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4:OO - 5:OO /// Food Talk with Mike Colameco
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This week on Pizza Party, host Talia Ralph welcomes the duo behind Pizza a Casa Pizza School: Mark and Jenny Bello. Pizza a Casa Pizza School, simply translated from Italian, "pizza a casa” means "pizza at home," but as Talia shows in her opening clip of a recent blind date at Pizza a Casa Pizza School, it's so much more than that! It's a social happening that brings people closer together, united in the love of creating and sharing good food. The school attracts pizza lovers from around the globe, all of them seeking the secrets of pizza-making perfection — no pizzeria oven required. The proof is unbelievable pizzas that students create (and devour!) in the totally hands-on classroom, equipped entirely with home ovens. Talking to Mark and Jennifer about how they met, how they began making homemade pizzas, and how they became inspired to open their own pizza school, the duo share some of the best topping combinations that they have seen throughout their school's tenure. Need a unique gift for upcoming holidays? Why not check out a class at Pizza a Casa Pizza School? This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

"When I hit Chicago in the early 90s, my pizza options were deep dish and a lot of chain places, so I started making my own pizza for fun." [8:49]

--Mark Bello on Pizza Party

"People's minds are blown when they realize that pizza is a blank canvas and you can put anything on it." [31:20]

--Jenny Bello on Pizza Party


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This week on Pizza Party, host Talia Ralph welcomes Scott Wiener, founder of Scott's Pizza Tours and also the world-record holder for the largest pizza box collection. Kicking off the show talking about Scott's impressive collection of pizza boxes, he tells Talia how he got started and how he initially started picking the specific boxes, first with unique and custom boxes, but then started to branch out to the generalized boxes. Scott explains the specifics behind typical boxes before delving into the details behind the boxes that are most successful in keeping the pizza not only hot, but crispy as well. After the break, Scott shares his first pizza experiences and how the cheesy dish found its place in his heart, plus highlights from his tours and book. Tune in to hear his thoughts on the best pizza neighborhoods in NYC, too! This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

"If you keep the boxes built, I am thirty-two pizza boxes tall." [4:15]

"The pizza box is something that is an unsung hero because two-thirds of all pizza are eaten out of pizza boxes." [7:15]

"When you go for pizza, it's a shared experience." [25:55]

--Scott Wiener on Pizza Party


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This week on Pizza Party, host Talia Ralph is talking pizza feminism with Jennifer Berg, NYU Food Studies Director and professor on gender and food and Hazel Cills and Gabrielle Noone, writers for The Hairpin. Kicking off the show discussing the "snackwave" internet aesthetic picked up and written on by The Hairpin, it's something that has come about via Tumblr dashboard and is now a part of mainstream culture. Printed on popular clothes and seen on celebrities, it is the antithesis of the kale-ridden health food culture often pinned on Pinterest. "Snackwave" is described as a term used for the current internet phenomenon of young women and teenage girls expressing an obsession with snack foods. The discussion covers thoughts on thinner versus bigger women admitting to or being shown eating snack foods like pizza and how "snackwave" is on the brink of becoming an official social movement. Tune in for a timely and interesting discussion! This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.


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