Typical Pizzas at an Event
About the menu
Our pizza menu designed for more casual events clients looking for a smaller scale event. We serve a wide variety of pizzas and garden fresh green salads- however depending on the number of guests and/or the type of event we can offer various options
There is no set number of pizzas nor do you need to preorder particular pies. We bring plenty of dough, a wide variety of toppings (see list below) and continue to make pies until all the guests are full. Some people provide additional appetizers and or desserts but it is not necessary- there will be plenty of food!
Guests who have food allergies or specific dietary restrictions should speak to the pizza makers at the start of the party or call the office ahead of time; in most cases we can accommodate them.
For larger events or if you are looking to a full dinner experience we recommend our pizza menu combined with a slow roasted pig bbq.
The pigs are generally 50 kg and combined with the pizza, green salads, baked beans plus all the condiments this will feed up to 150 guests.
About our pizza
We do a thin crust, North West style of pizza. Our dough is simple (water, flour, salt, yeast- no added fats, dairy or sugar), we use the best whole milk mozzarella and imported Pecorino Romano cheeses. The sauce is a simple crushed tomatoes. We go light on everything therefore you can sample more pies. Our dough is hand stretched at the event and baked in our high-heat, wood fired with the end product having the characteristic charring around the edges.
One of the delights of Farm to Forno truck is the ability to sample an astounding variety of non traditional pizza, types you normally would not order on your own. We have no set playlist; each pizza maker has his own unique mix of classical favorites, crowd requests and his own improvisations as he create a primo pie for your party.
We begin by making a selection of time-honored pies (cheese, pepperoni, tomato/basil) then some non traditional (Roasted potato/bacon/carmelized onion, buffalo chicken). Where we go from there depends on the guests. Some groups like mostly meat pies, some mainly vegetable, others like mild or spicy. Most parties are a nice mix-like a good DJ our pizza creators adjust their selection to please the crowd: always trying to keep the party going with making sure there is something for everyone! We also do take requests, but not everyone’s pie can be the next one up, please be patient and try what we put on the table, we tend to not get to special orders until we have fed the crowd first.
Our Pig Roasts
We raise our own pork on our 40 acre ranch in Columbia Valley. We pasture raise Berkshire Heritage Hogs and raise them on spent grain from Mission Springs and Hearthstone breweries.
We slow cook for seven hours in our Louisiana Grill using Hickory Hardwood. We present the whole animal as part of a buffet giving your event a great presentation.