Pizza Talk, Season One has ended and we’re going on a short hiatus
Wow, I can’t believe how many amazing people I got to spend time with over Zoom these past few months, and how much I learned! Pizza Talk was a spur of the moment idea, inspired by the pandemic and it’s disruption in our sense of community. We just wanted to contribute to keeping us all connected during this crazy time in history and the conversations I had with some of the great luminaries in the pizza and the artisan community was a gift and blessing for me and, I hope, a bridge for you and all of our viewers. The sense of kinship we feel with you amidst our mutual struggles (and victories) is empowering and nurturing and all of here at Pizza Quest are honored to be a part of this growing community.
We’re going to take a short break while we re-load our vault with all new Pizza Talk interviews. I’ll be back soon with updates on that, but look for a new season beginning in January. In the meantime, sign up for our mailing list, if you haven’t already, at this link: https://mailchi.mp/d094363dfa5e/9f7tairzgv
We’ll continue to post new material throughout December, such as recipes and, of course, Scott Wiener’s weekly “Pizza Box of the Week,” every Saturday, so keep checking back. In the meantime, have a wonderful Thanksgiving and a joyous holiday season!
And may your pizzas all be perfect!
Recent Articles by Peter Reinhart
- Pizza Talk, Season Two, Episode 12: The Cheese Dude Returns!
- Pizza Talk, Season Two, Episode 11: Nathan Myhrvold and Modernist Pizza
- Pizza Talk, Episode 10: Is Buckwheat the Next New Thing? A Conversation with Karen Getz, of Maine Crisp
- Pizza Talk, Season 2, Episode 9: Ken Forkish and The Elements of Pizza
- Pizza Quest, Season Two, Episode 8: The King of Fire, Siler Chapman
- Pizza Talk Season Two, Episode 7: Meet Mark Todd, the Cheese Dude
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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