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Calzone
Calzone.png
Dish Type
Entree
Availability
Purchasable
Cost
$1300
Prep Type
No HS
Menu Price
$12
Cook Time
15 seconds
Burn Time
18 seconds
Booster(s)
None
Detractor(s)
Oh Rats Oh Rats
Trashy Food Trashy Food
Menu Rot Menu Rot
Unhealthy Menu Unhealthy Menu
Origin
Italy
Calzone
Calzone.png
Dish/Prep Type
Special Order
Tier/Cost
CSD3 Food Rank 5.pngCC.png
Menu Price
$5
Origin
Italy

Calzone is an Entree in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! and a Special Order Food in Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?!.

Description[]

Originating in Naples, Italy, the calzone is often misunderstood as a pizza that fell over onto itself. In reality, the calzone is an entirely separate creation that stands apart from pizza.

While pizzas are yeasted flatbreads topped with tomato sauce, cheese and optional meats, vegetables, and condiments, calzones are made from salted bread dough that is instead stuffed with tomato sauce, cheese, meats, and vegetables. Calzones are also much easier to eat thanks to the folded dough that protects the eater's hands from the inner fillings. The two couldn't be more different, despite usually being on the same menu in different restaurants across the world. This trend was heroically challenged with the opening of Rigaldi's Best Original Calzone in 1980, though ultimately the restaurant folded not too long after Famous Original Rigaldi's Calzone & Pizza opened up across the street a year later.

The inventor of the pizza (J. Ulysses Goayaldi) has even gone on record noting that, although he also invented calzones the following day using much of the same materials, the two are completely different and should not be associated in any way whatsoever.

Today, calzones and pizzas are often sold and eaten interchangeably without regard for their rich, diverse history.

Ingredients[]

You will use 2 pages of ingredients.

PurplePage.png Purple

Dough
Tomato S.
Pesto S.
Cheese

Ricotta
S.Ricotta

RedPage.png Red

Pepperoni
G.Meat
Sausage S.
Fold

Seal




Recipes[]

01. Classic Tomato Calzone
PurplePage.png Dough PurplePage.png Tomato S. PurplePage.png Cheese PurplePage.png Ricotta
After placing the ingredients RedPage.pngFold and RedPage.png Seal

02. Classic Pesto Calzone
PurplePage.png Dough PurplePage.png Pesto S. PurplePage.png Cheese PurplePage.png Ricotta
After placing the ingredients RedPage.pngFold and RedPage.png Seal

03. Spinach Calzone
PurplePage.png Dough PurplePage.png Tomato S. PurplePage.png Cheese PurplePage.png S.Ricotta
After placing the ingredients RedPage.pngFold and RedPage.png Seal

04. Pepperoni Calzone
PurplePage.png Dough PurplePage.png Tomato S. PurplePage.png Cheese PurplePage.png Ricotta RedPage.png Pepperoni
After placing the ingredients RedPage.pngFold and RedPage.png Seal

05. Meaty Calzone
PurplePage.png Dough PurplePage.png Tomato S. PurplePage.png Cheese PurplePage.png Ricotta RedPage.png G.Meat RedPage.png Sausage S.
After placing the ingredients RedPage.pngFold and RedPage.png Seal

06. The Green Calzone
PurplePage.png Dough PurplePage.png Pesto S. PurplePage.png Cheese PurplePage.png S.Ricotta RedPage.png Pepperoni
After placing the ingredients RedPage.pngFold and RedPage.png Seal

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