Pizza historian and co-founder of Las Vegas’ Metro Pizza, examines the origins of the link between red pepper flakes and pizza
"Who am I to judge how hot you want your pizza?" says Nick Azzaro of Papa's Tomato Pies in Trenton.
The founder and president of the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana discusses red pepper flakes and the real way to eat pizza
Esquire’s food and wine correspondent discusses where pizza and pepper flakes hooked up
Carol Helstosky is an associate professor of history at the University of Denver.
Brooklyn’s iconic pizzaiolo grew up growing hot peppers but doesn’t use the flakes himself
A guide to how, where, when, and with whom this hot affair began
John Brescio, owner of Lombardi’s, America’s 'first pizza,' claims pizza and peppers have always been brothers
Foodborne diseases are on the rise, the CDC says
New research says cloves, tumeric can cut fatty foods