A century ago Sicilian immigrants came to Detroit with a recipe for sfinciuni, a square pizza made with leftover bread dough, cheese, tomato sauce and anchovies. Over the years that recipe has evolved into what is now known as Detroit-style square pizza. Nina Misuraca Ignaczak tells the story in this video produced for Feet in 2 Worlds.
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Food, Borders and Belonging explores food in Detroit from the perspective of immigrants and African-Americans. Inspired by the Feet in 2 Worlds Food Journalism Fellowship at WDET, this series of stories looks at the role food plays in the transformation of city neighborhoods and in defining identities.