I hope you gave her your business card and wrote on the back of it...."50% off your next Norma's Pizza".
I really didn't think at all, but should have given that lady something. I don't have any business cards. I have run out of dough a couple of times in the past month and had some other customers that said they came just for my pizzas. I really don't like that at all, but it is hard to decide how much dough to make when I am making the doughs one day a week. I have no way of knowing if more customers will purchase whole pizzas or just slices. If I had a regular pizza business I could make enough doughs to last into the next day. I also can not reflect on the business I did last year because the pace is changing this year.
Making pizzas or other foods at market for a one day period is challenging in knowing how much to make, or even ordering what they think they might need to make those foods. I know plenty of other food vendors (sausage sandwiches, subs, Greek food, pit beef sandwiches, Chinese food, pastry, cookies, cakes, bread stands, and a lot more) that almost always run out of what they sell on busy weeks.