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Some dishes just aren't the same once you cross state lines. But Goldbely, a Y Combinator company, wants to bring the best faraway foods to your door.
You might wonder how a pizza delivered cross-country could survive — most dishes are packed in dry ice and instructions on heating and serving are included with the listing.
What makes Goldbely appealing is how it takes everyday, accessible foods from one locale and makes them a centerpiece of celebration somewhere else. Even though most prices are reasonable, you probably don't think to order a Pioneer Pie for yourself — it traveled the distance and now it's something to share at a party or give as a gift.
Read more at: http://mashable.com/2013/04/02/goldbely/