# Create the 'perfect' pizza through this mathematical formula

#### Scorpus

##### TechSpot Staff
Staff member
What do you do if you're a mathematician with a love of pizza? You create an equation that describes the perfect pizza, of course! Eugenia Cheng of the University of Sheffield in the UK did such a thing, coming up...

#### Renrew

##### TS Enthusiast
Finally, a Techspot article I can sink my teeth into.(groan)

tehbanz

#### MattS

##### TS Evangelist
TechSpot Elite
Meanwhile my brain still cant function 1+1 well just kidding though I get stuck in determinant matrices at school and these guys discover and use all these formulas... sometimes I think that im just a needle in a haystack in this world which will never get noticed :S on the bright side gimmie a perfect pizza im hungry

#### Skidmarksdeluxe

##### TS Evangelist
Damn. It took me half an hour just to convert imperial to metric. By time I've worked out the perfect pizza I would've already starved to death.

#### tipstir

You go to Bay Ridge Brooklyn, NY to find the perfect Pizza at Grandma's Original Pizzeria.

#### Skidmarksdeluxe

##### TS Evangelist
You go to Bay Ridge Brooklyn, NY to find the perfect Pizza at Grandma's Original Pizzeria.
Thanks for the heads up, I'll take a walk there and give it a bash seeing I'm only 8000 mi/12900 Km from it.

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#### Guest

Uuuummmm....... Sorry to say, but the perfect pizza is already in my stomach!

dikbozo

#### captaincranky

Tell Mr. Cheung his 15 minutes of fame are over. And he should put some cheese, tomato sauce, and peperoni on this:

And we wish him, "bon appetite"......

#### tonylukac

##### TS Evangelist
Have the recipe to one of the greatest Chicago pizzas, Uno/Due, and have baked it, of which Numero Uno pizzeria (nationwide) is a variation. The noticeable ingredient is cornmeal in the crust. Got it from Julia Child on pbs.

#### dikbozo

##### TS Booster
The true beauty of pizza lies in its near infinite variability. Each and every element can be customized and tweaked to consumer's taste. Add in the idea of a half and half and the permutations reach beyond mere mortal comprehension.

I have been on the long journey to find a 'perfect' pizza since my first taste back in 1970. So far, no luck. The journey continues.