A new National Geographic guide has been released to mark the 20th anniversary of Pizza Week, and a slew of new food, wine and beer offerings have been added to the mix.

“We know pizza is a big part of people’s lives,” said Bob Berdahl, senior food editor at National Geographic, in a press release.

“And we know it can be a great way to spend time together and celebrate with friends and family.

With these new additions, we’re looking forward to seeing how people respond to them.”

Here’s a look at some of the most exciting new additions to the Pizza Guide.

“Pizza Week” was first announced in April of 2014.

As the week went on, it quickly grew into a full-fledged event that brought together pizza lovers from around the world for a weekend of events, pizza parlors, live music and much more.

The first pizza-centric event was held at the National Zoo on March 25, and since then, the celebration has expanded into several other cities around the country.

There have also been numerous other pizza-related events around the globe.

In 2015, the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation announced that the city would be hosting its very own pizza-themed event on March 27.

The event, which is not officially sanctioned by the city, will see visitors eating pizza for free on the grounds of the city’s Grand Central Terminal.

New York also hosted its first Pizza Week event in 2016, with the city planning to host a similar event again in 2019.

The inaugural edition of the National Geographic Pizza Guide was released last month, and it has already been downloaded more than 25 million times on the National Park Service website.

It’s now available to download for $1.99 on the Parks and Reserves website. 

The Pizza Guide features over 400 new recipes from around 10 different countries, as well as several other specialties that were featured in previous editions of the guide.

Here’s what you’ll find: A full list of all the national parks and the national monuments that make up the National Parks Service in the US. 

A comprehensive list of the best and the worst pizza parmets in the country, according to the National Restaurant Association. 

An extensive list of local and regional pizza shops. 

More than 40 regional styles and styles of pizza. 

And, of course, a look inside the restaurant industry, with recipes from across the US, to showcase the variety and creativity in this food and beverage industry. 

New to the guide is a list of pizza-focused restaurants across the country from Chicago, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Seattle.

These are the places that will be serving the best pizza, and they will all be featured in the book. 

“This guide will be a treasure trove for anyone looking to eat and drink good pizza,” said Berdahls partner in the National Tourism and Food Marketing Association, Kevin Pate.

“The National Geographic team is always looking for new ways to celebrate and connect with our nation’s best pizza lovers, and we’re excited to add this one to the collection.” 

Read more about the new National Tourism & Food Marketing Administration guide: “We have to celebrate our country and celebrate the people, and there are only a handful of ways to do that,” said National Geographic Director of Public Affairs, Lisa Krieger.

“This guide is one of them.

It will bring together the best of the American spirit, while also giving people the opportunity to celebrate in their own unique way.” 

The new guide will debut in March 2019 and will be available for purchase for $3.99 at the Parks & Reserves site. 

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