"Lighthearted yet well researched, this illustrated pizza Baedeker hits the right buttons. After a rundown on the history dating to the Roman era, it highlights pizza’s Neapolitan roots, Margherita of Savoy and the classic pizza named for her, and Lombardi’s in New York in 1905. It shows slices from today’s New York spots, including Di Fara, Emmy Squared and Patsy’s, and signature pizzas from several cities, including Chicago and Detroit. Tools, ingredients and futuristic pizza from drones, robots and vending machines are also covered: Pizzapedia: An Illustrated Guide to Everyone’s Favorite Food” by Dan Bransfield " - Quoted from The New York Times