Corvino maize dough comes from one of the oldest varieties of maize, the existence of which seems to have already been attested in 3,500 BC. The maize of the Maya culture, which originated in South America but in time reached the European continent. A variety that later disappeared from our cultivation because it was economically unprofitable. The name 'Corvino' derives precisely from its characteristics: a black pigment coats the seeds, which have a pointed shape reminiscent of a raven's beak. We at the pizzeria Gourmet Beato Te Milano have exhumed this ancient product that had fallen into oblivion, and we have done what we do best: we have turned it into a dough for our pizzas.