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Tony Gemignani at Google on the Pizza Bible

Tony Gemignani at Google

Tony Gemignani at Google

This is an wonderful talk given by Tony Gemignani at Google on the The Pizza Bible: The World’s Favorite Pizza Styles, from Neapolitan, Deep-Dish, Wood-Fired, Sicilian, Calzones and Focaccia to New York, New Haven, Detroit, and more

According to Google:

A comprehensive guide to making pizza, covering nine different regional styles–including standards like Neapolitan, Roman, and Chicago, as well as renowned pizza sub-specialties like St. Louis and Californian–from chef, 11-time world Pizza Champion Tony Gemignani.

Everyone loves pizza! From fluffy Sicilian pan pizza to classic Neapolitan margherita with authentic charred edges, and from Chicago deep-dish to cracker-thin, the pizza spectrum is wide and wonderful, with something to suit every mood and occasion. And with so many fabulous types of pie, why commit to just one style? The Pizza Bible is a complete master class in making delicious, perfect, pizzeria-style pizza at home, with more than seventy-five recipes covering every style you know and love, as well as those you’ve yet to fall in love with. Pizzaiolo and eleven-time world pizza champion Tony Gemignani shares all his insider secrets for making amazing pizza inhome kitchens. With The Pizza Bible, you’ll learn the ins and outs of starters, making dough, assembly, toppings, and baking, how to rig your home oven to make pizza like the pros, and all the tips and tricks that elevate home pizza-making into a craft.
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“I got to travel around the world and make pizzas…: Tony G.

Here is a memorable account of Tony’s recent visit to Google. Simply outstanding!

 

Check out The Pizza bible, here.

Scott Wiener of Scott’s Pizza Tours is not only all about showing pizza fans, the best New York Pizza (yes there are a lot of them!), but he also has a very unique hobby. He collects pizza boxes. Unusual pizza boxes. Pizza Boxes that are works of art. Scott was recently honored by The Guinness Book of World Records as having the largest Pizza box Collections in the world!

Mark Bello, Pizza A Casa and Scott Wiener, Scott's Pizza Tours

Mark Bello, Pizza A Casa and Scott Wiener, Scott’s Pizza Tours at Pizz Expo

I have personally taken his pizza tour and I was totally blown away by his knowledge and enthusiasm for all things pizza. He showed us the exact spot where Genaro Lombardi opned the first pizzeria in the United States. He had us sample some freshly made mozzarella at a hidden gem of a place in New York’s Little Italy. Then he took us to the current location of Lombardi’s to sample some amazing pizza cooked in a coal fired oven. The tour was informative, educational and tons of fun! The guy loves his job. He loves sharing his pizza knowledge.

You learn about pizza by just being on the street with him. He oozes pizza passion. He has traveled the world sampling the pizza and sharing his journey. He is a walking encyclopedia about pizza. And on top of everything else, Scott is a great person. He is a fun loving pizza advocate. He is someone I really enjoy hanging out with.

Scott talks about his latest book: The Art of the Pizza Box. Scott runs pizza tours in New York city and has an obsession with pizza. He loves all things pizza and is a true pizza activist!

You can see more of Scott at this You Tube Video.

Mark Bello, Scott Wiener and Albert Grande  Pizza Expo

Mark Bello, Scott Wiener and Albert Grande at Pizza Expo

You can check out Scott’s book, here: Viva la Pizza!: The Art of the Pizza Box

 

Outline of the Pizza Journey to Date

The Pizza Bible

The Pizza Bible

Tom writes:

“I always admired the best pizza shops in the area.  I had heard there was good margin in it, and I marveled at the business they did, extrapolating the numbers and easily estimating profits over $200K, sometimes far more.  Benny’s Pizza in Marysville went ballistic about 10 years ago. Then it was Michael Angelo’s in Kenton that topped my favorites list for a while. I got a wood fired oven in the back yard a few years ago.

