Peter’s Blog, Jan. 17, 2012
Just received a call from a friend of mine from Syracuse who said she received her latest copy of Better Homes & Gardens and saw the pizza article about me. I think it hit the news stands today. I don’t know when it will go digital but I just taped a narration voice-over for a short video on how to shape a pizza dough, which should show up on their web site at some point soon. I’ll let you know when it goes live and we’ll post a link to it here when it does. It’s short and sweet (about a minute and a half long), but it was fun to sit in front of an iMovie console and tape a narrative over the video stream. It was the first time I’ve ever done that and I can see how easily it could become a habit. If any of you discover that the video is live before I do please let me know by writing to me here in the Comments section.
Also, I wanted to remind those of you who have been writing to ask about where and when I’ll be teaching around the country in the near future, that I’m just starting to schedule a new tour for late summer and fall, 2012. The new book I’ve been working on is almost finished and when it is I’ll have more opportunities to get back on the road, so as soon as I have the new dates I’ll post them here. For those who live in Little Rock, however, I will be doing a demo next week at the Professional Association of Innkeepers International Conference at The Peabody Hotel. Of course, the demo is limited only to attendees at the conference, but if you want to meet up for a drink or a cup of coffee, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll be arriving late Tuesday night and my demo is Wed. afternoon but I’ll be free afterwards so who knows what kind of questing we can get into. Is there any killer pizza in Little Rock? Time to find out!!
One final note: our friend Paisley McCaffery’s mom, Sheila, has a really fun blog in which she shares the menus and anecdotes from her A-list dinner parties over the past thirty or so years (maybe even longer — she seems to have known just about everyone worth knowing). In her most recent post she fired up a few pizzas, recounted some memories, and gave Pizza Quest a shout out. So, check out her blog at: http://entertainingaddict.blogspot.com/ and let her know we sent you. All I can say is that I want to get invited to one of Sheila’s parties. She doesn’t go on quests, the quests come to her — you go girl!!
More coming this week, so keep checking back. And may your pizzas all be perfect!!
Recent Articles by Peter Reinhart
- Pizza Talk: The Yodi’s and “The Old New York Pizza”
- Pizza Talk: Meatball Parm Sandwich with Dan Richer
- Pizza Talk: Nicky Giusto, Our First Flour Miller Yoda
- Pizza Talk: John Gutekanst, The Pizza Goon Renaissance Man!
- Pizza Box of the Week with Scott Wiener, #9: Square Pie Box
- Pizza Talk: Andris Lagsdin and The Baking Steel
Pizza Quest Info
Pizza Quest is a site dedicated to the exploration of artisanship in all forms, wherever we find it, but especially through the literal and metaphorical image of pizza. As we share our own quest for the perfect pizza we invite all of you to join us and share your journeys too. We have discovered that you never know what engaging roads and side paths will reveal themselves on this quest, but we do know that there are many kindred spirits out there, passionate artisans, doing all sorts of amazing things. These are the stories we want to discover, and we invite you to jump on the proverbial bus and join us on this, our never ending pizza quest.
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