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Veraci in Seattle: Skip the Restaurant, Hit the Carts

What started in 2004 as a small mobile oven nicknamed "Terracottababy" and rapidly expanded to include a brick-and-mortar restaurant and an empire of farmer's market carts, Veraci is a success story Seattleites love to call their own. Sadly, there is a definite discrepancy between the feverish hype surrounding Veraci and the actual product they're serving. More

Video: VendrTV Visits the Veraci Mobile Pizza Oven in Seattle's Pike Place Market

This week, Daniel Delaney of VendrTV visits the Veraci Pizza mobile wood-oven at Seattle's Pike Place Market. If you don't live in Seattle, you might remember Veraci from the post we did about it on Slice last June. Veraci got its start operating a small arsenal of mobile pizza ovens at farmers' markets in the Northwest (various locations in Seattle and Bend, Oregon). Two things about this are neat—the mobile oven inherently, and the fact that the pizzamakers attached to the ovens could take advantage of market-fresh produce and toppings. Anyway, 'nuff blabbin'. Watch the video, after the jump.... More

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