Putting Wheels on a Pizzeria

According to spokesman.com, “Seth Carey soon will launch Spokane’s newest pizza business using a portable pizza trailer to serve customers at farmers markets and fairs.”

“Carey has signed on as Spokane’s Veraci Pizza chef, joining the Seattle company that started the idea five years ago. The Veraci trademark is thin-crust Neapolitan pizza baked on the spot using a hand-built clay oven burning nothing but apple wood. Carey, 29, hopes to bake his first pizzas the weekend of July 18 at the Perry Street market. Other markets on his regular circuit will be those in Liberty Lake, Coeur d’Alene and Cheney. Because of the Spokane downtown Farmers Market restriction to offer only fresh produce, Veraci’s mobile oven won’t set up shop there. Carey grew up in Western Washington and studied massage therapy at a Seattle school. Responding to an ad on Craigslist, he took a job with the Seattle couple who founded Veraci Pizza. Early this year Carey agreed to a deal that made him the independent owner covering the Spokane area.”