I’d serve pizzas after croquet parties and didn’t expect perfection.  It was a lot of fun and I got better over time.But then about a year ago I started getting more serious about perfecting things, talking to more shop owners, reading a lot on the web, always making two different doughs and comparing the results. And I caught a break this past summer  when a friend gave me a perfect sauce recipe that hit a home run.Then comes the The Pizza Bible  in October – shipped to my door unordered and unannounced.  The “master class” works out so beautifully.

doughballs

The precision.  The patience.  The feel.  The art.  Finally last week, my first shipment of diastatic malt powder from King Arthur arrived.  You see I cook in my 500F home convection oven in the winter, and needed a dough that would brown on schedule with the toppings.  I use two large 14 x 19 stones 1 1/2″ thick, preheated for two hours and the top one “broiled on” for 20 minutes before the pizza goes in.  Even before the malt Tony’s dough system was really paying off.  Now I am in a very good place, with almost every home guest telling me “that is the best pizza I have ever had.”

I have an idea for a high end shop, with a way to deliver pizzas with no loss of dough quality.  But I promised my friend Michael (Six Hundred Downtown) I wouldn’t go into business in his market. I think there is an even better market 30 – 40 miles to the east…
We’ll see what happens.

I have also started doing a little private function work – supplying dough and sauce for a minimum of 50 14″ pizzas – throwing in basic lessons on shaping, assembly, baking and finishing, and using a local church’s commercial kitchen.  Flying under the radar for now.

So that’s where I am.  51 years old, still feeling like I am near the beginning of my pizza journey and loving every bump and curve in the road.

The Pizza Bible   I guess you could call me a true believer.”

Tony Gemignani making pizzza

Tony Gemignani making pizzza

 

My response:

You are truly an inspiration to every wannbe pizza maker in the world (I include myself into that group.)

Thanks so much for sharing your journey and please keep sharing the rest of your journey with us!

The Pizza Bible: The World’s Favorite Pizza Styles, from Neapolitan, Deep-Dish, Wood-Fired, Sicilian, Calzones and Focaccia to New York, New Haven, Detroit, and more

The following interview with Liz Barrett, author of Pizza, A Slice of American History is revealing and timely. She explains how she was able to research her book and how she was able to find some of the incredible information contained in her new treatise on pizza. Liz also shares some great advice for anyone who wants to write their own book. Thanks, Liz for taking the time to speak with me.

Liz Barrett author of Pizza, A Slice of American History

Liz Barrett author of Pizza, A Slice of American History

How did you start researching the book?

Even though I’ve been writing about the pizza industry for seven years with PMQ Pizza Magazine, I was surprised at how much research went into writing Pizza: A Slice of American History. With PMQ, I mostly write about what’s happening now, along with some predictions for the future; for this book, it’s all about pizza’s history here in America, so I turned to all of my favorite pizza books, called up some pizza folks I know, and started scouring the Net for pizza information to help fill in blanks.

What was the reason you wanted to write the book?

I wanted to bring something different to the pizza book offerings that are currently available. My publisher and I had a long discussion before I started about the various topics I could discuss in the book that would make the book more unique. Because I came at it from the standpoint of a seasoned pizza journalist, I’m able to share lots of fun nuggets of information that readers can’t necessarily find in other books. I break down the history of each of the major pizza styles and then include a variety of additional snippets of information all throughout the book, like where to find the slices outside of the normal zone, how to make them at home, pizza trivia, and more.

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What were a couple of the out of this world pizzas that you sampled?

I didn’t necessarily sample pizzas for the book. I’ve been “sampling” hundreds of pizzas since 2007, both for PMQ and for my own personal enjoyment.

Do you make your own pizza?

Every once in a while my husband and I will make pizza, and it’s good, but it’s not something we do on a regular basis. I really prefer to support the pizza makers and enjoy the pizzeria experience.

Any pizza tips for the home pizza maker?

Page 49 of the book has a whole list of tips for the home pizza maker. My favorite is: If you’re using a pizza stone to cook your pizza, put the stone in the oven during the pre-heat phase; when you put your pizza on the hot stone, it will mimic a deck oven.

What was the most fun you had researching the book?

When it comes to research, I’m kind of a nerd. I actually had the most fun with the research itself—looking back through old records to find when an ingredient was mentioned, and checking patent dates to see when certain ovens were invented, etc. When I’m on a hot lead, I’ll stay up until 3 a.m. trying to find the answer.

How did you choose the mini interviews that were included in the book?

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The people I chose to interview are just a few of the people I’ve respected over the years for being innovative, entrepreneurial, industrious, or just being a great example of the term “pizza lover”. There’s never room for everyone you want to include, but I wanted to give readers a taste of some of the people that help to make the industry what it is today.

