It’s difficult to believe that we’ve already completed 3!! Ask The Expert Webinars this year – but it’s true! The first webinar covered the differences between batch mixing and continuous mixing and featured Rick Kesig, our Director of Engineering. The second webinar focused on the advantages of Variable Frequency Drives in industrial equipment and featured John Cremeens.
The most recent webinar focused on the importance of PM (preventative maintenance) agreements and then went into some detail about PM’ing your mixer and creamer! This webinar was presented by two of our senior service technicians, Mr Patrick Smith and Mr. Gus Millecker.
As if these were not enough – we have three more webinars planned for the balance of the year! The topics include “What’s New in Sandwiching”, “Mixer Sanitation” and the most AWESOME will be our IBIE preview webinar in September!!! You will NOT want to miss the IBIE Preview! Exciting things there! so Please REGISTER HERE for the Peerless Food Equipment Ask the Expert Webinar series!
If you do miss one of the webinars, feel free to visit our Video page on our website for links to those recorded webinars!
What do companies like Snyder’s-Lance, Kellogg, Campbell Soup Co. and The Kroger Company have in common with Peerless? That sounds like and easy question… First, they all make food. Second, they all use Peerless Mixers…. Third, they are all over 100 yrs old…. YES!!! That’s it! Peerless Food Equipment celebrated a MAJOR milestone on January 7, 2013 - that date marked the 100th year of business for Peerless – who started out at The Peerless Bread Machine Co. back in Sidney Ohio in 1913!
Published is the Sidney Daily News on Jan 7, 1913
Jan. 7, 1913
The Standard Clutch Manufacturing Co. has been reorganized during the past few days and re-incorporated under the name of The Peerless Bread Machine Co. The new company has new capital interested and some new people interested. Organization was completed by electing E.J. Griffis, president; William Piper, vice president; F.X. Lauterbur, secretary and treasurer and general manager. Other members of the board of directors are: A.C. Getz and E.T. Custenborder. The new company has taken over the Standard Clutch plant and will manufacture and put on sale bread making machinery.
In a time and economy where the average age of a company is 15 years, it is incredible to think that Peerless has been around for 100 yrs. This is a credit to the high quality of the machines produced by Peerless then… and now. Peerless products have evolved over time, changed to meet the market needs and have added and retired brands. The company still remains in Sidney Ohio – very close to the original site it begin on 100 yrs ago.
This year, Peerless Food Equipment will celebrate our 100 th anniversary ALL YEAR!!! We hope you will help us celebrate too! Visit our website at Peerless Food to find out where we will be celebrating and stop by to join us!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for our In the Mix at Peerless blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 3,500 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 6 years to get that many views.
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The FINAL Cookie Recipe for the Peerless Food Equipment Twelve Days of Christmas Cookie Countdown is Nutter Butter Santas from our good friends at Kraft!
This Nutter Butter Santa recipe will have the whole house saying “Ho Ho Ho, Merry Christmas” this year!
These little Nutter Butter Santas are as easy as they are fun and delightful! As Well as Tasty! The prep time is about 15 minutes and the cooling time around 20 – for a great recipe that takes about 35 minutes total! Please visit the Kraft Website for full recipe and instructions.
Peerless Food Equipment wishes you and your family a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
The LIGHT and FLUFFY recipe for Day 2 of the Peerless Food Equipment Twelve Days of Christmas Cookie Countdown is Angeletti!
This feather light treat comes to us from http://www.realsimple.com/ and combines snowy white cookies with festive holiday sprinkles that will brighten any room in your home!
This holiday cookie recipe takes about 1 hour total to complete and will easily be a hit on Christmas Eve or at any cookie exchange. Treat yourself and your family to this rich tasting cookie this year!
Please visit the Real Simple website for the full recipe and instructions for Angeletti and then stop by and visit the Peerless Food Equipment website for more fun and easy treats in our Christmas Cookie Countdown list!
Christmas Tree Cookies
This FUN recipe for Christmas Tree Cookies is our feature for Day 3 of the Peerless Food Equipment Twelve Days of Christmas Cookie Countdown!
This great recipe comes from Pillsbury.com and combines their refrigerated sugar cookie dough with some mint flavored dough that you mix at home, along some quick candy sprinkles and miniature candy pieces as decorations. These trees are festive and delightful!
Please visit the Pillsbury.com website for the complete recipe. Happy Holidays!
Hero Ornament Cupcakes
The WONDERFUL recipe for Day 4 of the Peerless Food Equipment Twelve Days of Christmas Cookie Countdown comes to us from Duncan Hines!
This recipe is easy to make as the base of each ornament is just a cupcake . The real fun and art comes to play when you begin to color and top the cupcakes! With some colored sugar, candy pieces and licorice, these red velvet cupcakes will transform into some of the prettiest and tastiest treats around the tree!
Please visit the Duncan Hines website for the complete recipe details and instructions.