2019 Menu Ideas, Spaghetti Crusts and Closing Out 2018

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The time between Thanksgiving and Christmas is always one of the busiest times of the year for LloydPans. Professionally, we’re running full-speed finishing up 2018 orders. Personally, our schedules are packed with family get-togethers, holiday parties and shopping. However, we still made time to pull together an article of our favorite pizza industry news for you to enjoy!

2019 Menu Guide

We love this collection of recipes from Pizza Today designed to inspire pizza menus in 2019. The simple format and great images offer the perfect platform for sitting down with your team to think about new menu items for the new year.

President Bush Liked His Pizza Loaded with Toppings

Pepperoni, Canadian bacon, Italian sausage, green peppers, mushrooms, onions, black olives and artichoke hearts. That’s quite a pizza, and according the owner of Fuzzy’s Pizza in Houston, this loaded pie was the favorite of former President George H.W. Bush. Learn more about the special relationship between the pizza maker and the president.

Get Ready for Spaghetti-Crust Pizza from Tony Boloney’s

Earlier this year, we linked to a story on our Facebook page about Ramen pizza. So, the fact that we’re now writing about Spaghetti pizza isn’t exactly a surprise. Check out this article on PMQ Pizza Magazine about the inspiration behind spaghetti crust.

The All-Important Business Year End To-Do List

Pizza Today took a practical look at everything a foodservice operation should be doing as we wind down the last weeks of 2018. Our favorite from the year-end list: “Thank your customers and employees.”

Revealed: Trends Shaking Up the Pizza Market

We love reading about pizza trends in other counties and assessing if they’re just catching up to what we’ve already done in the United States, or if they are ahead of us. British Baker took a look at pizza trends in the UK. Their list looks pretty similar to what we’re seeing over here, with delivery innovation and more healthful pizzas on trend.

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