Pizza is for everyone. With so many variations, it’s no wonder why pizza is one of the world’s most popular foods. Yet amidst the neapolitan, deep-dish, and sicilian varieties emerges a pizza of a lesser-known name: Detroit-style pizza.
Known for its hardiness and square shape, this pie is the everyman of pizza. Light and airy with savory browned cheese on the perimeter, Detroit-style pizza invites eaters to feast in come-as-you-are fashion – either with a fork and knife or by hand.
The pie’s unique rectangular shape is no accident. Baking it in a tall, wide industrial pan makes all the difference. That’s why this month’s pizza-themed CrateChef box comes with the eponymous pan. Now you can try this dense delicacy from the comfort of your own home.
Lloyd’s Detroit Style Pizza Pan is one of the best in the industry. It prevents pizza stickage and caramelizes cheese with ease. Beyond flavor, what pizzaiolos most treasure about this pan is its durability. Metal utensils won’t scratch it and the dish itself will never rust because of its heavy-duty anodized aluminum and PSTK finish. Mamma Mia.
We’re excited to feature world-famous pizzaiolo Tony Gemignani in our April/May CrateChef box. He’s taking pizza to new heights, literally, and we’re lucky to learn from him and cruise along for the ride.
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