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The Pizza Kitchen – Chicago Stuffed Pizza

  In our latest Pizza Kitchen recipe video, PMQ's Brian Hernandez demonstrates how to make a Chicago Stuffed Pizza. Try out this Windy City signature recipe in your pizzeria or at home – it's easier than you might think! Watch the video above or just follow the recipe below: Ingredients: 20 oz. dough … More

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The Pizza Kitchen – Rosemary Sicilian Grandma Pie

  Leah Scurto of San Francisco-based Pizza My Heart won the 2018 U.S. Pizza Cup West Coast Trials with this unforgettable Rosemary Sicilian Grandma Pie. She shared her award-winning pizza recipe with PMQ Test Chef Brian Hernandez, and Brian shows you how to make it yourself in this video. … More

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Try Out These Pizza Recipes Dreamed Up by a Computer

  Pizza-making robots won’t be taking over restaurant kitchens anytime soon, but, thanks to researchers at MIT, pizza makers can collaborate on unusual recipes with an artificial-intelligence (AI) program called Strono. Strono is a recurrent neural network developed as part of the ridiculously cool How to Generate (Almost) Anything Project. … More

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The Pizza Kitchen – Greek Pizza

Like with any great pizza style, Greek pizza is all about the dough. As PMQ Test Chef Brian Hernandez explains, Greek pizza crusts, which are baked in a well-oiled, shallow pan, are crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside and feature a thicker sauce with a lot of … More

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The Pizza Kitchen – The Quack Attack

PMQ’s test chef Brian Hernandez is cooking up something “fowl” in the Pizza Kitchen—game fowl, to be exact. The award-winning Quack Attack pizza recipe, shared with us by Eric Von Hansen of Caliente’s Pizza & Draft House in Pittsburgh, features succulent boneless duck breast from Maple Leaf Farms and layers … More

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The Pizza Kitchen – The DeGrezia

  Need a new recipe for a great New York-style pizza with a blend of sweet and savory flavors? PMQ's Brian Hernandez turned to his good friend, Tom DeGrezia of Sophia Pizza Shoppe in the Big Apple, for this one-of-a-kind New York-style recipe loaded with taste and texture. Watch the video, try … More

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Precinct Pizza

  As a younger man working for a Domino’s Pizza store in the late 1980s, Rick Drury, owner of the two-location Precinct Pizza in Tampa, Florida, admits he was a “terrible employee” who thought he knew more about running a pizzeria than his bosses. Turns out he was right. … More

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The Pizza Kitchen – The Peach Pie

  Featured recently in PMQ’s Chef’s Corner, Laura Meyer of Tony's Pizza Napoletana first gained acclaim as one of Tony Gemignani’s key managers, but the San Francisco pizzaiola has since become one of the industry’s shining stars in her own right. She was the first woman and the first … More

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Scientists Try to Prove Why Wood-Burning Ovens are Best

  Does pizza naturally cook better in a certain type of oven? Was pizza always intended to be cooked in a wood-burning oven? This is precisely what a three physicists in Rome, Italy, are attempting to prove in their 10-page scientific abstract paper called "The Physics of baking good Pizza." After a conversation about … More

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Midwest U.S. Pizza Cup – Gluten-Free Results

    Pizza makers from all across the nation met and advanced the art of pizza in this U.S. Pizza Team sanctioned event, held at the North American Pizza and Culinary Academy outside Chicago, Illinois.  All were competing for the top prize of a premier membership in the U.S. … More

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California Dreamin’: How Golden State pizza chefs used fresh, local and seasonal ingredients to develop a pizza style that has spread across the country

      Think California, and certain stereotypes spring to mind: year-round sunshine, laid-back surfer dudes, health-conscious hippies, and a progressive approach to just about everything—including pizza. No surprise, then, that the state's focus on local, seasonal ingredients, quirky topping combos and artisan craftsmanship, once ahead of its time, has … More