Remember when camp was for kids? Welcome to Pizza Camp, a weekend journey of pizza awareness in Northeast Minneapolis that includes pizza nicknames, personal pizza making, pizza-themed BINGO, an homage to portly actor (think Paul Blart: Mall Cop) Kevin James and yes, lots of beer. Pastemagazine.com says the camp, conducted at Brahaus Brew Labs and co-directed by Paige Guggemos, founder of the Minneapolis Pizza Club, is promoted as a “not-for-profit overnight camp for pizza-loving adults.” When Chicago freelance writerErin Nederbo arrived for camp, she was greeted by a balloon shaped like a pizza and a manila envelope filled with pizza swag.
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PMQ and SOFO Foods are pleased to present an Online Ordering Fair October 4 at the SOFO Distributor Show at the Cobb Galleria Center in Atlanta. PMQ.com will be livestreaming presentations by five of the top companies in the online ordering universe. Don’t miss this outstanding opportunity to learn and meet leaders in the technology that is revolutionizing pizzeria marketing!
Sofo Foods is a family owned Italian food distributor headquartered in Toledo, Ohio. The company has been in business for over 60 years and is currently supplying customers in 18 states from 4 distribution facilities.
Pizza TV: Pizza and Coffee Perking in Maine
PMQ’s Pizza TV spotlight shines on Anthony's Food Shop, a versatile pizzeria in York, Maine. See how owner/operator Mark Graziano balances a convenience store, pizzeria, coffee shop, gas station and full-scale bakery all in one location.
"Say it ain't so" is a quote that's meaningful to baseball fans and now pizza fans of a famous South Side Chicago pizzeria. Sanfratello's Pizza is among the originators of Chicago's other pizza—thin-crust, square-cut tavern style. The popular pizzeria recently recalled the anniversary of a youngster's pleadingtobaseball star Shoeless Joe Jackson outside a Chicago courthouse on September 28, 1920. Jackson admitted to throwingWorld Series games that fall in the Black Sox scandal, resulting in the lifetime .356 hitter being banned from the game. To commemorate the cry heard round the baseball world, Sanfratello's, on Sept. 28,offeredalarge pizza topped with black olives in the shape of ablack sock at its Highland, Indiana, location.