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After working on Wall Street Mason Wartman decided to help people in a worst place than himself so he open Rosa's Pizza in downtown Philadelphia were you can donate a dollar to help feed the homeless or less fortunate or get a slice for $1 kurtizent and neci will find out how this all started
Tune in every Wednesday at 1030AM EST to hear local news, popular topics, and good ol fashion humor from Pepicelli's Pizza owner Tom and Heroes Academy owner Larry. Call in's are welcome if you dare! 646 652 2512 and press 1 to speak to the host!
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Satchmo and DB discuss Michigan State's big win over Ohio State, the Spartans' chances to make the playoffs, Ohio State's reaction to the loss and what this means for the Michigan State football program. They also talk a little college hoops and make some (hopefully funny) pizza jokes.
We are meeting with Matt Bailey, vice president of operations for "The Original" Kono Pizza. The "Original" Kono rocked the country when it introduced pizza cones in the United States, solving the problem of eating a slice without a gooey, drippy mess. The cones, with their cutting-edge 3D crust, feature the first and only seamless bread product that can be held and eaten in one hand without spilling or dripping any of the grease or sauce. The cones are customized with whatever ingredients you desire before they're baked in the brand's proprietary pizza oven.
October is National Pizza Month in the United States. A nation that consumes 3 billion Pizza's a year certainly should celebrate this diverse and delicious food. There are many environmental and health consequences associated with America's favorite savory pie, but Real Food Empire shows how we truly can have our pizza and eat it too! This segment will show the true innovaters in Pizza making the planet a more delicious and better place to live!
Today’s PSHQ Entrepreneur features an interview by its Hosts, Scott Davis and Philip Zelinger, with Mike Middendorp, a successful multi-unit Pizza Ranch Owner/Operator.
Mike started his career as a Pastry Chef with little more than his culinary skills and personal drive to succeed. He joined Pizza Ranch as the Manager of a restaurant in LeMars, Iowa that he eventually purchased.
Mike was later joined by his brother Matt who took over the LeMars facility freeing up Mike to acquire a second Pizza Ranch in Clinton, Iowa. The brothers turned the then failing Clinton location into a successful operation through their hard work.
The successful duo eventually sold their LeMars location and opened a new facility in Bettendorf, Iowa with continued success in both their Clinton and Bettendorf locations. Mike proudly takes care of operations and supervises all managers and employees while maintaining profitable standards and systems earning the Franchisee of the year in 2009 and Food Quality Awards in 2013 and 2014
Mike will answer questions posed by Scott designed to surface best practices that lead to his success. Mike will also explain how he started with nothing and grew to where he is today. More importantly, he will teach listeners how they can succeed too!
Pizza! Pizza! Pizza! Yep, Pizza! is the subject of The Halli Casser-Jayne Show Wednesday, August 8, 3 pm ET and Thursday, August 9, 9 pm ET. Pizza recipes, homemade pizza, pizza recipes gourmet, pizza dough recipes…we’re leaving no pizza stone unturned. We’ve got quite the guest line-up for you as we travel around the country in search of the most delicious, delectable and divine pizzas. We’ll talk to Mike of Mike’s Road Trip dot com; renowned cookbook author Diane Morgan; Food & Wine magazine editor, Tina Ujlaki; Ryan Hays – The “Ultimate” Pizza Fan. We are even going to introduce you to The Big Green Truck Company, a catering service with a fleet of antique trucks fitted with wood-fired brick ovens whose pizza is out-of-this-world. The Halli Casser-Jayne Show is Talk Radio for Fine Minds and palates.
In the "Jeffrey will tell the story of how he named his dog again" edition, we are already tired of spring training, so Jeffrey and Steve meander about discussing dog names, Yusmeiro Petit bobbleheads, and teams full of Lucas Dudas, rather than discussing all the stuff Terry Collins is saying. We do find time to discuss what Matt Harvey and Noah Syndergaard have been doing though, and it's very good. Then we preview the 2015 Mets outfield, tackling, well, things that Terry Collins is saying. Like Juan Lagares will bat leadoff, and Curtis Granderson will stay in right field. Next, Liz Roscher of The Good Phight joins the show to discuss the sad state of the 2015 Phillies, and why FanGraphs writers all hate Cole Hamels. Finally, Brian Renzi makes his podcast debut and helps Jeffrey answer your e-mails while he makes a pizza. We wrap things up with your weekly IFK Goteborg update and the announcement of our next live show.
Ever met a librarian who keeps a whoopee cushion tucked away for emergencies? How about one who makes Candy Pizza? Well to today on Tell Me a Story, we will meet such a librarian, Charlotte Cuevas. Char is a children’s librarian by day and among other things, she is a major writing talent the rest of the time. Her current book is the aforementioned Candy Pizza (poetry that’s healthy and fun) and you can FOLLOW her blog at www.charlottecuevas.wordpress.com. Stock up on the junk food, dress comfortably and let’s have a yak with a most literate woman! Enjoy the literate offerings of the fine writers at www.themagichappens.com where we have a fresh issue each and every month. Also, CONNECT with The Magic Happens on Facebook, Twitter, YOU Tube and Pinterest too. FOLLOW our network to enjoy the ARCHIVES and LIVE PROGRAMS www.blogtalkradio.com/themagichappens
Red Rocks Neapolitan Bistro has been named "Best for Pies and Pints" and "Top 10 Pizzas in DC."
Red Rocks can be found on King St in Alexandria, Virginia. They have an amazing beer selection and a fabulous menu.
Two representatives from Red Rocks joins the show this week to talk about being in Old Town, the menu, and why a restaurant like this works so well in Alexandria.
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