Mobile woodfired pizza, catering for all occasions.
About us Looking for a small family owned and operated business to provide mobile wood fired pizza at your next school, home or work function? Then give us a call and we’ll happily come to you. Our small family run business can cater for small and large events, providing hot pizza and other food options to make your event a little more special and different. Owned and operated by Mark Stephens and his family, Hot Slice will provide delicious food cooked on-site to your order. We promise to offer good quality food, at reasonable prices and always with excellent service. Our wood fired oven trailer is built with on board refrigeration, hot and cold running water, full stainless steel benches and an on-board power generator. Our background – celebrating difference in our product, our staff and our community! Around ten years ago, our youngest son was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Initially, we were told not to have expectations for him. We were advised that he was unlikely to speak, to attend a mainstream school, to have friends, to have meaningful relationships, to work and have the usual life we expect our children to have. Luckily he has proved them all wrong! Through the amazing efforts of our immediate and extended family, friends, educators, a raft of therapists and doctors, our youngest son now speaks (loudly and proudly). He attends a mainstream school, he has genuine friends, developed meaningful relationships, and expects to operate Hot Slice with Mark. Our son has exceeded expectations and continues to grow and develop into an interesting and compassionate young man. In setting up this business, we considered his interests and strengths. Amongst other things, he loves talking with people, making pizza and has a penchant for iPads and other ‘techy’ items. We see this business as providing him with an opportunity to hone his social skills, improve his vocabulary, money handling and hospitality skills. In the future, he will be the owner of a sustainable business, an employer and a productive member of his community. Our future hopes – opportunities for people with different abilities Providing opportunity for our young people to prosper and grow is a family and community responsibility. We hope that Hot Slice will provide an opportunity not only for our son to grow and prosper in a small business, but will also give us an option to enable students to undertake work experience and perhaps meaningful work (equal work for equal pay) for people with different abilities. Between us, we have been working for years to provide good quality health care and education to the public, students and other health professionals. As a result of working with our son, he has helped us to understand and appreciate those of his ilk. We are indeed privileged to be part of this wonderful community of people. About Autism Spectrum Disorder If you would like to know more about Autism, please see the Autism Queensland website link - http://www.autismqld.com.au/index.php?page_id=3 )
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Hold the Phone you will be able to catch the Hot slice crew at the new farmers markets commencing Feb 4th 2015 every Wednesday between 2pm and 7pm at Fig tree Pocket (Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary) we also have 2 other markets in the local area to be confirmed stay tuned. You can also catch us every Friday night at the Caboolture Twilight Fiesta between 5pm and 9pm.
Oops that was kids not kiss but made you look
Listen to 97.3 in the morning just recorded an interview about the business and promoting it with the morning show I think it is on in the morning as they name Brisbane's best Pizza I cant win have traded yet but I sent in the about us page from the web site and the rest is history
fulltime that is start as a casual on the 23rd
only 2 night shifts to go with the QAS
Have just launched the web site my first attempt and it will change over time the menu is currently under construction. Now fully licensed to trade as of yesterday 2pm the BBC and health inspectors ticked us off. Now to get some work