What was the big takeaway from writing your book? Did you come to any conclusions?

That’s a great question. I think what stood out to me the most was that the same ingredients and equipment that were being used decades ago in some of these regions are still being used today. Pizza makers are very dedicated to their craft and honoring its traditions. The same ovens are being used in New Haven, Connecticut; the same square steel pans are being used in Detroit; and the same Provel cheese is topping pizzas in St. Louis. With pizza, you don’t have to be overtly innovative to please people. Give them what they remember, what gives them that warm, fuzzy, comfortable feeling inside, and they’ll love you forever.

Chicago Deep Dish from Pizza

What advice would you give to someone who wanted to write a book like yours?

Clear your schedule. If you can write, you can write a book. But, you need to have the time for the research, phone calls, follow-ups, late nights, re-writes, deadlines, etc. I put all of my freelance writing on hold when I wrote this book because I knew there was no way I could do both at the same time. You have to focus on the book until it’s done, or you will never meet your deadline on time.

What’s next? Do you have any other books planned?

I recently spoke with someone who wanted to co-author a book with me in the business/marketing field, since I cover that topic a lot for PMQ and my blog, The Pizza Insider. For now, though, I’m focusing my efforts on getting the word out about Pizza, A Slice of American History and making sure that it ends up on the coffee table of every house and the counter of every pizzeria!

Order, your own copy right here: Pizza, A Slice of American History.

Correct Way to Eat A Chicago Deep Dish Pizza

Just to let you know….there is a correct way to eat a deep dish Chicago Pizza.

Kyle Olsen writes:

Many claim to know how to eat the scrumptious round dish of love we
call a Chicago deep dish pizza. The problem is; they often fail to
realize the proper Windy City etiquette and technique.

This is where Lou Malnati’s and
TastesofChicago.com come in. We’ve
worked together to develop a video that will once and for all show
everyone how to properly each a deep dish pizza like a true
Chicagoan.


How to Eat Pizza Like a Chicagoan

101 Best Pizzas in America from the Daily Meal

Daily Meal 101 Best Pizzas

Daily Meal 101 Best Pizzas

The Daily Meal took on the task of discovering who makes the Best Pizza in America. Certainly no easy mission. As has been discussed on these pages many times, people are passionate about pizza. You won’t find this kind of emotional fervor about sushi, Thai Food or French Cuisine. Certainly all those who enjoy food, have their favorites and if asked are willing to share opinions. But you are going to get very few arguments on the best spring rolls or steak. There may be disagreements, sure…but you will not many folks willing to fight to the death about doughnuts.

Pizza? Well, pizza is a food with a difference. Once you enter this arena of the “best pizza”, there is no turning back. The gauntlet is tossed. And the swords are drawn. (Verbal swords of course.)

Discussions about pizza are another matter altogether. There are few opinions on the planet that evoke as much emotion. Certainly sports teams come to mind. Super Bowls have become a National Pastime. Political debates can bring out the best and the worst of those involved. And discussion about religion…well let’s leave that one alone.

Pizza is in a showground all it’s own. Some argue New York is the home of the best pizza. If you’ve ever discussed pizza with natives of New Haven, the lines are are drawn in the sand. Don’t leave those from the West Coast out. Pizza fans from St. Louis and Detroit have their own favorites. And those from Old Forge, Pennsylvania would have you believe pizza was invented there. The tribes from Chicago have their own passions.

Pizza is a food that has been continually discussed, debated and argued. And that is the beauty of pizza. That is what makes pizza special, unique and wondrous. “Pizza is a magical little disk that makes things happen…” (And yes, I’m quoting myself here…)

 I was honored to be chosen to be a one of the Pizza Expert Panelists. I was very flattered and of course grateful to be part of this elite group. The list of pizzerias was extensive. The voting was totally subjective and asked for my complete biased opinion. This was my type of pizza panel.

Albert Grande, Pizza Ambassador

Albert Grande, Pizza Ambassador

I was in very good company as a number of my closest pizza pals were also voting on their choices for Best Pizza in America. The other panelists included John Arena, from  Metro Pizza, Mark Bello from Pizza A Casa (PizzaSchool.com),  Tony Muia, A Slice of Brooklyn Bus Tours, Cary & Lillian Steiner Passion-4-Pizza.com, and Scott Wiener Scott’s Pizza Tours, to name but a few.

