“Why Did I Buy So Many Carrots?”
Meet 25 pizzeria owners from around the United States. The International Pizza Expo is full of them. These people are awesome and incredibly hard working. Running a pizza shop isn’t easy, but these people do it for good reason!
Can you imagine a place larger than the size of five football fields with nothing but pizza-related goods, equipment and services? A place where you can shop and sample and network with your peers from around the world? Well look no further…
A quick tour through the International Pizza Expo, with music provided by the Olsen twins. Gimme pizza!!
The Pizza Expo is a REALLY special place.
The only rules were it had to be pizza-related and it had to hurt. Winner got $100.
Pizza cones made a splash at the International Pizza Expo this week. Apparently these pizza cones are a craze in Italy, and you might start seeing them where you live.
Here are some important facts about pizza you probably don’t know.
Ever wonder what it’s like to spend a day at the biggest pizza show in the world? Well, wonder no more. I sacrificed myself for all of you.
These guys can do this, like, forever. But here’s just a minute to give you a taste of what’s at stake in the incredibly thrilling world of competitive pizza spinning.
Pizzas 4 Patriots is a non-profit with one mission: To send tasty pizzas to U.S. soldiers stationed throughout the world. They came to the International Pizza Expo to drum up support.
Yes, they exist. Industry trade shows are all about grabbing your attention, and the International Pizza Expo is no exception.
This guy really, really loves pizza.
Between Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona on Interstate 10 is Rooster Cogburn’s Ostrich Ranch. I discovered my fear of ostrich there today.
After being teased about the “THE THING?” reststop for 130 miles, this is what we were greeted by.
Scott and I decided to check it out so you never have to. Here’s what we saw.
We found Fraggle Rock. It’s 6 miles west of Lordsburg, New Mexico.
Prada Marfa is a permanent art instillation in the absolute middle of nowhere in West Texas. There’s really nothing like it, especially at sunset.
Paisano Pete was the world’s largest roadrunner until 2002, when he was dethroned by another roadrunner sculpture in New Mexico. It looks like things been downhill for Fort Stockton ever since. : (
Did you know there’s a huge replica of Stonehenge appropriately named Stonehenge II located about 100 miles outside of Austin, Texas?!?! Well, there is — and here’s everything we learned about it.