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 Casey's General Store pizza

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Ketteract

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  • Location: Middletown, CT
Casey's General Store pizza Tue, 01/29/13 9:44 AM (permalink)
If you're not a native Midwesterner and you find yourself out in that region, there are, in my opinion, two sources for pizza that are required for you to sample: Happy Joe's, and Casey's General Store.
 
Happy Joe's has been mentioned here before  but Casey's is rather less well-known.  It's certainly not the same tier as Happy Joe's... but it's remarkably good all the same, even more so considering where you obtain it: Casey's gas stations.  Higher quality ingredients than you might expect, especially the pork-based ones (they'd better be, considering Casey's is Iowa-based); the pizza itself is on the saltier side.
 
Here's one I got a few months ago while I was visiting Des Moines - half sausage, half Canadian bacon:
 

 
 
 
<message edited by Ketteract on Tue, 01/29/13 9:45 AM>
 
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