Detroit Style Pizza: A Doughtown History


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"Detroit Style Pizza: A Doughtown History" By Karen Dybis

With its airy crust, cheesy corners and distinctive red sauce on top, Detroit Style pizza is enjoyed worldwide. How did this Motor City delicacy transform from a singular kitchen in Detroit to an international sensation? Travel with author Karen Dybis through this pizza's humble origins, starting with Gus Guerra putting the first square pie in Buddy's oven to the International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas, where a pizza evangelist spreads the word about Detroit Style, through the waves of chefs who have put their spin on this unique pizza style.

With in-depth research and storytelling, Dybis takes you into the kitchens that developed, fought over and sought to perfect this delectable dish that put Detroit up there with New York, Chicago and New Haven when it comes to pizza.


Paperback: 144 Pages
Published by The History Press