We had our first trip to our commissary yesterday and made over 100 dough balls in 2 1/2 hours! It was AWESOME! Our mixer was much quieter than anyone had expected and our team just sort of found their groove. Procedures we've been dreaming about since August were finally put into place and we worked together like a well tuned machine. It couldn't have gone better. Everyone at Pizza Carrello would like to send a heartfelt and sincere thanks to Sue and Tom Kalenberg for their amazing support in helping us get our mixer and just being all around amazing people. Tom and Sue, we really can't thank you enough!
Also, we would like to thank Louise and Rob Trowe for their support, the use of their shop and their enormous truck that we've been using to haul the trailer around. We couldn't have done this without you and your support. We appreciate everything so very much!
NOW WE ARE JUST WAITING FOR OUR HAND-WASHING SUPPLIES TO ARRIVE! I think we're all wondering if we should have shelled out the extra money for faster shipping!
4/18/2018 01:01:21 pm
Whoa! I am amazed seeing the last picture in this blog. Is that really an oven? I didn't know that kind of oven which is so big actually exists. And the full moon on the sky looks so good on that photo. It complements the color of your oven. By the way, good job in making dough balls! Would you sell this one? Well, I guess so because the first picture looks like your factory. Good luck and keep up the good work!
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Pizza Carrello is building a trailer on which to build a wood-fired pizza oven. This blog documents the progress, struggles and successes of the construction project.