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Bellefontaine, Ohio: If you don’t pronounce it “Bell-Fountain,” you have already outed yourself as a tourist. Home of America’s shortest street, McKinley Street (only 20 feet long), and Campbell Hill, the highest point in Ohio, Bellefontaine holds some impressive records. So does Brittany Saxton, the owner of Six Hundred … More
Atlanta is known as the home of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park, Coca-Cola’s headquarters, the Falcons and the Braves, and The Walking Dead TV series. This beautiful Southern peach of a city comes with a lot of character in both its citizens and lingo. Terms like … More
The term “French Quarter” usually conjures up images of New Orleans, Bourbon Street and Cajun food. Most of us don’t realize that there is a French Quarter in Alabama as well. And, nestled in the picturesque little town of Fairhope, also lies one of America’s hidden gems. Among a … More
(To get more information about consulting for Detroit style from Detroit Style Pizza Co. and business distribution, please visit www.detroitstylepizza.com. For information about the restaurant visit www.detroitstyelpizza.co. For consumer pizza distribution visit www.Goldbelly.com/detroit-pizza-company and check out DSPCTV on YouTube.) Brian: Hello and welcome to the Chef’s Corner, I’m your … More
Detroit is an industrious city famous for music and cars. However, some still don’t realize that it is also famous for pizza. Detroit-style pizza is a unique style of pie denoted by its thick and airy crust, signature rectangular shape, and caramelized cheese surrounding the edges, cooked in a … More
When people think of California, a few things naturally come to mind—sun, surf and sand. But there is more to the Golden State than beaches and movie stars. From San Diego to San Francisco, California is home to some of the best pizzerias and pizza makers on the West … More
Brian: Hello! I am here with the tremendously talented Leah Scurto of the U.S. Pizza Team and recently Pizza My Heart in the San Francisco Bay Area. Thank you for joining me in the Chef’s Corner, Leah. Leah: I’m glad to be here. Brian: So, I hear … More