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Food For Thought 11.10

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - We have a heaping helping of perfection this week! Dion's Pizza at 905 University, Domino's Pizza at 1708 Parkway Drive, The Lantern Tavern at 3502 Slide, Rosa's at 4407 4th Street, all had perfect scores.

"We do make the best pizza in Texas so we're pretty proud of that" General Manager of West Crust Pizza at 6012 82nd, Victor Vankraayenburg says. "A good consistent product starts with cleanliness so we just try to keep it clean. Health codes are pretty cut and dry, we mostly just follow directions" Vankraayenburg says. This repeat top performer also serves up gluten free pizzas. "We prepare all our ingredients in house every day. It's just really fresh and good, that's pretty much what we stand for" Vankraayenburg says.

 

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