This Week in Pizza–April 20

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Pop diva Mariah Carey proved on Sunday that pizza and white, silky lingerie are all it takes to make the Internet’s collective head explode. In Italy for her “Sweet Sweet Fantasy” tour, Carey baked a pizza with her kids on a woodfired oven and posted the pictures on Instagram. The kids looked adorable, while Carey, clad in a sexy camisole and showing lots of leg, looked ready for a Victoria’s Secret shoot.

See more photos at PMQ.com.

 
 

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When it comes to dessert recipes, brand names resonate with customers. Use popular candies, cookies and spreads—such as Snickers, Oreos and Nutella—as ingredients in your post-meal sweets, and you just may hit upon that signature dessert you’ve always dreamed of.

Get 6 can’t-miss marketing tips for increasing dessert sales at PMQ.com.

 
 
 
 

Escalon: Above All, a Better Tomato

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“Fresh” is the keyword in pizza-making today, and no one understands that better than Escalon. Learn about the Escalon family of California tomatoes and tomato sauces—and start making your recipes with better, fresher ingredients today!

Watch a video about Escalon’s “passion for better” at PMQ.com.

 
 

Mission Accomplished: Jamie Culliton’s Pizza Dream Comes True

You win some, you lose some. The secret to success is what you do after you lose. Learn how world champion dough-spinner Jamie Culliton bounced back from two near-misses at the World Pizza Championship to prove he really is the best on the planet.

Go behind the scenes of Jamie’s historic win at Pizza Perspectives.

 

Punk-Rock Pizzeria Hosts “Girls Club” Pop-Up

Pizza Jerk, Portland, Oregon's so-called “punk-rock family pizza joint” will earn more points for eclecticism when it hosts a weekly pop-up called Girls Club. Featuring legendary chef Mika Paredes, the promo will feature “detail-oriented food.” Or, as Paredes says, “I make food like I listen to music: Analog, not digital. Records, not mp3s.”

Read all about the details of Girls Club at pmq.com.

 
 
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