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June 1, 2008

bookofjoe MoneyMaker: Personalized Pizza


Why this wonderful concept hasn't caught on is beyond me.


Here's an item about it that appeared in last Wednesday's Washington Post Food section.

Write on the Pie

Will your pizza soon deliver its own message?

In 2002, Florida schoolteacher Rich Errera received patents pending for the Gourmet Impressions tool he invented, which can emboss words or logos on foods such as pizza crusts and a variety of soft, edible materials such as ice cream, vegetables, fruit, breads and doughs.


The custom-order lines of text created by a roller or stamper are called "pizzals" (pronounced by Errera as PIT-sells).


The concept was a big hit with retailers, Errera says, but six years later he is still looking for investors and the "proper licensee willing to manufacture and distribute the tools."


To watch a video of how they work, go to www.gourmetimpressions.com.


Surely someone out there in joehead Nation sincerely wants to be a millionaire.

Apply within.

Oh, yeah, one more thing — I'm waiving my usual exorbitant commission.

June 1, 2008 at 03:01 PM | Permalink


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mom used to write our initials on our pancakes... it was quite so precise, tho...analog

Posted by: jo | Jun 1, 2008 5:56:49 PM

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