If you're looking for a slice in New Hampshire, you can find a House of Pizza in just about every town in the state. These pies are pan baked, with a hard crust that works like a retaining wall for an even layer of sauce and cheese. This is Greek pizza. And if New Hampshire's got a signature 'za, this is it.
But why are all of these Greek pizza joints called "House of Pizza"? And how did Greek pizza come to corner the market in the Granite State?
Listener Matthew Jones asked us to get to the bottom of this doughy mystery for our "Only in New Hampshire" series, and asks, "Why is it so hard to find non-Greek pizza in N.H.?"
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