It's not that I'm an expert when it comes to making pizza or who has the best pizza, it all boils down to the fact that we all love pizza, including me.

Sometimes business owners get together and discuss possibilities by combining their knowledge and then they come up with something everyone will enjoy.

According to the Lansing State Journal, a year after opening Detroit Frankie's Wood Fired Brick Oven in a Delta Township strip mall, Frank Tignanelli is poised to bring his signature pizzas to Lansing and join a familiar collaborator.

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Here comes the good part, the Lansing State Journal tells us that Tignanelli plans to open a second eatery in a shared space with Good Truckin' Food, which is an offshoot of REO Town's Good Truckin' Diner.

The partnership between Tignanelli and Good Truckin' owner Nick Sinicropi will take shape in a 3,000 square foot building at 3135 S. Pennsylvania Ave., two miles south of Sinicropi's flagship restaurant. (Lansing State Journal)

Here's how the two owners will break everything down courtesy of the Lansing State Journal:

1.  Tignanelli's half of the business, which is Detroit Frankie's Pizza & Deli, will serve up Detroit style pizzas instead of the wood fired creations his other location is known for.  (LSJ)

2.  Good Truckin' Food will serve up a selection of the menu items customers are already familiar with from the diner.  (LSJ)

This whole story is making me hungry and I can hardly wait for everything to come together.  This will be a terrific move on both parts and I'm sure patrons will love it!

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