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PIZZA EQUIPMENT - PIZZA


PIZZA EQUIPMENT - BUILDING CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENTS.



Pizza Equipment





pizza equipment






    equipment
  • an instrumentality needed for an undertaking or to perform a service

  • The act of equipping, or the state of being equipped, as for a voyage or expedition; Whatever is used in equipping; necessaries for an expedition or voyage; the collective designation for the articles comprising an outfit; equipage; as, a railroad equipment (locomotives, cars, etc.

  • The necessary items for a particular purpose

  • The process of supplying someone or something with such necessary items

  • A tool is a device that can be used to produce or achieve something, but that is not consumed in the process. Colloquially a tool can also be a procedure or process used for a specific purpose.

  • Mental resources





    pizza
  • A dish of Italian origin consisting of a flat, round base of dough baked with a topping of tomato sauce and cheese, typically with added meat or vegetables

  • Italian open pie made of thin bread dough spread with a spiced mixture of e.g. tomato sauce and cheese

  • Pizza (; ), in the US often called pizza pie, is an oven-baked, flat, disc-shaped bread typically topped with a tomato sauce, cheese (usually mozzarella) and various toppings depending on the culture. Since the original pizza, several other types of pizzas have evolved.

  • Pizza is the third EP by Horse the Band, released September 5, 2006 through Koch Records. The EP was recorded in place of Horse the Band not finishing their time on The Stampeading Machines Tour.











pizza equipment - How to




How to Operate A Restaurant


How to Operate A Restaurant



Despite this growing trend for eating out and a steadily expanding sales volume, the mortality rate in the food service industry is extremely high. One investigation after another has shown that from one-fourth to one-third of the restaurants that begin their existence in any one year were out of business by the end of that year.

What are the causes for failure? “How to Operate A Restaurant” thoroughly examines them and tells you what you can do to avoid them.

This book represents the distillation of experience and knowledge of many owners and managers successfully running all types of operations: from drive-ins and diners to service restaurants, cafeterias and inplant feeding units, with sales volumes ranging from $80,000 annually to $1,700,000 a unit, located throughout the nation from Maine to Florida and across to Washington and California.

To these restaurateurs and to the restaurant industry as a whole this book is respectfully dedicated.

Despite this growing trend for eating out and a steadily expanding sales volume, the mortality rate in the food service industry is extremely high. One investigation after another has shown that from one-fourth to one-third of the restaurants that begin their existence in any one year were out of business by the end of that year.

What are the causes for failure? “How to Operate A Restaurant” thoroughly examines them and tells you what you can do to avoid them.

This book represents the distillation of experience and knowledge of many owners and managers successfully running all types of operations: from drive-ins and diners to service restaurants, cafeterias and inplant feeding units, with sales volumes ranging from $80,000 annually to $1,700,000 a unit, located throughout the nation from Maine to Florida and across to Washington and California.

To these restaurateurs and to the restaurant industry as a whole this book is respectfully dedicated.










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Pizza Hut Pigeon




Pizza Hut Pigeon





Taking this picture this morning got me accosted by Philadelphia's Finest (aka, the police).

I spotted this pigeon on top of a Pizza Hut sign in the bowels of the Suburban Station Concourse (a huge underground labyrinth that links the regional rail lines, the Market Street Elevated, the Broad Street Subway, and all of the subway-surface trolley lines) and couldn't resist - it was just a strange juxtaposition of the organic and the man-made that I whipped out the small digital camera I always carry and snapped one off.

As I tried to get a shot from a different angle, a Philadelphia police officer hurried over to me, with another close behind. He informed me what I was doing was illegal, and needed a permit to take photographs in the concourse.

Both of these facts are wrong. SEPTA nor the City of Philadelphia have passed any laws against taking photos in specific public places, such as transit areas. Keep in mind that I wasn't taking pictures of tracks, electrical equipment, trains, or even people, just a pigeon on a sign hanging from the ceiling. Last week I took pictures all over the 30th Street Station train platforms, as well as many inside the station of the IKEA ads. No officers bothered me, not even the US Homeland Security officers with their dogs.

