Peter’s Blog, January 6th, 2012, Good News!
Didn’t want you to wonder where we were but we’re still on holiday break. Today is Epiphany, the 12th Day of Christmas, and traditionally the day celebrated as the visitation and gifts of the Magi, the three wise men. We’ve kept our tree up and our Christmas lights on and now, in our neighborhood at least, we’re apparently the only ones left still celebrating Christmas. When our tree goes out to the curb on Monday it will probably be the only one not already picked up and turned into mulch. Too bad since twelve days is way better than one or two — it’s always nice to “keep the lights shining.” Regardless, we’ve been enjoying our break but look forward to resuming regular postings soon.
In the meantime, though, I wanted to share some good news with you. Sometime about mid-January the new issue of Better Homes and Gardens will hit the news stands and there’s a terrific article on pizza in it featuring, yes, me. Please spread the word — some excellent recipes and tips as well as great photos. I’m hoping it leads more folks back to us here at PQ, as the magazine has something like 3 million readers worldwide. It will technically be their February issue but it actually comes out around the 16th of January. Let us know what you think of it when you see it — you can comment right here in this section.
Okay, I’m off to savor the final few minutes of Epiphany. Hope you all had a peaceful, regenerative holiday break filled with, as our friend Albert Grande, at Pizza Therapy.com says, “Pizza on Earth….”
Recent Articles by Peter Reinhart
- Interview with Albert Grande of PizzaTherapy.com
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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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