The latest pizza news to upset you? Apparently you've been holding it wrong your entire life.
Daniel Young, a pizza expert who studied under Naples pizza legend Enzo Coccia has said that holding a slice by the crust means all the toppings slide into a cheesy mess on the plate leaving you holding some disappointing tomato bread. He explains that instead you should eat it, "Folded twice upon itself like a wallet," because, "Neapolitan pizza was eaten on the street."
As everyone knows, there is no finer food glue than cheese and it has worked pretty well at staying on the slice for several decades, so origami seems a bridge too far.
Well, in the immortal words of Michael Gove, we've had enough of experts, especially where pizza is concerned.