Striving to slash cooking times, boost productivity and make the kitchen a safer and more pleasant workplace, Bostonâ€™s the Gourmet Pizza has replaced conventional open-flame cooking equipment with high-tech cooking devices of a kind rarely seen in casual dining. The Dallas-based chain â€” the U.S. arm of Boston Pizza, Canadaâ€™s No.1 casual-dining player â€” executes a 100-item menu with hardly a flame in sight. It relies on the seemingly magical heat of induction woks to quickly prepare ...
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