meals on wheels
by Anna Balkrishna
Photo: Alex Lopez
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It's not hard to find pizza on the streets of New York. But the Papa Perrone's truck in Midtown doesn't bother with floppy grease triangles. Here, you'll find tangy-sauced grandma-style squares or the Papa Perrone's version of pizza rustica: thick, eggy pie wedges studded with pepperoni and artichokes. However, the jovial, bald-pated John Paul Perrone is really famous for his rice balls, which he makes from a family recipe. These fluffy, softball-size rounds come slathered in marinara sauce and stuffed with such fillings as spinach and cheese or meat, cheese and peas. In other words, your diet is over.
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