Where Calgary - - DINING -

There are a lot of jokes about how there’s no such thing as a bad pizza. But a medi­ocre slice of pizza pie is no laugh­ing mat­ter and with op­tions like the Hutch from With­out Pa­pers Pizza, there’s no need to set­tle for any­thing less than fan­tas­tic. It starts with a hand-stretched crust and a swirl of sauce, as all good piz­zas do. Then comes the kick of spice from cal­abrese salami, tra­di­tion­ally spiked with crushed chilies. Next, a layer of Genoa salami for even more meaty good­ness. Bell pep­pers cooked into a peper­onata add a sweet con­trast against the heat, while req­ui­site moz­zarella brings a creami­ness to the en­tire cre­ation. The thin crust, cooked to bub­bling per­fec­tion in the red pizza oven that serves as an open kitchen fo­cal point, holds up to all the top­pings. If you think spice is nice, this pizza is all you’re look­ing for

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