Archive for July, 2011

Pizza Business for Sale: Pizza in A Box

Pizza Oven from Pizza Therapy

I was just informed that the following pizza business is for sale:

It’s a La Panyol model 83. (from Maine wood heat)
The oven is on a lazy Susan so no matter where you park, the oven will spin to the position that you need it too. The trailer tongue is also removable. It’s a custom 6’x8′ trailer with electronic brake assist (7 pin wire harness). 1 full size spare tire with matching rim (has u-bolt to attach it to the trailer tongue). The oven and trailer weigh 1,280 lbs.  Uses a 2″ ball hitch.

4 peals (2 wood peals for making and loading pizzas, each holds 3-4 10″ pizzas. 1 sm peal, 1 large peal for moving pizzas in the oven)
Wire brush, ash rake, and ash shuttle.
2 sneeze guards each 2’x 4′ long, each 2 pcs
1 sneeze guard @ 2’x2′, 2 pcs
1 sneeze guard end cap @39″
Sneeze guards are made with 1/2″ copper pipe and Lexon plexiglass they’re designed for use with 6′ folding tables, and to start at the table top. End cap’s designed for use with custom garnish caddy (also included) but could be used with out the caddy with a slight modification.
Custom garnish caddy with 2 metal inserts for ice and 3 metal dividers.
2-6′ foot folding tables
“wood fired pizza” lawn signs
1-infrared digital thermometer
 Approximately 200 10″ pizza boxes
1 soft sided cooler for dough boxes

Tire lock for trailer

Food storage (all Cambro):
6 stackable dough boxes (18x26x3)  (new in case)
6 Dough box lids  (new in case)
1-deep 1/3 size with sealable lid
3-1/2 deep 1/3 size with sealable lids
9 1/2 deep 1/6 size
8 1/6 size sealable lids
2 hard plastic lids for use with ladles
1 hard plastic lid
2 2oz ladles

1 pizza cutter

The oven is in Glastonbury, CT
I’m asking $19,000 or B/O, as part of the purchase I will train whoever buys the oven in how to operate and maintain it. If it’s to be operated in the state of CT and they like the registered business name “The Rolling Stone llc” I’ll include that as well.

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Scott   Tell him Pizza Therapy sent you.




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How Scott’s Pizza Tours Started

When you are with Scott Weiner you are in the presence of a dynamo. A dynamo of pizza history, pizza knowledge, and pizza passion.

The following video gives you a taste of the tour. From the minute the Pizza Tour starts you are in a whirl wind of energy and pure pizza stories.

The beginnning of the video shows Scott’s style as he discusses various pizzas you will be sampling on the tour. The video was recorded  at Lombardi’s in New York. Opened in 1905, Lombardi’s is the true birthplace of pizza in the United States.

The second part of the video is a one  on one interview with Scott as he explains how he got into the pizza tour business.

It was actually quite by accident. He started by taking friends of his on tours of New York. Soon this started to be quite a habit.

Here’s the video:



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Di Matteo Pizza Masters Make Pizza

Master pizzaiolo Jonathan Goldsmith takes us on an incredible pizza journey..

Here Jonathan takes on a journey of knowledge that tells us much about Italian pizza as it does about our own passion for Italian food itself.

The video created by Jonathan reveals much about him and his own love of pizza!

Masters at their craft, the pizzaioli at Di Matteo show their skill and love of the art of pizza making.
Made on location in Naples, Italy.


If you are in Chicago, you must pay a visit to
Spacca Napoli
1769 W. Sunnyside,
Chicago, IL 60640

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Roberto Carporuscio, and Jonathan Goldsmith at the Las Vegas Pizza Convention

Roberto Carporuscio, and Jonathan Goldsmith at the Las Vegas Pizza Convention