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Wood-fired pizza makers Nick and Shelly Guantone share love for food

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Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 12:00 am

When Nick and Shelly Guantone lived in Clements, having a pizza delivered was not a common occurrence. Nick Guantone began cooking it on a barbecue and many began telling the two to open up a restaurant. The couple later acquired a wood-fired oven, and today they own and operate Guantonio's Wood Fired pizza.

They travel the area making wood-fired pizza for events and parties. With the help of their son, who is a chef, they make their own dough, sauces and mozzarella cheese to create an authentic Italian pizza.

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  • suzanne Fortino posted at 9:41 am on Wed, Feb 27, 2013.

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    My family and have been to Italy and they definitely create authentice italinan cusine. We have had the pleasure to be included in a private dinner party where her son Nicholas has created incredible meals that actually took us back and made u feel like we were in the "old country" Love their pizza and this family has an amazing way of making you feel comfortable both with memorable food and love of people!

     

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