Very good company indeed. These are pizza professional experts, whose opinion I greatly respect. An honorable bunch of pizza aficionados. There may have been other pizza experts who voted but they chose to remain anonymous. I guess the anonymous voters wanted to avoid a pizza controversy that is inevitable with such discussions!

Pepe's Calm Pie

Pepe’s Calm Pie

Here are the Top 10 Winners:

#10 Tony’s Pizza Napoletana, San Francisco (Margherita) (You can read more about Tony and his new book “The Pizza Bible,” below.

#9 Paulie Gee’s, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Regina)

#8 Totonno’s, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Margherita)

#7 Flour + Water, San Francisco, Calif. Margherita)

#6 Pizzeria Mozza, Los Angeles Calif. (Squash blossoms, Tomato, Burrata Mozzarella, Tomato Sauce)

#5 Sally’s Apizza, New Haven Conn. (Tomato Pie: Tomato Sauce, No Cheese)

#4 Roberta’s, Brooklyn N.Y. (Margherita)

#3 Pizzeria Bianco, Phoenix, AZ (Margherita: Tomato Sauce, Fresh Mozzarella, Basil)

#2 Di Fara, Brooklyn, N.Y. (Classic Round Pie: Mozzarella, Parmesan, Plum Tomato Sauce, Basil, Olive Oil, Sausage, Peppers, Mushroom, Onion)

And number 1 for the Second Year in a Row:

#1 Frank Pepe, New Haven, Conn. (White Clam: Clams, Grated Parmesan, Olive Oil, Garlic, Oregano)

You can find out the rest of the 101 Best Pizzas in America, here.

Pepe's Famous Clam Pizza

Pepe’s Famous Clam Pizza

My latest book:
The Pizza Therapy Pizza Book


 

 


Giulio Adriani is a master pizza maker. He shares his knowledge freely about how to create incredible pizza. He opened his pizza restaurant  Forcella in New York, to rave reviews. He featured an unusual version of pizza to New York: the fried pizza. This pizza was such a big hit, he opened two more pizzerias. In addition to his Park Avenue location he now has pizzerias in the Bowery and Williamsburg. He is an incredible pizza talent.

Albert Grande amd Guilio Adriani

Albert Grande amd Giulio Adriani

I was fortunate to catch Giulio at Pizza Expo. He was at the Caputo Flour Booth furiously making pizza. He has a strong connection to the other master pizzaioli, including Roberto Caporuscio of Don Antonio by Starita and Jonathan Goldmsith of Spaca Napoli. He shares some of his philosophy about pizza in the interview. Pizza is a universal food. Pizza is an easy going food. You can find a business man with a tie sitting next to a construction worker. It is truly a social food, that cuts across all cultural and economic fields.

Giulio says “Pizza is the only food you can find all over the world.” And this is true as anyone who travels can attest. He further states that pizza is totally a balanced food. Nutritionally it is very balanced between protein carbohydrates and fat. He also teaches individual classes at Forcella. He loves to share his knowledge about making pizza. You can discover more pizza secrets in the following interview.

 

” Pizza is a social food…” Giulio explains.

 

Guiliano Adriani and Mark Dym of Marco's Coal Fired

Giulio Adriani and Mark Dym of Marco’s Coal Fired

You can find a review of the Best Flour to make pizza at Pizza Therapy Flour Review and Recommendations.

The Pizza Trolley Is for Sale

The Pizza Trolley

The Pizza Trolley

I was recently contacted by Michael about The Pizza Trolley.
Michael purchased the trolley and retrofitted it to sell pizza. And it turned out beautiful!

Unfortunately, due to personal reasons, he needs to sell it…And once I saw this baby, I had a lot of questions myself….

Albert: Where did you purchase your mobile pizza oven?

Michael: We purchased the Trolley thru a trolley broker located in Colorado. The Trolley was used in a park in Arkansas for transporting their visitors. We had it shipped to us in FL. We are in construction, so we did the complete retrofit. I have attached an information sheet on all the work we have performed. Also, this link is to our drop box with photos of inside and out. 

Albert: What type of oven do you have? 

