Best thing I ate: The world’s best Hawaiian pizza

Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • November 14, 2018
Every restaurant eventually comes to the realization that there are some dishes they simply cannot remove from the menu. Chefs like to keep things fresh, and in order to make room for something new, they must take something away. Several months...
The full article can be read on the Orange County Register website.

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