We hit up our favourite pizza place today. We’d just finished record shopping (a new record player for Christmas has turned us into the sort who flip through vinyls in teensy tiny record stores filled with Bob Marley music…) and the kids were hungry.
The kids were so hungry, in fact, that I was slightly annoyed when the lady in front of me insisted on customizing every single aspect of her pizza to a ridiculous degree “Sicilian pizza with no olives please. Goat cheese instead of the mozza. No basil. Gluten free crust… and can I have extra artichoke hearts, double the meat (but only on half) and on the half with no chicken, double the peppers.”
I peeked at the cashier’s face expecting to see a barely-concealed eye roll but she was all smiles. And I snapped out of it myself. Why shouldn’t this lady have exactly what she wanted? If it’s possible… then why not?
Gluten Free Blog Posts With No Olives and Double The Value
And so, like the smiling pizza cashier, we want to give you the piano teaching advice you’re looking for! What do YOU want to hear from us in 2015? What are your pressing questions that you’d love to see answered in upcoming posts?
Maybe it’s because our new Bruce Springsteen LP is blasting in the background right now… but we want you to be THE BOSS. So talk to us. Fill out the form below to submit your question and we’ll serve it up to you in an upcoming post all fresh and deliciously useful. Without gluten of course. Because nobody seems to like gluten these days.
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