Ryan Mangialardo, who founded St. Louis' Pi eatery, said he is excited to fly to Washington to prepare first-hand pizzas for Obama and his family, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch said Wednesday.
"What can you say?" Mangialardo, 27, said. "It's incredible."
U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., recalled that Obama tried Pi's pizza in October during his presidential campaign and instantly became a fan.
Now the president has scheduled a long-distance delivery of Pi pizzas for Friday and Mangialardo is salivating at the chance to use the White House's full-service commercial kitchen.
"From what it sounds like, it's the top of the line," Mangialardo told the Post-Dispatch. "They should have everything I need there to make the pizza happen."
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