Pizza night on the Stoney Acres Farm in Athens, Wis. John Ivanko/Courtesy of Stoney Acres Farm hide caption

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Family Farms Turn To Pizza For Fast Cash And Customers
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Chef James Rigato created his Cajun chicken pizza when he was just a teenager. Jacob Lewkow hide caption

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This Cajun Chicken Pizza Will Remind You Of Your Salad Days
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A stats board displayed at the Domino's flagship store in Grand Rapids, Mich. Emily Fox/Michigan Public Radio hide caption

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Domino's Becomes A Tech Company That Happens To Make Pizza
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At Moriah Pie in Norwood, Ohio, Erin and Robert Lockridge serve homemade pizza and diners pay what they can. Christopher Kuettner hide caption

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An Unlikely Friday Night Pizza Cafe Has A Big Heart
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Papa Murphy's is a chain that sells take-and-bake pizza. It built its name on low prices, and a willingness to accept food stamps. But now that may be in jeopardy. Nicholas Eckhart/Flickr hide caption

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Why Take-And-Bake Pizza Is Giving The Tax Guys A Headache
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Francesco Galante leads the Libera Terra, a cooperative of farmers and producers who create food and jobs outside of the Mafia's control. The Kitchen Sisters hide caption

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The Pizza Connection: Fighting The Mafia Through Food
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In this image taken from video and provided by New York City Hall, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio eats pizza with a fork at Goodfellas Pizza on Staten Island on Friday. AP hide caption

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An employee rides a motorcycle to deliver Domino's pizzas in New Delhi this past May. Domino's Pizza CEO J. Patrick Doyle says India is poised to become the chain's largest market outside the U.S., on the strength of a menu tailored to Indians' tastes. Anindito Mukherjee/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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