Naples pizza has a very thin crust; the way you are supposed to eat it is to fold it in half and eat it like a sandwich. We got the "Margarita" style, which is sauce, a basil leaf, and buffalo mozzarella. The colors are reminiscent of the Italian flag. :-)
An amusing point in the evening program was when the local musicians began singing a traditional Italian song. I have no idea what the words mean, but it is the tune of Larry's High Silk Hat, so Ted and I spent the entire number giggling to ourselves in line.
Here are some pics from the evening!
|This guy spoke awhile, but we have NO IDEA what he said!|
|Beautiful rainbow that appeared toward the beginning of our line-standing experience.|
|Comic magician and volunteer|
|Our pizza maker!|
|Putting the pizzas in the oven--we will have an oven like this in our backyard! So excited!|
|Kenna, sitting on a table, and Lucan (standing by me), enjoy watching the pizza-making process.|
|Hooray! Pizza! (And oh, my goodness, don't Arden and Lucan look exactly alike?!)|
|Ima gonna eat it ALLLLLLL!!|
|And yes...each of the boys got his OWN pizza and ate it ALL!|