The skinny on Domino’s thin-crust

It's a favorite of the South's best chefs

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It’s late. Or at least, it feels late to Raleigh restaurateur Ashley Christensen after being on her feet all day. She hasn’t eaten, not properly, except maybe “something fast and light” that morning. There’s no time when she’s working a food festival or opulent benefit dinner.

In those high-energy environments, the decorated chef tastes food all day, but only to make sure it’s cooked correctly. Running on adrenaline, it’s not until the event ends and engorged guests have stumbled away that it hits her—she should order Domino’s.


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