It is in Philly and South Jersey but I’ve not seen the term anywhere else - basically it is a Sicilian but upside down and some notable but slight difference in crust thickness and texture
but come to think of it I don’t really see the term “Sicilian” pizza outside of the NY/NJ/PA Italian-American corridor
I am not sure the rest of the country is quite educated enough in the subtleties of Pizza to notice or care what makes Sicilian different than Tomato Pie different than Pizza and forget about the whole Connecticut “Apizza” loophole.
I have been craving some pizza now I think stir fry my have to wait and tonight may be time for some santucci’s upside down
Hidden Trenton.com just did a whole tomato pie competition. Only catch was that the places they visited had to be within 10 minutes of downtown Trenton. Well, the website does focus on all things Trenton. But that also meant that Papas and DeLorenzos in Robbinsville were not included, though Delorenzos in Hamilton and the branch of Papas in Risoldis Market were. Oddly enough, the overall winner was La Villa in Morrisville, Pa.