That's amore

08/3/2009 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

Some people are so obsessed with a particular idea they seem practically fated to become entrepreneurs. That was the case with Jeff Varasano, a software company employee and pizza fanatic who once posted a 22,000-word recipe online and cut the safety lock off his oven to get it hot enough for a perfect crust. In March, after making almost 900 pizzas and destroying at least two ovens in his Atlanta home, he quit his day job and opened a pizzeria bearing his name.

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