Neapolitan Pizza is the Original. The way Italians invented it 300 years ago.
Neapolitan Pizza tells the story of Naples.
During her summer vacation in Naples with the King, Queen Margherita was presented a pizza by a local pizzaiolo with tomato, fresh mozzarella, olive oil, and a touch of basil to represent the 3 colors of the new born Italian flag. She liked it so much that it was named in her honor. The classic Margherita was born.
“La Marinara”, Italian for “the fisherman’s wife”. Wives who used to prepare pizza for their husbands as they returned from fishing in the bay of Naples. Tomato, garlic, oregano and olive oil were the ingredients of choice to make the pizza stay fresh. The classic Marinara was born.
There has never been a more important time to support local businesses.
Most locally produced food is generated on a smaller scale and therefore better for the environment.
There are far-reaching advantages to deciding to “shop local.” By supporting local businesses, you are in turn supporting your local economy; significantly more money stays in a community when purchases are made at locally owned – rather than large international businesses.
The Parish strives to supply locals with as much local produce as possible in these difficult times and beyond.