May 18, 2016 | How the Detroit square pizza was born | Detroit Metro Times

The lore surrounding the uniquely Detroit square deep dish is about as ubiquitous to the city’s food culture as that of the Coney. We love to debate over who does it best, what constitutes the real thing, and have found plenty of variations ­— from the intriguing Bangla style on the Hamtramck/Detroit border to the national chains that have brought those crispy, cheesy corners to the masses. Question is, where did it all begin, and how could something as simple as an otherwise ordinary bar food transcend into the cultural phenomenon we know today — not just here but, in many respects, across the country? | Read more here.

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