For three days in March, we at Canadian Pizza were fortunate to be embraced by some of the friendliest, savviest, most enthusiastic – OK, I’ll say it, most passionate – pizza industry people one could hope to meet.
Canadian Pizza is having a very big year.
Hello, all my fellow pizzaiolos! Let me say right off the oven, it’s GREAT to be back in this amazing business.
Another year has arrived, and along with it a flurry of trend reports taking a stab at what’s on tap for foodie culture in the days ahead.
Early food trends for 2014 seem to continue to point in the direction of consumers’ desire to eat more healthy foods, and to know where their food comes from.
The second-annual Canadian Pizza Show brought the industry together by welcoming more than 100 attendees and 38 exhibitors on Oct. 29.
Canadian Pizza set out to find pizzerias that are doing something unique in terms of their service and how they operate their business.
To say that pizza is a wallflower among foods is about as erroneous a description as one can come by.
Since the last recession began, business owners have been anticipating when the economy would jump back into gear.
October is National Pizza Month, a celebration with American roots that is also embraced in Canada.
A whopping 80,000 more tourists than usual trekked to Las Vegas in mid-March for March Madness, the NCAA basketball tournament, but inside the Las Vegas Convention Center, basketball was the last thing on everyone’s mind.
Pizza made mainstream news several times in 2012, with articles highlighting weird toppings, expensive pies and new forms of presentation.
There is a change happening in the pizza industry, a culinary evolution that is seeing an increased demand for authentic and regional-style pizzas. Grabbing a quick slice to satisfy a craving has morphed into friends lining up on a Saturday night to indulge in century-old dough recipes and gourmet toppings that are baked to perfection in a wood-fired oven. It doesn’t get much more authentic than this.
I often ask pizzeria owners, “What’s your biggest challenge at work?”
This edition features Pizza Pide, a Turkish pizzeria in the east end of Toronto.
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