Things got intense during a Science of Pizza event at an event in the Bronx!
I’m super excited to be running a series of programs at NYPL branches around the city over the next few months. Every HISTORY program will feature a live interview with a pizza maker local to the host branch. We’ll talk all about the past, present and future of pizza in NYC and beyond! SCIENCE programs involve live demonstrations of pizza from raw materials to ingredients to finished product. HISTORY events are designed for all ages and SCIENCE events are more geared toward younger folk.
I’ll be posting more specifics about each event on Twitter, so be sure to stay in the loop!
Here’s the full schedule:
Thursday, September 27 @ City Island 4 PM – SCIENCE
Thursday, October 4 @ Morningside Heights 5:30 PM – HISTORY
Thursday, October 11 @ 67th Street 5:30 PM (feat. John Arena)
Monday, October 22 @ Inwood 4 PM – SCIENCE
Monday, October 29 @ Richmondtown 6:30 PM – HISTORY
Monday, November 5 @ Yorkville 3:30 PM – SCIENCE
Wednesday, November 7 @ Epiphany 4 PM – SCIENCE
Tuesday, November 13 @ Hunt’s Point 4 PM – SCIENCE
Tuesday, November 20 @ Mulberry Street 4 PM – SCIENCE
Tuesday, November 27 @ Heiksell @ 4 pm – SCIENCE
Saturday, December 8 @ Morris Park 2:30 PM – HISTORY
Wednesday, December 19 @ Mulberry Street 5:30 PM – HISTORY
Kids learn about conduction, convection, radiation and moisture during this demo.
Sal from Pugsley’s Pizza in the Bronx explains his pizza passion by playing the saxophone in the middle of a public library!
These kids are keeping their eyes on the pie as it experiences oven spring!
Interested in having me do a science or history focused pizza demo in your school or library? Just contact me through the Scott’s Pizza Tours website!