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Old 03-22-2014, 05:17 AM
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I heaved steered away from standard pizzas trying varieties

Sauces

Garlic infused olive oil
Spicy Mango chutney
Spicy olive and sundried tomato tapenade
Tomato pesto

Meats

Tandoori chicken
Moroccan minced lamb
Chorizo
Smoked salmon (amazing with kalmata olives)

Ingredients

Sesame seeds
Kalonji seeds
Raisins
Caramelized red onion
Smoked peppers
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Old 05-03-2014, 05:27 PM
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Loved the tray layout that Neil built. I just spent all day shopping at Restaurant supplies looking for some trays to set on my table to hold condiments.
I live in Mexico. I don't know where I can have the tray holder made in stainless steel. I may build it out of wood. I found many places that had the SS trays.
The nice thing about making it out of SS is I could fill the bottom with ice and put a clear piece of plexiglass over it while I'm waiting for the guest to arrive.
I like to prepare everything an hour before everyone arrives

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Old 05-04-2014, 12:06 AM
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try secondhand of Ebay ??
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Old 05-04-2014, 08:56 AM
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try secondhand of Ebay ??
I live in Mexico. Cannot buy from eBay and have it shipped down here.
I love living in Mexico, but miss buying online from Amazon, eBay, etc
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Old 05-05-2014, 01:11 AM
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Hi Mexman,
I get a bit annoyed with people selling on ebay and (wasn't aware that amazon will not deliver to Mexico) so I buy from them, have it posted to my brother in California who in turn sends it on to me. Find a contact who can be the receiver with the US for your purchases.

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Old 05-05-2014, 09:59 AM
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Hi Mexman,
I get a bit annoyed with people selling on ebay and (wasn't aware that amazon will not deliver to Mexico) so I buy from them, have it posted to my brother in California who in turn sends it on to me. Find a contact who can be the receiver with the US for your purchases.

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I can have Amazon and eBay ship to a mail service in Laredo, Tx, who then forwards it on to me in Mexico.
The problem is, the item has to go thru Mex customs and then on to a Mex shipper.
I just ordered a computer scanner from Amazon for $149 almost two weeks ago it has not arrived yet (two days shipping to Texas) and will probably cost $250 total when I receive it.
I'm having 25 people coming over this weekend for a pizza Party.
This will be my third pizza Party since my WFO was finished two Months ago.

Us Gringo's in Mexico, only order from the states when we have a friend coming down or we cannot get it anyplace else.

I'm on my way to a metal shop to see in I can find some place to make me the condiment holders like you have. I can buy the SS binds here in Mex, but I have to set them out loose.

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Old 05-05-2014, 04:56 PM
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I sympathise with your situation.
However, get a sheet metal worker to simply fold up some 16g 304 stainless (food grade) to the dimensions that will fit your trays, ie. inside dimension and depth. The length will depend on how many trays you want to hold in each rack. Mine gave an open bottom as I don't need them to hold ice keeping the ingredients cool as they disappear within an hour.
The lengths of folded stainless can then be notched and folded/welded at 90˚ corners. This is a very simple task that should not take longer than an hour or so.
Good luck and contact me if you need more detailed pictures.

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Old 05-05-2014, 06:37 PM
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Neil
Thanks for the photo. I'm sure that I can find someone here in mex. That can make me a holder. I may have to make it out of wood 1 X 4's to start with.
Your photos will help because I cannot speak Spanish and if I have a hard time communicating, I will just show him the photos on my iPad.
I was going to have a solid bottom for ice and water, but as you say, my toppings are out for only 1-2 hours and are cold to start with.

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Old 05-05-2014, 09:48 PM
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I've got three of these. They have a lid to keep out the flies and space underneath for ice. They are also pretty cheap, around $15 if I remember correctly. Around 400 mm long with four removable compartments.
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Old 05-06-2014, 03:15 AM
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Hey David s - I have exactly the same thing and found it on line somewhere. Might have been Catch of the Day. It works a treat. I have been waiting for them to show up again because 2 would be about right.
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