At long last, bars and restaurants are reopening in Canada. As consumers begin to reunite with family and friends, there is extra pressure on restaurants to make their post-pandemic reunions more memorable and meaningful than ever. Bringing "back of the house" cooking in front of guests is a great way to add intrigue and human connection to modern-day dining experiences.
We had so much fun talking about ways to up your pizza game in Part One, we decided to put our heads together to talk about a few more ways that Canadian pizzerias, restaurants, and commercial foodservice operations can create better, more profitable pizza.
Here in Canada, we have a great tradition of outdoor eating. Cooking in nature over an open flame with bag of charcoal and a heavy metal grate is kind of a rite of passage.
The history of fire and food goes back a long, long time. In fact, this relationship is in part what allowed humans to evolve as a species. Even though we once cooked over open flames out of necessity, now we can do it out of enjoyment.