Calzones: Al Forno vs. Al Fritti

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2005/01/07 13:31:35 (permalink)

Calzones: Al Forno vs. Al Fritti

Forget stromboli vs. calzone. How about al forno vs. al fritti? It seems all the calzones I ever see these days are al forno. There was a place in Yonkers, NY years ago that did them al fritti and they were heavenly.

In case you're wondering al forno means baked. Al fritti means fried. A good fried calzone is a truly decadent pleasure.

Anybody know where to get a good calzone al fritti in NY, NJ or Philadelphia?
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    TJ Jackson
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    RE: Calzones: Al Forno vs. Al Fritti 2005/01/07 15:52:20 (permalink)
    per the weblog SliceNY:

    http://www.sliceny.com/archives/2004/07/house_of_pizza.php
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    MikeS.
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    RE: Calzones: Al Forno vs. Al Fritti 2005/01/09 05:38:56 (permalink)
    Calzone fried then sauced and a ton of cheese applied and thrown into the hot pizza oven for a quick melt. My local NY transplant pizza/Itialian place will do this for me on request.

    Calzone gotta be fried!

    MikeS.
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