In the St. Louis pizza debate, Andrew Mark Veetyonce preached about what he thinks ruined pizza in America: the cardboard pizza box.  Before the Church of Pizza fizzled out after but one pizza, it was a point he’d wanted to tackle.  His plan had been to consume a pizza in-house on each visit, but also order one to go to see how it held up when eaten the way most pizzas in America are consumed: delivered. It’s a good point, really.  Pizza by the pie–or slice–should be eaten in…Continue Reading “Florissant Gets Its Slice… of Mario’s Pizza That is.”