What Is Salerno-Style Pizza? | Food Skills

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  • Published on:  7/16/2018
  • For those craving the fresh ingredients of Naples, but aren't in the mood for Neapolitan pizza’s ultra-puffy crust, Salerno-style pies might be the ideal way to combine cheese, dough, and tomato sauce. Named after Salerno’s area code, and helmed by celebrated chef Roberto Paciullo, Zero Otto Nove is one of the few restaurants in NYC specializing in the southern Italian city’s unique approach to pizza-making. In this continuation of Food Skills’ deep-dive into NYC’s “real” Little Italy in the Bronx, chef Paciullo explains how his Salernitano pizza has become a surprise hit on the corner of Arthur Avenue and East 186th Street. Cooked extra crisp, and topped with Salerno-specific ingredients, like anchovies and capers, the pizza at Zero Otto Nove is both comfortingly familiar and exhilaratingly unique. Pairing ocean flavors with basil and olives, the restaurant’s signature Marinara pie is a must-try for thin-crust pizza lovers everywhere. Subscribe to First We Feast on YouTube: http://goo.gl/UxFzhKCheck out more of First We Feast here:http://firstwefeast.com/https://twitter.com/firstwefeasthttps://www.facebook.com/FirstWeFeasthttp://instagram.com/firstwefeastFirst We Feast videos offer an iconoclastic view into the culinary world, taking you behind-the-scenes with some of the country's best chefs and finding the unexpected places where food and pop culture intersect.
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  • DammitSinged
    DammitSinged a years ago+536

    Watching this while eating Cup Noodles makes me want to die.

  • Phillip S.
    Phillip S. a years ago+442

    I'll pretty much try a spot if it's owned by a down to earth guy with an accent like this guy. There's a level of chill that just makes you want to sit and have a beer.

  • Chrisket
    Chrisket a years ago+233

    In Naples, you take the pizza, put it on your windowsill for half a minute and it's done.

  • neoMelee
    neoMelee a years ago+126

    I'm on break at Domino's watching this haha

  • Caparzo Sorci
    Caparzo Sorci 4 months ago+16

    I believe he said "everything you cook IN South Italy, there's anchovies". Not "everything you cook INSULTS Italy" haha. I'm sicilian it makes more sense, considering we eat a lot of anchovies. Especially on pizza

  • Jantor Janter
    Jantor Janter a years ago+54

    Well i am from salerno , and the pizza in this video reminds me completely of the pizza we do around here. Great video

  • Carpica Beckers
    Carpica Beckers a years ago+14

    I'm from Salerno and this is absolutely correct. The Salerno style is a lil bit more crispier than the Napoli style.
    Anyway only seeing it, it's a really well made pizza. Trust this man!!!

  • NOT ANOTHER COOKING SHOW
    NOT ANOTHER COOKING SHOW a years ago+17

    I've eaten here, this place is money in the bank. Incredible pasta as well.

  • Pur3Death
    Pur3Death 4 months ago+1

    Pizza with anchovies?
    Garfield is dissapointed

  • Bennet
    Bennet a years ago+9

    hey I live in Salerno, this guy is very famous here ! XD

  • Cup
    Cup a years ago+39

    The subtitles don't match what he's saying.

  • Yep. Just Eric
    Yep. Just Eric a years ago+3

    "As soon as we finish eating, what are we going to eat tomorrow".
    I've found my spirit animal.

  • Frank D'Angelo
    Frank D'Angelo a years ago+3

    You can't imagine how hungry I am just now. And I'm in Salerno. Stuck at home

  • Alex Lavender
    Alex Lavender a years ago+15

    I was on a diet.

  • Slashbag69
    Slashbag69 a years ago+2

    Fry would approve of this guy.

  • Justin Eats
    Justin Eats a years ago+1

    I just feasted this in my mind.

  • Emiliyan Yankov
    Emiliyan Yankov a years ago

    I've been craving for an anchovy pizza for years in my town :/ I cry now...

  • Christian Romero
    Christian Romero 3 months ago

    I’ve been making woodfired pizza for a little over a year and I live in NYC.Just watching his video has inspired me. Trust me that this style of pizza for me honestly trumps all the rest. It’s crispy, light, and packed with flavor. And it digests very well. Just from watching I suggest everyone take a trip to the Bronx!!

  • BND7968
    BND7968 3 months ago

    A recipe for that dough would be nice. 😉

  • Tonito Sifuentes
    Tonito Sifuentes a years ago

    Can you do trippie reed in wings that would be cool