By Denise Greer
We’re changing up the test kitchen to bring you even more recipes and how-to videos. The Pizza Today crew have spent the past few days giving the test kitchen a deep clean it was due for. We’re also reorganizing its layout for better efficiencies during food shoot days and making use of the gorgeous natural light on the north side of our building for photos and videos.
Pizza Today’s test kitchen and in-house photography is something we pride ourselves on. We break down the recipes and make each dish in our commercial kitchen for each issue of Pizza Today.
We have the best photographers in the business, and they have the awards to prove it. You won’t find any stock images here. Josh Keown and Rick Daugherty shoot nearly everything you see in the pages of Pizza Today and on PizzaToday.com.
And now, we’re ready to be a game changer once again. You constantly elevate your pizza operation. We, at Pizza Today, are with you and are continually elevating our game to better serve the pizzeria industry.
We’re excited about what’s happening at Pizza Today and you will be, too. Stay tuned.
May 22, 2018 | Pizza Headlines
Game On! Caputo Cup at a Glance For the second year in a row, contestants will vie for the coveted Caputo Cup and the 2018 Pasta Showdown at the Pizza & Pasta Northeast (PPNE) show in Atlantic City this October. The Caputo Cup pizza challenge had been held independently before partnering with PPNE, owned and… Read More ›
May 21, 2018 | Videos
The Pizza Today team made the The Big Southwest Beef and Corn Pie with Pepper Jack Recipe by John Gutekanst in our test kitchen. The pizza features bechamel, a mix of fior di mozzarella and pepper jack, Southwest-seasoned beef, corn, cilantro and crushed tortilla chips. Get the recipe now. Watch a quick how-to video: Read More ›
Look for Signs that Event Planning May Go Awry Pizza festivals in U.S. and U.K. have experienced major issues in the past month. Whether it’s logistical problems or running out of pizza, some pizza-specific festivals just don’t deliver. Albuquerque’s Viva Pizza Fest failed to hit the mark of its anticipated 30+ pizza vendors, which caused… Read More ›