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Welcome, Pizza Lovers!

Making pizza at home just got easier.

Visit Our Shop!

Located at 10453 Metropolitan Avenue in Kensington

Tuesday - Friday, 1:00 to 6:00 pm

Saturdays, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm *NEW HOURS!*

 

Come in for our array of pizza crusts and kits, prepared pizza toppings, fully assembled Roman-Style pan pizzas, focaccia by the slice, fresh mozzarella made in-house and pizza dough made to order.

 ...plus products made by other local food businesses. Here our some of the locals we carry:

  • Single origin coffee beans from Lost Sock Roastery

  • Open Hand Pasta, fresh and dried

  • Orchard Breeze Farm's sweet Italian sausage

  • Wilma Bakes Cakes cookies

  • Whimsy Fancy confections

  • Mrs. Macarons macaron cookies

 

New products are added regularly, so check back with us often!

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Our hand-stretched, fully-baked crusts and pizza kits are available at farmers markets in the metro area:

GREENBELT FARMERS MARKET

2023 SEASON

Every Sunday 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

until November 19

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We are Tag Team Kitchen

BAKING UP PURPOSE

I am Marianna P. Judy, Baker and Founder of Tag Team Kitchen. I work along side my son, a young man with autism, baking handmade pizza crusts. Ben has a passion for cooking and we both have a love of home made pizza. Seeing what a challenge it would be for him to find steady, purposeful employment with his communication disability, I developed this business to provide a job opportunity for Ben and other people with disabilities, who have a true passion for food and kitchen work.

We began in 2016 in our home kitchen. Using my 10 years of classroom teaching and 40+ years of baking know-how I adapted and modified baking techniques and recipes to suit Ben’s strengths. In the beginning we would take turns completing each step in a recipe, and I would often call that “tag-teaming.” Very quickly, he was able to independently prepare dough and assist me in baking. 

Being a part of the community through farmers markets is an important element of our work. As we share our food and build relationships with our customers, the community can see how all kinds of people can make a positive impact in society.

Working gives us purpose, and everyone who wants to work deserves a chance! That’s the idea behind Tag Team Kitchen.

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Photo by Lindsey Max

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