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Chain Reaction: Little Caesar's Deep!Deep! Dish Pizza

Dennis Lee 37 comments

Someone in a boardroom a while back decided it would be a great, no, an amazing idea to create an item that would take critical market share away from the competition. And thus the Little Caesar's Deep!Deep! Dish Pizza was born. More

Little Caesars Announces New DEEP!DEEP! Dish Pizza

Niki Achitoff-Gray 26 comments

Great big news today, as Little Caesars announces the release of its latest pizza creation, the DEEP!DEEP! Dish Detroit-style Pizza. Even better, the new pie is actually two pies, because "four corners of perfection weren't enough." More

Via 313: Great Detroit-Style Pizza in Austin, Texas

Meredith Bethune 14 comments

A late-night food truck serving pizza on Austin's East 6th Street bar strip sounds like a perfect combination—almost like pepperoni and melted cheese. But Detroit-style pizza? Most Austinites aren't familiar with it, including me. More

Hazel Park, Michigan: A Taste of Detroit at Loui's

Maggie Hoffman 10 comments

It's unofficially Michigan Day on SE pizza site Slice. First Buddy's, now Loui's. The pizza at this Hazel Park, Michigan, joint is hefty and rectangular, meant to get you through a frigid winter evening like a giant pan of lasagna would. More

Livonia, Michigan: Great Detroit-Style Pizza at Buddy's

Adam Kuban 16 comments

The chewy, caramelized cheese where the slice touches the edge of the pan has a texture somewhere between crunchy and just short of beef jerky. If you could top the entire pie with that, it would either be heaven or the worst kind of overkill. I don't know which, but I wouldn't mind finding out. More

Buddy's Deep-Dish Pizza in Detroit: Better Than NYC Pizza?

Adam Kuban 3 comments

This is rare: a New Yorker who travels somewhere outside NYC, eats pizza, and claims it superior to Big Apple pies. Who knew a Gothamite could admit such things?! ;) In this case, it's Buddy's, with its Detroit deep-dish pizza: So what makes Buddy's so great? As my dad likes to say, it all begins with a well-seasoned and greased blue steel pan. The dough rises in the pan, before brick cheese and then sauce is added. Different toppings find their way to different layers of the pizza. Brick cheese is also an important part of the whole equation.... More

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