The truth is, no two pizzas are the same. Earlier this year, polling company YouGov commissioned a study into the pizza-eating habits of hungry Brits, with surprising results. Mushrooms, for example, were the UK’s favourite pizza topping, followed by ham, then peppers, then pepperoni. Anchovies topped the list of the UK’s least favourite toppings, with olives and tuna not too far behind.
The study also found that while 84% of Brits like pizza and 82% like pineapple, only 53% like pineapple on pizza. And it found that men are much more likely than women to like meat on their pizza, and more likely to enjoy chillies and jalapenos. Women, meanwhile, are noticeably more likely to enjoy spinach.
While cool, fresh ingredients are the key making the perfect pizza, there are a few other things you can do to take them to another level, including:
With myriad ingredients going into the perfect pizza, not to mention the creativity, passion and care of the person making it, it’s no wonder that during busy service, keeping track of who ordered what can be a major challenge for pizza chefs and takeaway owners.
Not only do you need confidence that your ingredients are a fresh as you can be, you also need confidence that your workspace is as optimised as it can be, so that it works with you rather than against you when the heat is on.
All of our chilled pizza prep tables use our innovative, patented air-flow system, which guides cooled air around pans and storage areas consistently, to maintain constant food-safe temperatures of between 0.5°C to 5°C. They come in a range of sizes and layouts, they can be configured to maximise any space, working with the chef to enhance the flow of the operation according to the menu.
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