Thankfully, last week I also read this helpful document, The Photographer's Rights, so I knew what I was doing was not illegal, and certainly did not need a "permit". (Who would issue such a "permit"? Would the city of Philadelphia have to issue one of these "permits" to every person with a camera on their cell phone?)

Since I had a strange enough morning already (only possible when you ride SEPTA), I didn't argue with the officer. Maybe I should have. I wasn't scared or worried, but it was just easier to make up some crap about being an art student and always looking for ideas, and walk away. He had been polite and non-threatening, and actually interested in what kind of photos I take.

I do not have major issues or problems with the Philadelphia Police. Do I think there's corruption within the department? Of course. Do I think they often shoot first and ask questions later? Sometimes. Do they do racial profiling? Find me a law enforcement organization that doesn't. However, the Philadelphia PD has eased up since the Frank Rizzo era, where you were likely to be harassed by police for just having long hair. Or an Afro. Or being between the ages of 18 and 25.

While there are times that I am critical of the Philadelphia PD, I also believe they do a very difficult and necessary job everyday (the street cops in particular), and this dedication should earn respect.

However, although I did not entertain them with a tirade about the misinformation the officers gave me this morning, choosing instead to walk away, the confrontation left me angry because it was a waste of police resources.

Two days ago at 2:30PM, a 36-year-old Starbucks manager Sean Patrick Conroy, was beaten by four truant teenagers in the 13th Street subway concourse. The four of them circled Conroy, beat and kicked him, and ran away when a SEPTA Transit intervened. Unfortunately, Conroy had asthma, and the beating sent his body into shock. The officer tried CPR, but Conroy died at a nearby hospital 45 minutes later.

The one teenager who was captured has been charged with murder and criminal conspiracy. He also gave up the names of the three other thugs, but they have not been picked up.

The most terrifying element about this attack - besides that it took place at 2:30PM in the afternoon at a busy subway station located directly beneath SEPTA's main offices - is that it was a completely unprovoked attack, and that robbery was not the motive. The teen who was caught said that the four of them just decided to randomly jump and attack someone.

There have been calls for more police (both SEPTA and city forces) in the subway, and when an incident such as this happens, yes, for a few days there are more police in the stations and concourses. The city and SEPTA recently increased patrols at the North end of the Broad Street Subway, where there are several high schools, between 2PM and 5PM because of problems of kids jumping other kids for valuables when school let out. It's been theorized that this increased police presence at that end of the subway line instead drove teenagers into Center City and onto the Market Street El instead.

Unfortunately Sean Patrick Conroy was in the wrong place at the wrong time, which was just about two blocks away from where I was detained for taking a photograph this morning.

It doesn't matter how many police walk the concourses and the platforms if they're not looking for true potential sources of trouble - e.g., large groups of boisterous youth, mentally unstable people who may hurt themselves or others, and people obviously having a fight or a disagreement - and instead question a person who is clearly not disturbing anyone, or p











Pizzas




Pizzas





Pizza 101 at the International Culinary Center, New York City

The final result! I made 3 pizzas they were really good! Now I need to buy the equipment to make them at home... I wonder if a coal oven would fit in the appartment...









pizza equipment








pizza equipment




American Metalcraft PKR20 20" Rocker Pizza Knife






The 20" Rocker Pizza Knife (PKR20) is a rocker style knife for cutting pizzas into slices. Rocker knives are an excellent alternative to traditional wheel-style pizza cutter that easily dull and don't always cut all the way through crust. With a rocker knife, on the other hand, the blade can be easily sharpened and the rocking cutting motion uses leverage to ensure clean cuts all the way through any crust. Expertly manufactured by American Metalcraft, this stainless steel knife has a full twenty inch (50. 8 cm) long blade that makes it able to easily and expertly cut even extra large pizzas. The knife also comes with POM handles for a sure grip while cutting.










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