World’s Fastest Pizza Maker Competition
The famous pizza place Domino’s recently organized the “world’s fastest pizza making” competition in Las Vegas. Pali Grewal, a pizza maker from Domino’s UK, was crowned as world’s fastest pizza maker among 6000 spectators. During the event, Grewal easily made three large size pizzas in just about 39.1 seconds. That means one large size pizza in just 13 seconds. Grewal received $3,000 as prize money, a trophy and the coveted title presented by Domino's President and CEO, J. Patrick Doyle.
Grewal said “I’ve been hungry for this title for such a long time and it is just awesome to finally win it. Like any great athlete, I’ve been practicing and practicing and now I am going to take a day off.” The final participants in the event had representatives from Domino's Pizza stores from across the world. All the participants had to prepare fresh dough, pizza sauce and top three large pizzas with one pepperoni, one mushroom and one cheese.
Winner Pali Grewal is a multi-store Domino’s franchisee from Surrey, who has been with Domino’s for over 18 years now. Grewal has been into pizza making from the time when he was only 13-years-old.
Domino’s started this “World’s Fastest Pizza Maker” competition way back in 1982. This tradition was aimed to honor pizza making and pizza maker’s efforts. This idea of “World’s Fastest Pizza Maker” competition also emerged to represent Domino’s philosophy of keeping efficiency in the store to allow sufficient time for safe, timely pizza delivery.
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