My friend has a little restaurant in a small town. He's been buying some frozen pizza and heating them up. I suggested that maybe he can make a few each day; they might taste better. I told him that I stumbled on this site and chances are we could make better pizza than those frozen kind if we try and learn from the great people on that site.
So the plan is to make pepperoni pizzas and assemble them on pizza screens.
So the first question is, once he's assembled a pizza on the screen with the dough, sauce, cheese and pepperoni, how long does he have before it has to go into the oven? Minutes? Hours? Days? If you put it in the refrigerator?
Next question: After the pizza has been taken out of the oven, sliced and placed on one of those round aluminum trays or in a pizza box. How long do you have before you can’t serve it anymore?
In other words, how long is the shelf life for a cooked pizza?
I can eat a day old pizza that was sitting in the fridge because I just love pizza, not too sure about other folks.
He does want the customers to come back and buy more.