The Spicy Spring from Prince Street Pizza, with its thick, olive oil–infused crust; spicy tomato sauce; mozzarella and Pecorino Romano cheese; and crisp-edged pepperoni, is an insanely good pizza with only one real problem: It doesn't exist anywhere else. No longer. Here's how to make that pizza anywhere in the world.
Leaving New York has meant losing good pizza in general, but in specific I've been cut off from one of the best slices on the East Coast: the Spicy Spring from Prince Street Pizza. This recipe is as close as I can get to the spicy, cheesy, crispy-pepperoni-topped Sicilian masterpiece without getting on a plane—it's not quite the same, but it's pretty darn good.