MUNCHIES’ ‘The Pizza Show’ Explores Deep Dish & Tavern-Style Thin Crust in Chicago

Although pizza is a “great unifier” thanks to its near universal appeal, it can also get people’s blood boiling and lead to heated debates as to which city in the United States is serving it up “best.”

While Brooklyn is certainly in the running, you can’t have a legitimate pizza discussion without bringing up Chicago whose signature deep dish and supremely underrated thin crust versions certainly make it one of the great pizza cities in the entire world.

Watch as Host Frank Pinello takes the viewer along for a deep dish pizza lesson with Marc Malnati (of Lou Malnati’s fame), makes pizza with Rose at Vito & Nick’s, and takes a dance lesson with the owner’s of Freddy’s pizza.

For more Chicago culinary treats, check out our own exploration of some of the best dishes the Windy City has to offer.


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Here’s a Look at the Air Jordan 11 “Navy/Gum” Dropping This Weekend

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Jordan Brand is all about the color navy this summer. Days after unveiling the Air Jordan 1 in an OG “Metallic Navy” colorway, the brand has given us a closer look at the upcoming Air Jordan 11 Low in “Navy/Gum” dropping this weekend.

The sneaker showcases its rich navy color across a mesh upper, laces, eye stays and tongue. Leather is used for the inner lining and on the mudguard, with an additional touch on the heel tab. A white midsole unit supports the rich navy, which in turn transitions into a gum outsole. To finish things off, a tiny white Jumpan logo is present on the rear.

The Air Jordan 11 Low “Navy/Gum” launches this Saturday, June 4 at select retailers for $ 170.

In other Nike news, the brand just dropped a Metallic Gold Air Tech Challenge 3.


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