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May 1, 2017

What’s new in the pizza industry, from asparagus pizza to pizza burgers

It’s been a busy couple of months for the pizza industry. Pizza Expo came and went, Detroit-style pizzas continued to grow in popularity throughout the United States and Domino’s is testing robot pizza delivery in Europe! We know our pizza customers have been busy as well, and probably have not […]
April 25, 2017

Creating a hearth-baked pizza without the hearth

You want to create a hearth-baked pizza, but your restaurant or foodservice operation doesn’t have the space for a hearth-baked oven. We feel your pain. Nothing quite beats the taste of a pizza crust that you get with a hearth oven. But what if you could replicate a hearth-baked oven […]
April 14, 2017

Ask Paul: Top 3 Questions from Pizza Expo

Paul Tiffany, our resident food and pan expert tackles your baking and pizza pan questions. Have a question for Paul, leave a comment or email us at sales@lloydpans.com Question: I’m not satisfied with my pizza crust. It’s not crispy enough and it’s pretty uninspiring. The crust is key to a […]
April 5, 2017

Baking and Pizza Pan Basics

Most bakeries, pizzerias and foodservice operations spend upwards of hundreds of thousands of dollars purchasing equipment to make their products. The goal is to have the best equipment that helps an operation improve efficiencies and product quality while decreasing costs. With this type of investment in ovens, proofers, freezers and makeup […]
March 27, 2017

Wedding Cake Trends and the Wedding Cake Pans to Bake Them

A white wedding dress. That’s about the only thing in weddings that will remain in fashion year-over-year. This is especially true for wedding cakes, which have evolved from simple sheet cakes to elaborate tiered cakes to even cupcakes and pre-made Twinkies. So how is a baker to keep up with all […]
March 21, 2017

Let’s Talk About Pan Coatings and Performance

If you visit our manufacturing plant in Spokane Valley, Washington, you’ll notice two things. First, yes, we really do manufacture our pans in the United States. Second, we do things differently, combining a unique anodizing process with water-based pan coatings to produce pans that eliminate re-glazing. It’s truly a proprietary […]