What not to do in when you order a pizza

You can speed up your delivery time by avoiding these kinds of ordinary mistakes. Most customers make one or two of these all the time. Preventing them will make your experience more enjoyable.

1. The check is not written.

2. Lack of house number or visible number.

3. The porch light is not turned on at night.

4. The money is not ready.

5. The check doesn’t have your phone number and (DL# or SS#) on it.

6. Leaving blank lines on your credit card receipt.

7. Paying with a $50 or $100 bill for a small order.

8. Not giving the driver the coupon.

9. Your phone is busy or unavailable.

10. Having your kids pay.

11. Not mentioning your apartment number.

12. Telling us the name of your apartment instead of the address.

13. Paying in penny rolls or bags of change.

14. Paying with crumpled cash.

15. Not telling us your business name.

16. Not notifying your co-workers.

17. Not shoveling snow or removing ice.

18. You’re not home when the driver arrives.

19. Not meeting the driver in the dorm lobby / not answering the lobby phone.

20. Taking a shower or bath when the driver arrives.

21. Not controlling your dog.

22. Changing the order at the door or after the driver left the store.

23. Trying to negotiate the cost.

24. Not knowing your address or phone number.

25. Water sprinkler in bad location.

26. Trying to combine coupons or specials.

27. Changing it to a pick-up after the driver left the store.

28. Not knowing you ordered.

29. Giving vague directions.

30. You’re in the back yard when the driver arrives.

31. Complaining it was late when it really was not.

32. Not giving the driver access to the gate / not answering the gate.

33. Complaining it was 5 or 10 minutes late.

34. Your stereo is too loud.

35. You moved and didn’t tell us.

36. Not holding the pizza level.

37. Not knowing what carry-out (pick-up) means.

38. Giving your credit card to the driver.

39. Calling back after being put on hold.

40. Flirting with the driver.

Source: http://tipthepizzaguy.com/mistakes/

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How many slices can you eat?

The most loved and popular food in the United States and many countries, across the globe, despite its Italian origin, Pizzas are available in a range of toppings, pizza crust and varieties, in Pizza restaurants, today. The orthodox Jewish community enjoys the delicacy in the form of kosher pizza that conforms to the Halakhic laws.

In the United States, Pizzerias in Midwood or Flatbush, Brooklyn or any other part of the country offer a wide variety of crusts and toppings. Vegetarian or Non-Vegetarian toppings are available in dairy kosher restaurants and outlets like Kosher Pizza Palace which cater to a wide spectrum of Pizza enthusiasts.

These restaurants also offer kosher delivery of kosher dinner take outs for the convenience of the customers. Kosher Pizza are made out of ingredients like kosher cheese, vegetables toppings, a wide variety of seasonings, mushrooms and meat varieties certified as kosher by specific authorities

Though the crusts like deep-dish, thin crust or cheese-burst with others are popular among Americans, whole wheat crusts have become a healthy alternative for millions of health conscious people in the U.S. In addition to this, low fat and cheese options are also preferred by them.

Generally, an individual can engorge a maximum of around four to five slices of pizzas, irrespective of the toppings and crust. Many Pizzerias like Kosher Pizza Palace also hold Pizza eating contests for the customers for fun and even laud the participants and winners with exciting prizes. For more information on recent competition and winners, please press the link.

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Pizza Palace has 2 NEW announcements!

Did you hear?!

– Pizza Palace now has new and tastier crust! It’s absolutely, positively delicious!

– If you come into Kosher Pizza Palace and say you saw us on Facebook or Twitter, then you get a free slice!

Pretty amazing, no? Enjoy!


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What kind of crust do people prefer and which is healthier?

With a wide variety of crust like thin, cheese-stuffed, hand tossed and deep dish among others, Pizza, the favorite food of millions around the globe, caters to varied tastes of individuals. Kosher Pizza, a variant exclusively meant for Pizza aficionados in the Jewish community comes with a gamut of toppings that are delicious and kosher, according to the orthodox Jewish Halakhic laws.

Today, Pizza outlets in Midwood or Flatbush, Brooklyn similar to any Pizza restaurant in the United States serve healthy pizzas that combine both texture and flavor, impeccably. Most of the pizza lovers are particular about the crust. While a major share of individuals devours on thin crust that is crisp and hand tossed, there are a few who prefer deep dish or gourmet crust. Cheese-stuffed crusts of pizzas and cracker-crust pizza have gradually gained importance among people.

Dairy kosher restaurants have integrated Pizza into kosher dinner and even provide kosher delivery of take outs to their customers. These restaurants offer pizzas that use ingredients certified as kosher. The toppings that are offered by restaurants like Kosher Pizza Palace have unique toppings made of eggplant, broccoli, asparagus along with seasonings using oregano and garlic with others.

Whole wheat Pizza Crust is also creating buzz for being a healthy option. Rich in fiber content and containing components that are healthy for your heart, the crust has become popular among health conscious American citizens. A whole grain crust with less cheese, meat and loads of vegetable toppings can ensure nutrition, health and taste.

