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SE: Deep Dish Pizza Wars: Chicago vs. New York

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Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) — One topic has united New Yorkers: Chicago deep dish pizza. Both the right, and the left refuse to recognize it as true pizza. Emmett Burke, Chicago native and founder of Soho’s new restaurant “Emmett’s” joins Carol Massar to defend Chicago style pizza on Bloomberg Television’s “Taking Stock.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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