Okay, maybe that's a little harsh.
Still . . .
We doubt there's anybody driving a half-ton 4-wheel drive truck delivering pies today.
And so we're officially advising locals to warm up an oven baked pizza or possibly just make a sandwich until roads are better.
Meanwhile . . .
Here's a fun note about a local biz with an interesting pizza concept . . .
“On my business card, under my name, it says ‘The guy on the box,’” he says. “When I used to go give out samples in grocery stores, my picture was on the box and people would say, ‘Wait, are you the guy on the box?’ Some people would come back with a Sharpie and be like, ‘Can you sign my box?’”
That was a long time ago, when Jason Ransom was still growing his The Dish frozen pizza empire, which grew out of his restaurant of the same name in Liberty, off Highway 291. For seventeen years, Ransom and his wife ran that restaurant, which specialized in the Chicago-style deep-dish pies that are now his top seller.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
A local company that started delivering frozen pizzas by minivan now sells in grocery stores across 11 states
The Dish frozen pizza empire grew out of his restaurant of the same name in Liberty, off Highway 291. The Dish's pies are now made at an eight thousand-square-foot production facility in North Kansas City and available from Cheyenne to Albuquerque, in ten states across the west.