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How to Eat Healthy Pizza at Pizza Restaurants

Healthy eaters – and anyone watching their calories and carbs – may find eating at a pizza restaurant too challenging, but it doesn’t have to be. Eating at Pizza Hut and other pizza parlors needn’t be calorie-rich and carb-unfriendly. The key is to make healthy pizza choices. Here’s how to eat healthy at Pizza Hut or any other pizza restaurant.

To Eat Healthy Pizza, Load Up on Veggies

Who says a pizza has to have meat? Order a pizza with veggies only and pile them high. Choose onions, tomatoes, mushrooms, green peppers, banana peppers, broccoli, spinach, and any other “green stuff” that’s offered. Some pizza restaurants can even put sliced fruit such as pineapple on a pizza. With all those choices, it’s hard to miss the high fat pepperoni and sausage. Who needs them? Have a healthy veggie pizza instead.

At Pizza Hut and many other pizza restaurants, there’s a bountiful, all-you-can-eat salad bar offered. If this is an option, go for it. It’s a good way to fill up on low calorie, antioxidant rich vegetables. If not eat a side salad before eating the pizza.


Healthy Pizza Choices: Thin Crust and Less Cheese

Choose the thinnest crust they offer to reduce calories and carbs. If they have a whole wheat crust, it’s the best choice because of the additional fiber. Avoid eating the thick, outer crust of the pizza to save on calories.

Cheese tastes yummy on a pizza, but it’ll taste almost as good with a little less of it. Ask to cut the amount of cheese in half and double up on the veggies and tomato sauce instead. Tomato sauce is a good source of heart-healthy lycopenes.

Choose a Healthy Beverage and Take Some Home

At Pizza Hut and some other pizza restaurants, they offer unlimited pitchers of soft drink. Bad choice. Sugar sweetened soft drinks aren’t low in calories to begin with and when it’s unlimited, it’s easy to drink an extra few hundred calories along with the pizza. Play it safe and order the unsweetened iced tea instead or drink water with a squeeze of lemon.

Even with a healthy pizza choice, resist the urge to overindulge. Get a to-go box and take some home. It’ll taste better the next day anyway.

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Pizza … Cheese Tops it All

Besides a crust, cheese is perhaps the one constant in pizza’s evolution from a checkered-tablecloth standard to an industry-wide phenomenon. Wonderfully flavorful, gloriously melted cheese makes the pie – regardless of whether it’s served in an elegant restaurant or at the corner pizzeria.

Mozzarella is immortalized as a pizza cheese. Its superior melting quality and stretch are characteristics consumers have come to know and expect on pizza. But change is in the air. Budding interest in new and different cheese varieties is infusing the pizza-cheese category with excitement in the form of cheese blends that offer distinctive colors, textures and a whole new world of flavors.

Cheese Blends

Here are some suggested blends to get you started on your own creations. All were prepared with pre-made, uncooked, 12-inch pizza dough. All cheeses were shredded, unless specified otherwise.

White Cheese Pizza with No Sauce

  • Wisconsin Muenster, Brie & Blue – The creamy, buttery flavors of Wisconsin Muenster and Brie soften the tang of Blue cheese for a surprisingly mild but full-flavored pizza. Spread 3 oz. Muenster shreds and 3 oz. Brie slices on dough and top with 1 oz. crumbled Blue cheese. Bake until lightly browned.
  • Wisconsin Brick and Smoked Gouda – The mild, buttery flavor of Brick combined with the earthiness of Smoked Gouda makes for a robust, full-flavored cheese blend. Spread 4 oz. shredded Brick and 3 oz. shredded Smoked Gouda on crust and bake until golden brown.
  • Wisconsin Fontina and Gruyere – These two classic cheeses combine to make pizza flavors reminiscent of fondue – buttery, nutty and full of flavor. The texture is firm, but the cheeses melt beautifully to a golden brown. For even more flavor, try spreading sautéed or caramelized onions on the crust before topping with cheese. Spread 4 oz. shredded Fontina and 3 oz. shredded Gruyere on crust and bake until golden brown.

Cheese Blends with Tomato Sauce

  • Wisconsin Mozzarella & Feta – Greek-style Feta lends Mediterranean flair to pizzas. Feta’s slightly salty, tangy and crumbly texture combine well with Mozzarella to make simple but distinctive pizza with bursts of flavor. Top crust with sauce and vegetables (if desired). Sprinkle 5 oz. shredded Mozzarella and 2 oz. crumbled Feta over all. Bake until golden brown.
  • Wisconsin Monterey Jack & Mild Cheddar – This popular blend browns more quickly and has significantly less stretch than blends made with Mozzarella. The perfect cheeses for Mexican-style pizza, the Monterey Jack/Cheddar blend is ideal for use with salsa and/or refried substituted for traditional tomato sauce. Top crust with sauce and other desired toppings. Sprinkle 4 oz. shredded Monterey Jack and 3 oz. shredded Cheddar over all. Bake until golden brown.


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