This Week in Pizza–April 27

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The competition for the world’s craziest pizza is heating up, literally, in South Korea. An Italian restaurant in Seoul recently made headlines with an extreme pizza called the Bomb, a basketball-sized dome of dough, either pink or black in color, that erupts into flames, only to reveal a steaming-hot, cheesy pie on the inside. As one Instagram wag put it, “Finally, we can enjoy pizza with the savory pleasure of molten ash!”

To get the full explosive experience, watch the video at PMQ.com.

 
 

Draw in the ladies with alternative beverages

Looking for alternative alcoholic beverages that will appeal to women? So-called “hard” ciders, teas and lemonades often spur more female interest than craft beers while delivering similar profit margins. They’re also food-friendly, pairing well with pizzas and other items on your menu.

Here’s how to re-energize your sales with these non-beer options at PMQ.com.

 
 

Pizza Consumption Jumps to Highest Level in Four Years

A new report from Technomic shows that Americans’ pizza consumption jumped in 2016, reaching its highest level since 2012. Americans on average now eat pizza four times a month, compared to 3.4 times a month in 2014. But today’s customers want something more than just the ordinary cheese and pepperoni pie.

Find out what consumers expect from pizza makers at PMQ.com.

 
 

Two Brothers Creates Specialty Pizza for
Hillary Clinton

As presidential candidate Hillary Clinton prepared to visit Dunmore, Pennsylvania, last Friday, Two Brothers Restaurant and Pizzeria developed a pizza in her honor. Called the Madam President, it features a key ingredient the former Secretary of State ought to love: hot sauce. 

Find out more about the Madam President at PMQ.com.

 
 
 
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