Everything I have been reading points to significant increases in the prices of ingredients that go into pizzas, because of the drought and other shortages around the world. This article is typical of what I have been reading: http://www.newsday.com/news/world/global-food-reserves-falling-as-drought-wilts-crops-1.3894493.
Today it hit 111 degrees F where I am, which apparently set a new record for this date. This morning when I woke up it was a pleasant 78 degrees F.
Thanks you for the link to what you have been reading. I thought there would be significant increases in the prices of ingredients that go into pizzas, because of the drought and other shortages around the world. For a one day a week pizza place like I have, it is tough if prices go up a lot and sales also donít go up. I try to use all good pizza ingredients for my pizzas. Now they also have that oil refinery fire, that they say are also making gasoline prices rise. It doesnít look good.
A temperature of 111 degrees F is also hard to take. It has been in the 100ís a few days in our area, but that is nothing like where you live, or where other members live. I can imagine 78 degrees F felt pretty good to you this morning.
My air-conditioner in my van conked out about a month ago and I have decided not to get it fixed this summer, so when I go away it is usually quite warm. I thought I used to survive without air-conditioners in a vehicle, so why canít I do the same now. So far I have been managing okay with no air-conditioner in my van.