Pink is starting this pizza party!
On Saturday, the “So What” singer, 44, gave fans an inside look at her time in San Francisco, as she and her family took a sourdough pizza-making class together in the city, where she’s performing her Trustfall Tour at the Chase Center this weekend.
In an Instagram post that included pictures of herself, her husband Carey Hart and children Willow, 12, and Jameson, 6, Pink reflected on their “amazing” experience together baking some DIY pies at The Mill bakery with co-owner Josey Baker.
“Thank you @joseybakerbread for an amazing sourdough pizza class,” she shared in the caption of the post. “We had a lot of fun and it was the best pizza I’ve ever had!!!!!!!!”
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In one picture from the class, Pink and Baker pose for a selfie while she holds her pizza, which was full of green to match her green dress.
Hart, 48, also appeared in a carousel of photos from the food-based outing. In one clip, he was caught looking at his own pizza – which featured plenty of olives – while their daughter Willow carefully prepared her own cheese-covered pie. In another photo, the couple’s son Jameson looked down on his pizza, which was generously topped with onion slices.
Baker also seemed to be guiding them through the process in Pink’s behind-the-scenes pictures, as at one point he was standing in front of his class with a board behind him.
Carey Hart makes a pie with kids during a pizza-making class in San Francisco.
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The course itself features “the tips and tricks that make Josey Baker Bread a San Francisco favorite,” according to the website, and lasts two hours and is open to eight participants at a time.
“We at JBB want to give you an easy way to incorporate more nutritious, delicious whole grain sourdough pizza into your life,” reads the course description on the website. “or maybe you just want to impress a few friends and family with homemade pizza. or maybe you’ve been making pizza for years and now want to take your pizza game to the next level?”
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Pink’s children, Jameson and Willow, work on the pizzas with their father, Carey Hart, and their mother.
The foodie fun day follows a trip to an amusement park in Pennsylvania that Pink and her kids took last month. The family even attended in disguise, as Pink hilariously wore a Super Maria mask.
“Hershey Park to win. RVs for days – water slides and arcades…” Pink captioned her Instagram post. “Haven’t been in this forest since I was 4! Philly hometown coming hot!”
In a clip from the trip, Pink even handed out masks to her kids so they could have some fun too. “Here Jamo’, you want to be Batman, don’t you?” – Pink asked, handing the Batman mask to her youngest.
“I’m Batman!” Jameson then yelled.
Pink also teaches her kids responsibility while on tour. Back in February, she revealed during a discussion on Today that both children will be joining her on the road as her Trustfall tour continues in the US
“Willow has a job on tour,” Pink revealed at the time. “We just had to go over the minimum wage, and that’s different state to state.”
“I said it’s about $22.50 a show, depending on how long I go, if I run over. She says, ‘I’ll take $20. it’s easier to calculate.’ I say, ‘That’s not how you negotiate for yourself,'” Pink said. “I say, ‘You’re going to take $25 to make it easier for you to count.'”