The judges describe enjoying this contender like diving into an open-faced meatball sub sandwich. The thick, hearty crust is of the breadier variety, but supports the flavorful meaballs perfectly!
Close your eyes and you might not realize you’re biting into a slice of pie because our silver medal winner tastes so much like a cheeseburger! Our judges were surprised by how much they liked this nontraditional pizza, and how much those pickles really add to the taste.
Pizza Wars goes to what judges describe as a “fork and knifer.” With fresh, crisp veggies and a lot of girth, this colorful favorite won’t disappoint, especially when you’re trying to feed the whole family.
Have someone in your life who won’t stop texting but won’t make plans to actually meet up? He might be bread-crumbing you. Say what?! Dating now practically requires its own phrase book.
Five years ago, I became good friends with a gentleman in my beginner dance class. We had good dance chemistry, so we would go to multiple classes and open dance sessions each week. We weren’t “together,” but we’d check in and see if the other person was going and dance with each other frequently.
The most important lesson I’ve learned is that everyone interprets and demonstrates love differently. After I read “The Five Love Languages,” I was better able to recognize the importance of different love languages and also communicate how I perceive love.
It’s inscrutable, a mix of do-gooder charisma and an easy, honest charm for every single person he meets. No motive. No ego. The type of person who simply rolls up his sleeves and does what needs doing. Canton Chief of Police Bruce Lawver calls it “the real thing.” And that’s probably the best description of our 2018 Person of the Year, Officer LaMar Sharpe. The real thing.