Antonio Pizzota’s pizza is a classic in its own right, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be a little bit weird.
Pizza delivery man Antonio Pizzotas is the first man to ever receive an official certificate from Guinness World Records as a world pizza champion, and the first to be crowned a “super” pizza.
But it took him a while to finally get his name recognized.
“I got my name in the Guinness book in 2011,” he said, describing the process.
“I did a lot of research.
I contacted the Guinness World Book of Records, and they sent me their official certificate of recognition.
It’s a really neat certificate.
It’s like a certificate that says, ‘Super pizza, the world.’
I don’t even think I would know what to say about that.”
Pizzota is currently making pizzas for his own pizzeria, Pizzutos Pizza, in Queens, New York.
The pizzas are being named after Pizzuta, his brother.
Puzzlingly, Pizotas’ Pizza is being billed as the world’s most expensive pizza.
It sells for $16,000.
The world record was originally set by a man in Australia, and Pizzoteas Pizza in New York was also named after him.
A couple of years ago, Guinness World Record was also looking to name an Italian pizza the world record holder.
And Pizzotta got the nod, too.
According to Guinness World Official, he was awarded the title “Super” Pizza in 2012.
The title came from the fact that the pizza was made with the same ingredients as a traditional pizza.
Pizza has been around for centuries, and some people have claimed to be the first.
Many pizza makers use pizza dough from local farms, but the Guinness Book of World Records says that most pizzas used are “super-frozen.”
A study conducted by the Guinness Archives says the oldest recorded pizza in the world dates back to 1330.
For years, it was a common practice to freeze pizzas in bulk.
That’s not the case anymore.
In the 1990s, a small pizza factory in Naples, Italy made a frozen version of Pizzotto.
The pizza was sold in grocery stores around the world, but there was no way to freeze it, because it was made in-house.
However, a man named Giuseppe Brescia, who is still living in Italy, had frozen pizzas frozen in a giant container and they were sold in frozen-food stores.
That made it possible to have a pizza that was just as good as the original, according to Guinness.
That’s what happened in 2000, when the world was still reeling from the Great Recession.
As part of the recovery, some people wanted to freeze pizza, and that prompted the Guinness Records to issue an official pizza certification, according, as well.
While the name Pizzotte has since become synonymous with pizza, other pizza-related terms have come and gone.
You can find a list of all the pizza-specific terms here.