There's a lot in this story. Kinda like a....pizza roll.
Originally posted by AP via Yahoo! (news.yahoo.com)Jeno Paulucci, pizza roll architect, dies at 93 AP – 59 mins ago
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — Jeno Paulucci, a Minnesota business icon whose restaurant ventures included a company that popularized the finger food known as pizza rolls, has died. He was 93.
Dougherty Funeral Home in Duluth confirmed the death Thursday night to The Associated Press. Paulucci's daughter Cindy Paulucci Selton tells the Duluth News-Tribune (http://bit.ly/rW7fP3) he died Thursday morning at his home, just four days after his wife, Lois, passed away.
In 1944, Paulucci founded Duluth-based Chun King, which sold a line of canned Chinese food. He eventually sold that company to R.J. Reynolds Food Inc.
He'd become the first chairman of R.J. Reynolds Food Co. before establishing Jeno's Inc., which specialized in the finger-food snacks called pizza rolls. It grew to be Duluth's largest employer and was sold to Pillsbury in 1985.
I encourage you to click through to the Duluth News Tribune version of this story.
DO NOT use the Lauderdale/Miami busses. They are supposed to run on a fixed schedule, but they do not. They just show up whenever, and it's a bit of a crap shoot whether or not you'll actually get where you want to go.