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Quick Profile on Jay Jerrier of Il Cane Rosso

[Photograph: canerosso.tumblr.com] Dallas-area pizzaiolo Jay Jerrier, co-owner of Dallas's Campania, gets some press for his mobile-pizza-oven operation, Il Cane Rosso on the Dallas Observer's food blog, City of Ate. You may already know Jerrier as canerosso here on Slice, so you won't be surprised that he's pretty damn opinionated about his preferred style of pizza—Neapolitan. [After the jump, where to find Il Cane Rosso.]... More

Grimaldi's in Dallas–Fort Worth Area

How's the new Grimaldi's in the Dallas–Fort Worth area stacking up to local coal-fired pizzeria Coal Vines? According to the blog Donna Cooks, pretty well. It should be noted that this Grimaldi's appears to be affiliated in name only with the one under the Brooklyn Bridge here in New York, the one in Hoboken, or the one on Long Island.... More

Coal Vines Slideshow

I forgot about this photo set, but earlier this year, our web developer here at Slice–Serious Eats HQ went on a trip to Dallas and visited Coal Vines, one of America's coal-oven pizzerias not in New York or New Haven. He brought back some pix, below: Doesn't look half bad, does it? Coal Vines Address: 2404 Cedar Springs Road, Dallas TX 75201 (map) Phone: 214-855-4999 Website: coalvines.com Notes: Second location at 1251 East Southlake Boulevard, Southlake TX 76092 (map); 817-310-0850... More

National Coal-Oven Pizzeria Map Now Posted

I've been workin' in the coal mine, digging up some more coal-oven pizzerias to bring you. Although New York City and New Haven, Connecticut, are two of the most famous coal-oven towns, did you know there are coal joints in Florida; Philly; Chicago; Des Moines, Iowa; Dallas; and Scottsdale, Arizona? They're all on the Slice National Coal-Oven Pizza Map.... More

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