

Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli continues its tour to tell the world about the ancient Neapolitan recipe of the truest pizza and does so as the protagonist of Pizza Village, obviously in a safely manner as required by these social distancing times. Here is the road map of the journey and the next stages.

Ciao is at the forefront of the new Napoli Pizza Village format too: Pizza Village Home, which aims to bring a slice of Naples to the whole world, always in full safety!
Ciao’s role has been and will continue to be that of the official tomato of the veracity of Neapolitan pizza in all the stages of its world tour.

Milan
Palermo and
New York
These are the routes covered so far by the delivery version of the pizza format that combines tradition and innovation.
Tradition is that of a simple and ancient recipe just as simple and ancient as are the ingredients used to make it. Innovation is that of a different way of telling the story, wherever it is enjoyed through new ways of interaction.

However, after so much going around, now is time to return home, to Naples.
The new leg of the tour, the most eagerly awaited, will therefore be the capital of Campania, on June 3-6.

Vincenzo Capuano
Fiorenzano
I Re di Napoli
Pizzeria 3.0 – Ciro Cascella
Napoli 1820
Cicciotto Pizzeria
Antica Pizzeria Da Gennaro
Pizzeria Errico Porzio
Fermento
Federico Guardascione
Antica Pizzeria Vesi
Gino e Toto Sorbillo
L’Antica Pizzeria Da Michele
Dalle Figlie di Iorio
Lucignolo Bella Pizza

These are the artisans who for 4 days will open the doors of their homes – their pizzerias – proposing unpublished recipes and many surprises exclusively for the days of the Pizza Village, finally to be enjoyed at the table in Neapolitan restaurants!

The Southern know-how of Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli and its master pizza makers, after having served as a common thread for all the fans of the world, comes back to look at Vesuvius, confirming pizza as a dish that gives joy everywhere: in the street, at home and now again in the pizzeria!

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The solutions to the Pizza Game of Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli 1024 576 Alessandra

The solutions to the Pizza Game of Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli

Great success for the quiz held by Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli to celebrate the first edition of Pizza Village in Milan. Many were the participants that joined to have a say about the Neapolitan pizza. But who gave the right answers to the quiz presented by Davide Civitiello and Vincenzo Capuano and why? Here are the answers.
A true Neapolitan pizza lover knows everything about his favorite dish. That’s why we decided to put to the test the friends of Ciao – Il Pomodoro di Napoli, for years now sponsor of the main events in our sector.
So we involved two pizza masters like Davide Civitiello and Vincenzo Capuano selecting with them four questions – between intuition and technique – to propose to our friends during the Milanese days of Pizza Village Home.
And you all did great.
But someone was a bit more accurate than the others, though.
Why?

Here are the four riddles and the answers to each of them.

The first quiz, presented by Davide Civitiello who was in Milan on behalf of Rossopomodoro, was:

Ciao has been the official tomato of the Naples Pizza Village for years: but how many tomatoes on average do you think was consumed in the last edition held on the Lungomare of Naples?
The answer is 15,000 kilos.
Yes, we know, it was a bit of guessing at the numbers!

The second quiz was entrusted to Vincenzo Capuano. Here is the text.

Does it take more tomato to prepare a Margherita or a Marinara?
Answer: Marinara needs more tomato. According to the Disciplinare della Verace Pizza Napoletana – the official specifications for the true Neapolitan pizza, the Marinara requires 70-100gr of tomatoes, while the Margherita 60/80gr.

We then went back to Davide for the third quiz. There it is:

As everyone knows, the best technique for preparing tomato for Neapolitan pizza is hand crushing it. Why?
Answer: Because this way the seeds are not crushed and the taste of the tomato is not impacted. For those who did not answer correctly: do not worry and just give a look to the Disciplinare.

And finally, the last quiz was given by Vincenzo Capuano:

How much salt should be added to a kilo of tomatoes to prepare the topping for a Neapolitan pizza?
The answer is 10/12g per kilo. Here you all did really well.

So here is the list of promoted.

Giuseppe Toscano

Mahmoud Talaat
Chef Antonio Bia
Giuseppe Irgiglio
Francesco Palmieri
Manuel Renzi
Agostino Nuzzi
Dino Esposito
Saba Taf (Sabatino)
Armando Fersino
Pizzaudace
Imbimbo Salvatore
Matteo Ungaro
Zanella James
Clara Sardella
Manu Mennella
Aldo Palazzo
Chef Mantini
Siamo Pizzeria
Luca D’Oria
Nunzia Strazzullo
Simone Palermo
Rubens Rexhepi
Costanzo Ylenia
Fabio Pica
Francesco Lavino
Mario Danise
Gio Coppola
Bottaro Diego
Simone Loffredo
Amedeo Lucano
Giorgio Pierfrancesco Manganella

All the others will be held back – hopefully to September, or rather there will be other opportunities to enjoy as soon as it is possible to meet again, perhaps right on the Lungomare of Naples!!
Surprises are coming!