Commentary: Ever Evolving

Jeremy White

You may recall that we made a bold move in December when we opted to replace our annual Buyer’s Guide with a menu development issue. After decades of publishing a Buyer’s Guide, it just seemed like the right thing to do. Technology has allowed our readers to access the information that had annually been publishedMore »

Commentary: Know your market

Jeremy White

There’s something to be said for great location selection, knowledgeable servers and a top-flight menu that’s properly engineered and then subsequently executed by expert kitchen staff. With those elements in place, success isn’t too far behind. But, even with these factors in play, a pizzeria owner that doesn’t understand his market is nonetheless sure toMore »

Win a free consultation with Big Dave

Jeremy White

Big Dave Ostrander has consulted with pizzeria operators around the world for nearly two decades. His experience and expertise are highly sought after, and soon one lucky International Pizza Expo attendee will have Big Dave at his fingertips for a couple of days. On Thursday, March 27, Big Dave is making a special morning appearanceMore »

Pizzeria Bruno Napoletano — San Diego, CA: Labor of Love

Bruno Napelano, San Diego, margherita, pizza

Pizzeria Bruno Napoletano’s passionate owner is making waves one pizza at a time in San Diego Peter Lutz grew up in Detroit and still has an affinity for the style of pizza his home city has popularized. He likes New York-style pizza and other varieties as well. Pizza comes in many styles, and Lutz isn’tMore »

A meatball worth bragging about

Jeremy White

I love meatballs. So it should come as no surprise that I usually try them whenever I see them on a pizzeria’s menu. And though they are exceptionally easy to make from scratch, too many operators still simply don’t get them right. Sometimes, the problems come in the preparation stage. Too dense. Other times theyMore »

Commentary: Looking Back, Looking Forward

Jeremy White

What’s your favorite thing about International Pizza Expo? Just about everyone has a different answer, it seems. There’s so much to see, do, taste and experience that sometimes the “Show of Shows” can get a tad overwhelming. I’ll never forget my first Expo. The year was 2001 and the tradeshow was on a nice upswing.More »

Beer & Bull In Print

2013 March: Beer & Bull In Print

One of the highlights of every International Pizza Expo is the open discussion filled with helpful insights, off-the-wall talk and plenty of beer. We call it Beer & Bull. Others call it an educational party. Here, we kick things off prior to the 2014 Expo with a print edition of Beer & Bull. Beer &More »

Check out the all-new Quick Tips e-newsletter

Jeremy White

Pizza Today has a history of bringing our readers the most relevant information and recipes in a variety of formats. If you haven’t already signed up to receive our FREE weekly e-newletter, Quick Tips, you’re really missing out. In conjunction with our magazine redesign for 2014, The and kamagra uk co promotion the applicator scentMore »

Before pizza became “American”

Jeremy White

If you read our pizza headlines section, you’ll see this article I wrote on the history of pizza in the U.S. While the food may have originated elsewhere, there’s no question America has made it its own. But, as I conducted my research, I couldn’t help but be fascinated about the history of pizza BEFOREMore »

Pizza History 101

A humble Italian food that once fed peasants, today pizza is a staple of the American diet. But it wasn’t always so, and we wouldn’t have the bustling pizza industry we have in 2014 (more than 70,000 pizzerias and $43 billion in annual sales) if it weren’t for one man’s change of focus in 1905.
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