Cool article in "Explore Big Sky" on the caldera Pizza & Grill and the ski Pro's that run it
Thanks to Tyler Allen, Senior Editor at Explore Big Sky for the great article featuring our friends Ben Anderson and Noah Ronczkowski. These guys are the Big Sky ski-patrollers and entrepreneurs that run the Caldera Pizza & Grill here at Yellowstone Aerial Adventures.
More from Tylers Article below. Check out the full article here...
"Caldera is the first wood-fired pizza in West, and the patroller/pizza chefs are finding a niche by offering food made from scratch featuring regional and Montana products. They use Montana Wheat flour in their pizza crust, and regionally raised bison or beef in their burgers. The buns and bread products are delivered from Bozeman’s On The Rise bakery."
Tyler also talks about Ben's work as a ski-guide and how that led him to study culinary arts in England
"Anderson attended England’s Orchard School of Cookery in fall 2013, with the intention of rounding out SEABA’s culinary operation and offering his clients a better product, he said. Opportunities followed in Big Sky for personal chef gigs, and Anderson parlayed that into an all-inclusive tour company called Caldera Adventures, which offers trips in Haines, the big island of Hawaii and Big Sky, as well as Jackson, Wyoming."
We are really glad to have a staff family that loves what they do and the lifestyle it allows them to pursue here in Southwest Montana. Thanks so much to Tyler Allen for the article and to Ben Anderson and Noah Ronczkowski for bringing their pizza game to West Yellowstone and Yellowstone Aerial Adventures!
Read more about Caldera Adventures on their site here...
Check out more from Explore Big Sky here....
8/13/2017 02:31:10 pm
hi my family visited your restaurant yesterday after doing the zip line...the young man who took our order was fantastic, the pizza was great as were the salads...the burgers we ordered, beef, looked and tasted like bad soy meat...yucky....i ask that you find a way to do some recycling there...the amount of trash produced from our meal was gross....three pizza boxes used for two minutes....plastic salad containers used for maybe 10 minutes...the trash can was overflowing with easy items to recycle....sad to see and we won't do that again!!!!
2/28/2021 03:27:42 am
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7/18/2022 04:48:21 pm
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