All posts by: Mangia

If you’ve ever made pizza at home or gotten takeout that wasn’t quite sliced all the way through, then you already know that pizza cutters aren’t an unnecessary luxury; they’re required equipment. Reaching for a butter knife, or even one...
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Pasta and sauce go together. That’s the way it’s always been, but that’s also a very broad description. There are hundreds of kinds of pasta and many different sauces to go along with them. And since each pasta is shaped...
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If you didn’t know it, the Big Game is almost here, which means it is time to get the spread for your big party in championship form. That means putting together a menu that has something for everyone, so that...
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  • pizza and cocktails
We know that beer and pizza is quite the American pairing, which is why we did a post on it a while back. However, with so many unique pies out there and a world of cocktails to boot, there are...
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  • making pizza
Winter has set in hard and fast in the Red Bank area and one cure for the bitter cold of January is fresh pizza. Chances are you’ve got a little extra time on your hands with the short days and...
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  • making-pasta
It’s hard to imagine going to an Italian restaurant and not having a variety of pasta dishes available. Pasta is featured in many different ways at Mangia Brick Oven Pizza and just about every other Italian restaurant in the US...
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  • new-years-eve-party
It’s almost time to close the curtain on 2017 and for many people, that means ringing in the New Year with a big party. If you’re looking to cater your New Year’s Eve party, Mangia Brick Oven Pizza has you...
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  • gluten free pizza
When it comes to ordering gluten free pizza in Shrewsbury when you have Celiac disease or are gluten intolerant, you may have limited options. Of course we have you covered here at Mangia Brick Oven Pizza, but sometimes you want...
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  • making pizza
A pizza doesn’t require too many ingredients: dough, sauce, and cheese. Sure, you can add all kinds of toppings if you want, but the basics always stay the same. So why does a plain pizza taste so different from place...
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  • calzone-1
We’ve definitely covered the history of the pizza here at our Eatontown restaurant, but there’s another popular dish that got its start in Naples that is a close relative to the pizza pie—the calzone. This is a dish that doesn’t...
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