Bread and Salt Bakery is a relatively new Brooklyn-based, Roman-style pizzeria. I had met its owner Rick Easton last spring when he was still searching for a place to bake. Then a mutual friend told me he had opened Bread and Salt in the Brooklyn geography known broadly as Crown Heights. Apparently, local hipsters (or aspirational realtors) now call his section of town "Berg'n." Whatever you call it, I hopped the train last weekend to check out his neighborhood and bakery, getting a chance to chat with Rick and chew my way through some fine samples of pizza di pala. Though his Roman-style pizza is not as well known as the typical New York Napoletano-style "slice," Rick is making remarkably tasty pies. Go try.