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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Domino’s

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Domino’s

Think you know America’s second-largest pizza chain?

For many of us, Domino’s Pizza was an essential part of our childhood. From being slightly confused by The Noid to counting down that 30-minute window in which they promised our pizza would be delivered, delivery pizza was synonymous with Domino’s. But even if no weekend is complete without a Domino’s delivery, we bet that there are plenty of things you didn’t know about this chain.

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Domino’s

For many of us, Domino’s Pizza was an essential part of our childhood. But even if no weekend is complete without a Domino’s delivery, we bet that there are plenty of things you didn’t know about this chain.

The Co-Founder Traded His Share for a Volkswagen Beetle

When James Monaghan decided to focus on being a mailman instead of a pizza entrepreneur, he traded his half of the business to Tom for an old Volkswagen Beetle that had been used to make deliveries. Tom Monaghan, now 78, sold Domino’s in 1998 to Bain Capital for an estimated $1 billion.

The 3 Dots in the Logo Represent the First 3 Stores

The original plan was to add one new dot to the logo for every store that opened, but that idea was quickly abandoned!

They Were Sued by Domino Sugar

Their names are certainly pretty similar. Domino Sugar owner Amstar sued Domino’s in 1975 for trademark infringement, but a judge ruled in favor of the pizza chain in 1980.

Their Menu Remained Virtually Unchanged From 1960 to 1989

When Tom Monaghan decided to expand, he removed sub sandwiches from the original menu, and the lineup of one pizza in two sizes, 11 topping options, and Coca-Cola stayed essentially unchanged right up to the late 1980s. The first new menu addition in decades happened in 1989, when deep-dish pizzas were added to the menu at a cost of $25 million.

They Once Offered Free Sandwiches to People Named Jared

In 2008, the chain rolled out four varieties of oven-baked sandwiches in an effort to compete with Subway. They made it pretty clear that pulling some market share away from Subway was the ultimate goal, even going so far as to offer free sandwiches to anyone with the same name as Subway’s former spokesman.

Vegan Domino’s Pizza Exists, but Only in Israel

Want vegan Domino’s? You’ll only find it in Israel. In December 2013, Domino’s locations there rolled out pizza with a vegan crust and a soy-based cheese substitute.

They Accidentally Gave Away 11,000 Free Pizzas in March 2009

In December 2008, the company was working on an idea to give away some free pizzas as a marketing initiative, but ended up dropping it entirely before launch. But in March 2009, somebody discovered that the promotion code, “Bailout,” hadn’t been de-activated, and shared it on the Internet. By the time Domino’s realized what was going on the damage had been done, and they were on the hook for 11,000 free pizzas.

They Dropped Their 30-Minute Guarantee After Too Many Car Accidents

In 1973, Domino’s guaranteed America that they’d have their pizza within 30 minutes of placing their order or they’d get it for free (by the mid-1980s, it was reduced to a three-dollar discount). In 1992, however, Domino’s was forced to pay $2.8 million to the family of a woman who had been killed by a Domino’s driver rushing to make a delivery, and after paying $15 million the following year to a woman injured by a delivery driver who ran a red light, the company dropped the guarantee entirely. Five countries still offer 30-minute delivery, however: Colombia, India, Vietnam, Mexico, and Turkey.

The Noid’s Decline Was Sad and Bizarre

Remember the Noid? The rabbit-eared cartoon character used in Domino’s commercials in the 1980s was meant to represent the frustrations of pizza delivery (you get “annoyed” – get it?), and it even got its own Nintendo game in 1990. The Noid met a sad end, however. In 1989 a mentally ill man named Kenneth Lamar Noid, who thought that the ad campaign was a personal attack, held two employees of an Atlanta Domino’s hostage for more than five hours. He surrendered without incident, but after he committed suicide in 1995 the campaign was ended once and for all.

The United Kingdom Is Domino’s Largest International Market

With more than 860 locations, the U.K. (made up of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) has more Domino’s outposts than any country aside from the United States. One out of every eight U.K. residents has the Domino’s mobile app, and 75 million pizzas were delivered there in 2014, according to The Telegraph.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


10 Things You Didn't Know About Curtis Stone

You likely saw him compete on Iron Chef America, perhaps made his recipe for his best-ever breakfast dish and surely watched him judge the finale battle on Rachael vs. Guy: Kids Cook-Off. And now, beginning tonight, you can catch Curtis Stone on the all-new series Kitchen Inferno ( airing tonight at 10|9c) as he oversees fiery battles between chefs in the ultimate game of risk and reward. Just in time for Kitchen Inferno's series premiere, Curtis stopped by Food Network's Facebook page to chat with his fans, answer their questions about the show and reveal little-know tidbits about himself. Read on below to see highlights from the chat and learn 10 facts about the Kitchen Inferno host, including his least-favorite food, his most-craved holiday treat and the go-to ingredients he keeps in the refrigerator.

1. Curtis' top pick for supper? "It would be something that reminds me of my childhood, like roast pork with cracklings," he says. "I still make it a lot at home."

2. His least-favorite food is licorice.

3. Curtis owns a tasting-menu-based restaurant in California. "My favorite food trend is the trend of tasting menus because I think it's a beautiful way to eat. You put yourself in the hands of the chefs and their ability to cook for you," he explains.

4. The most-difficult dish Curtis ever attempted to make was Saucisson en Brioche, a French specialty featuring "a particular sausage that's encased in brioche dough," he says. "Super complicated."

5. Curtis' favorite holiday is just around the corner it's Thanksgiving.

6. When it comes to everyday cooking at Curtis' house, he keeps it simple with lasagna. "It's my wife's favorite thing," he notes.

7. Curtis' holiday sweet treat of choice is apple pie.

8. Fresh produce, "nice cheeses" and "a good selection of pickles" are just a few of Curtis' must-have goods in his refrigerator.

9. "My favorite thing to cook is anything that comes out of the ocean," Curtis reveals.

10. Curtis is all about the stuffing during the Thanksgiving feast. "I'm a little stuffing obsessed. I think stuffing makes the Thanksgiving dinner," he says. "Fennel and Italian sausage is going to be this year's stuffing of choice."

Tune in to the series premiere of Kitchen Inferno tonight at 10|9c.


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