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  • #1 by Elchimi on 10 Jan 2022
  • Hi there
    Is anyone going this year?
    How does it work? You sign up and then take classes or are you busy enough without taking classes?
  • #2 by HansB on 10 Jan 2022
  • I spent most of my time taking classes, attending workshops and demos. There was still enough time to visit all the vendors.

    If Scott is doing a pizza tour I'd recommend that too.
  • #3 by Elchimi on 10 Jan 2022
  • K, yes Scott is doing a tour. Then Iíll book some classes and demos. Are these hands on classes, physically making pizza? Or mostly talking and slides?
  • #4 by HansB on 10 Jan 2022
  • K, yes Scott is doing a tour. Then Iíll book some classes and demos. Are these hands on classes, physically making pizza? Or mostly talking and slides?

    The tour is worthwhile. I don't think that there were any hands on classes. Tony G's were demos, but were very good. John Arena's classes were really good too.

    If you also do bread, the bread convention is concurrent and your pizza pass gets you in there too. There were a few good bread classes too.
  • #5 by john_k on 11 Jan 2022
  • I second what HansB said; Tony's classes are very good. He has both classes and demos; you pay extra for the classes and it is worth it. Not sure if I am going this year, but I went a few years ago and really got a lot out of the experience.
  • #6 by SMOKEYJOEL on 21 Jan 2022
  • Hello

    I am attending. Will be there 3/22-3/24.

    Cant wait
  • #7 by 02ebz06 on 21 Jan 2022
  • Would love to go, but it would be an 8 hr drive, so no to that, and not ready to get back to traveling by air yet.
    Maybe next one.
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