Industry News | April 26, 2016

Pieology Turns up the Heat with Southwest Flavors

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Pieology Pizzeria, where pizza lovers go to be inspired to create their version of the ultimate artisan-style pizza is bringing the flavors of the Southwest to its menu with the introduction of two new signature pizzas that add a little heat to the Pieology lineup. For a limited time, guests can enjoy a new Chicken Chile Verde and a Spicy Southwest pizza, which feature flavorful new ingredients like enchilada sauce, diced mild green chilies, Cheddar cheese, and sour cream.

“We’re excited to unveil our Southwest-inspired pizzas while adding new ingredients that allow our guests even more options to create their unique pizzas and freshly tossed salads,” says Carl Chang, CEO and founder. “At Pieology, providing flavor inspiration is at our core, so we are committed to ongoing menu innovation. Regional flavors and seasonal ingredients are a big focus for us and we are confident our guests will love the bold flavors of the Southwest on their pizza.”

The two new Sizzling Southwest pizzas are available for the same affordable price as Pieology’s lineup of seven signature pies. Additionally, like all signature pies at Pieology, guests can order as is or customize as they wish, choosing from more than 40 ingredients, including whole-wheat, and gluten-free crust:

Spicy Southwest: White Crust, olive oil, red enchilada sauce, Mozzarella, Cheddar, roasted red peppers, jalapeños, cilantro, all-natural chicken, topped with optional red sour cream after bake.

Chicken Chile Verde: White Crust, olive oil, green enchilada sauce, Mozzarella, roasted red peppers, diced mild green chilies and cilantro, topped with optional green sour cream after bake.

Also, to satisfy guests’ sweet tooth, Pieology is now offering a new Chocolate Chip Cinnamon Churro dessert pizza made with Ghirardelli Chocolate Chips. This new dessert is available as a limited time offering alongside Pieology’s Sweet Cinnamon Sugar Strips.

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