Monthly Archives: July 2012

New and Upcoming from the Pizza Snob

While I haven’t necessarily been eating or writing about pizza, I have done a few things that I wanted to tell you all about. First off, we now have our own domain name at http://www.thepizzasnob.net. We are still in the same place but we are a bit easier to find and hopefully will start to […]

The Price of a Slice

In response to my recent blog, my good friend “West Coast Karl,” who grew up as “East Coast Karl,” said that he remembered the day when slices in Brooklyn went from 15 to 20 cents. Now Karl is a few years older than me, but I do remember my pizza-buying days when I started high […]

A Slice of New York City – the Real Ray’s Pizza

I just love that moment in the 2003 movie Elf where Santa Claus (Ed Asner) is telling Buddy the over-sized elf (Will Ferrell) what New York is like and gives him the three things he should know. He says: “First off, you see gum on the street, leave it there. It isn’t free candy. Second, […]

I Am a Pizza Snob

I have always been vulnerable to fantasizing about trading places with some character from a television series or movie. Somebody who I wouldn’t mind being like since they possess the qualities I desire – some that I may have and some that I may lack. My latest one is the character of Harvey Specter, played […]