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Gennaro Lombardi

(19th-20th centuries)

Gennaro Lombardi served America's first pizza at his restaurant on Spring Street in New York City, either in 1895 or 1905.

 

 

WHO’S WHO IN THE WORLD OF FOOD

Who's Who: 'J - K - L'       Jackson, Dr. James C.       Jacobi, Dana       Johnson, Howard Deering       Johnson, Nancy       Jolly Green Giant       Kark, Chef Shellie       Katzen, Mollie       Keller, Thomas       Kellogg, Dr. John Harvey       Kellogg, William Keith       King, Franklin Hiram       Kinsey, Alfred Charles       Kitchiner, Dr. William       Kovacs, Ernie       Kraft, James L.       Krieger, Ellie       Kroc, Ray       Kumin, Chef Albert       La Varenne, Francois       Lancione, Fulvio       Lee, Sara       Leonard, Edward G.       Lilly, Chris       Lipton, Sir Thomas Johnston       Logan, Paul P.       Lombardi, Gennaro       Lyon, Nathan

 

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