So we wander the barren landscape, searching, searching, searching. And get a sandwich at a local eatery? Even the undead have given up on that. But Cibo Urban Pizzaria Cafe in Central Phoenix has a gluten-free menu that will make you feel human again. See also: – DIY Gluten-Free Raspberry Salad Cibo can make any of its pizzas or sandwiches with gluten-free dough and bake it for you in its wood-fired oven. Yes. Fresh-baked. Not factory-made-reheated-dropped-on-your-plate-like-a-brick crust. But crispy-chewy-wood-fire-scented-hot-out-of-the-oven real pizza crust. This weekend, a friend and I dropped in for lunch and shared a Genova pizza, with mozzarella, homemade basil pesto, roasted potatoes, white onions, and grated parmigiano, for $13.50. The pesto-potato topping reminded me of pizza I ate on the street in Rome. I felt the spark of life returning to my zombie brain. Other choices include Margherita, with tomato sauce, mozzarella and fresh basil ($10.50); Diavola, with tomato sauce, mozzarella and spice salame ($13.50); Salsiccia, tomato sauce, mozzarella and Schreiner’s sausage ($13.50); Rustica, mozzarella topped with prosciutto crudo and arugula after the pizza is cooked ($14.50); and Di Notte, fontina, pecorino, gorgonzola, mozzarella and spicy salame ($14.50). You can add a fried egg, arugula, ricotta sausage or salame to any of them.