It has been an exciting time for Wood Fired Flatbreads. We've learned so much along the way and we've met so many great people that love pizza. Our ongoing commitment is to continually improve - efficiency, flavor profiles and more. We feel we are the perfect mix of talent combining operations and a passion for great pizza.
Now here's a bit of background. Kim owned and operated Basket Affair for more than 25 years before we sold the business early 2011. She's provided hospitality gifts, centerpieces and more to personal and business events for all of those years. Perfection is a requirement for Kim...not just a goal. She ensures that everything looks right and everything is where it should be. Taste, a discerning eye and operations management are just a few of the talents Kim brings to the business.
Kerien was an early leader of the Pittsburgh robotics initiative going as far back as 1985 at Carnegie Mellon University. While he has a long history of robotics, food has been in his life longer than that. Kerien's food roots trace back to 1905 when his great grandmother started a food concession at the Minnesota State Fair. Every year Kerien's family would trek up to Minnesota for the fair to help his grandfather continue his mother's legacy running what was the largest restaurant concession at the fair.
Technology, marketing and food preparation are a few of the talents Kerien brings to the business. We think the combination of our backgrounds is a perfect match for the needs of a business such as Wood Fired Flatbreads. We know what it takes to get the job done right and we know the only thing that counts is getting the job done right.