Joe Fugere, owner of four-unit Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria, is one of only a few people in the United States able to recreate an authentic Neapolitan pizza. Trouble is, he doesn’t want to. Since the beginning for Seattle-based Tutta Bella, which he opened in 2004, Fugere has strived to create—not recreate—the true Neapolitan pizza, using only ingredients from Naples, Italy, and following the strict guidelines of Verace Pizza Napolitana, or VPN, one of Italy’s ...

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