Michael: We have a Mugnaini 120 purchased directly from them.

Albert: What is your asking price for your mobile pizza oven? 

Michael: Asking $129,000, but will listen to reasonable offers. We have actual cost of slightly over $130,000 into it with all the work, equipment, etc.

Pizza Trolley Pizza Oven

Pizza Trolley Pizza Oven

Albert: You want me to put the word out that your pizza business is for sale?

 Michael: Certainly I would welcome that. We have not been in business long enough to establish strong Good Will for a business sale, but the reception we received in the short time we were in service is truly  a great sign. We were very proud that we offered personal sized, made to order pizzas of very high quality. With the speed with which the oven bakes, we were well ahead of any other food truck at truck festivals and events because we could service our customers much quicker. We use a 3 ½ oz ball, makes 7” pizza. Use 00 flour, San Marzano tomatoes, imported olive oil. We had not yet gotten to point of making our own mozzarella and burata but it was in our sights to do so.

Albert: Would you be willing to train the new owner? 

Michael: I would be happy to do so. And, I think a smart buyer would want that, unless they were to go to one of the very noted Masters of Pizza for training.

Albert: I also have a few tried and true suggestions, if you want to hear them…  

Michael: Absolutely I would be interested in hearing them. Trolley is way too costly to leave parked in garage. I need to find a happy owner.

Albert: Michael, one of the best ways to promote anything is through video.

I was so excited about the Pizza Trolley, I had to make a video.

If you are interested in the Pizza Trolley. you can contact Michael at:

The Pizza Trolley.

Here is More Information:

 FOOD TRUCK FOR SALE PIZZA TROLLEY

The Pizza Trolley

The Pizza Trolley is For Sale!

 

1991 Chance, authentic Old World Trolley for sale. Exterior veneer in varnished wood and brass
25’ Long; 10’6” High. 8’6’ Wide. 20,000 Pounds

Features:
1. Cummins diesel motor (5.9) 70,335 miles on odometer.

2. Custom built air conditioning system by Ocean Breeze, Stuart, FL. Thermostatically controlled
temperature with 3 independent fan motors.

3. Exhaust fan- MaxxAir with rain cover. Reversible fan for air intake or exhaust in work cabin.

4. Pizza oven- wood fired, Mugnaini 120 brick oven with Exhausto oven exhaust fan. Oven exterior
inside work cabin and exterior elevation are faux painted brick to replicate brick without the
added weight of actual brick. Oven baking floor is 48” x 52”.

5. Electrical- Power supply is by shore power when on board generator is not in operation, or via
on board generator. Shore power will operate all refrigeration. Generator operates all electrical
requirements of Trolley.

6. Generator- water cooled diesel powered 20 kW Kubota. Generator can be turned on and off
from inside Trolley. Generator is located on a slide out rack for service only. Maintaining the
generator inside the specialized, insulated compartment provides a much quieter operation and
more aesthetic appearance. Generator does not need to be exposed to exterior for operation.

7. Gray water- Trolley is equipped with a 30 gallon gray water holding tank with exterior “dump”
for gray (used) water. On board stainless steel hand sink and stainless steel 3-compartment sink
drain to this storage reservoir.

8. Fresh water- Trolley is equipped with a 25 gallon fresh water reservoir with easy fill exterior
connection. Hot water is generated via an Eemax electric tankless hot water heater.

9. Pizza prep table- 2-door stainless steel Alamo refrigerated pizza work station, 70” W x 31” D x
42” H. 16.85 cubic feet. 2 doors under counter refrigerated storage and 2-door lift up top
refrigerated work station.

10. Refrigeration (beverage) – Frigidaire Professional Series stainless steel 19 cubic foot
refrigerator.

11. Audio and Electrical
Fully wired with 110v receptacles inside to receive devices such as: TV, credit card
processor; portable cooking (steam table, micro, induction, charge I-pad, phone, etc.), sound
equipment. Exterior lighting is accent, 2 levels LED rope lighting at upper and lower fascia’s,
weatherproof outlets on service, rear, and driver sides of vehicle, and 2 exterior portable flood
lights on extension arms to illuminate service side of Trolley; accent lighting over exterior dome
of oven. Interior cabin lighting is LED puck lighting above work station, oven, and service
counter, giving a much softer and comfortable light than fluorescent lighting.
Audio- wired to permit portable exterior speakers to play music through I-pad or other
device, and customer paging or announcements. Music can also be played in work cabin as well.
Fully wired to permit adding TV to Trolley exterior for menu, sporting events, etc.

12. Rear camera- Trolley is equipped with rear view camera that operates to a separate monitor
whenever the motor is operating.

13. Air curtain on sliding service window

14. Air pump to maintain 120 PSI in the Trolley’s air brake and air ride system for balance and
stabilization of vehicle while on shore power parking

15. Custom vehicle identification and branding wrap

16. Ample shelving storage above work counters and below. Under counter cash drawer.
Under counter small utensil storage drawer.

17. Summary of work performed after our 2013 acquisition:
Interior of Trolley was completely gutted to bare frame. All suspension air bags were replaced.
Metal sub-floor and waterproof membrane was installed for protection from undercarriage
water intrusion. All 6 tires were replaced with new Toyos.

Both heavy duty batteries were replaced . The engine injection pump and alternator were completely rebuilt, and new injectors
were installed as a matter of routine maintenance.

Running lights have been replaced with LED lights. All upper window glass was removed and resealed to prevent water leaks. Care was taken
to preserve the old world integrity of the Trolley during its transformation to a food truck.

Build Your Own Wood Burning Pizza Oven

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You Can Build Your Very Own Wood Burning Pizza Oven And Make The Same Delicious Pizza As You’ll Find In Those Authentic Italian Restaurants All Over The World!

Check out Build Your Own Wood Burning Pizza Oven

 

How to Get into The Pizza Business Cheap!

Fire Within

Fire Within

Get Into The Pizza Business without a lot of capital…

Here’s Pete’s story.

Meet Pete.

Pete wants to open a pizza business, but he does not know where to start…
Pete wants dreams of making memorable pizza in his own pizza restaurant.
He realizes that this would take an investment of hundreds of thousands dollars…
Just to get started….

Pete is very sad…

Pete watches YouTube videos to cheer himself up and discovers:
A video by Pizza Therapy about The fire within…

The Fire Within makers of wood fired mobile pizza ovens.

The Fire Within offer all types and sizes of mobile wood fired pizza ovens that can be the answer to starting a pizza business.
They offer training workshops in making great pizza as well as offer complete business plans.
Pete is happy. He found the solution to starting a pizza business.

Pete signs up to attend one of their pizza making workshops and discovers a wonderful pizza community of pizza operators, just like himself…
Pete is able to not only able to learn to make great pizza but also he learns the pizza business from the inside out. In addition The Fire within folks even help him to find financing to get started with his own mobile pizza business.

If you are like Pete. And are interested in getting started in the Pizza Business, owning a portable wood fired pizza oven may be the answer.
For more information on getting started with your own mobile wood fired pizza oven business, contact The Fire With In.

That’s firewithin.com….
We also recommend: Growing Pizza: How to Plant the Seeds to a Successful Pizzeria

And make sure you check out: The Pizza Bible: The World’s Favorite Pizza Styles, from Neapolitan, Deep-Dish, Wood-Fired, Sicilian, Calzones and Focaccia to New York, New Haven, Detroit, and more by my friend, Tony Gemignani:

How to Get Into the Pizza Business

Have you ever thought about starting a pizza business?

If always wanted your own pizza operation where you can make the world a better place by making great pizza, read on.
Would you like to starts a pizza business where you could give pizza to people who wanted it?
Your potential pizza customers are craving incredible pizza cooked in a wood fired oven!
And you can deliver.
You could bring your pizza to Farmer’s Markets, football games, festivals, and special events.

The Fire Within is your answer.

The Fire Within offers mobile pizza ovens that can be the answer to starting a pizza business.
The Fire Within folks are more than just creators of all types of incredible portable pizza ovens. They offer training in making great pizza as well as offer complete business plans to get you started.

You can attend one of their pizza making workshops and learn the pizza business from the inside out. In addition they will even help you find financing to get you started with your own portable pizza oven.

If you ever thought about getting into the Pizza Business you need to check out:
The fire within, a pizza making community with true pizza passion.

Fire Within

Fire Within


Get started now, go to firewith.com

Discover your own passion and learn how you can start your own pizza business.
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