- A Microwave Oven (we have onida Power Convection 25)
- Pizza base (get it at a bakery)
- Pizza Cheese also called mozarilla Cheese, if ordinary cheese is used, it wont melt after baking.
- Any sauce, pizza sauce will do better
- Mayonnaise (thick condiment made primarily from vegetable oil and egg yolks)
Some peoples don’t like Mayonnaise, even i dont (so it may be optional to use)
- Onion, Capsicum, tomato and vegetables desired (finely chopped)
- Apply a tbsp of pizza sauce on the base
- Top it up with Onion, Capsicum, tomato and vegetable.
- Grate cheese and spread over the toppings.
- Preheat the oven with 200 degree C in convection mode for 5 to 10 minutes.(Temperature settings vary from oven to oven)
- Place the topped pizza in an oven baking tray and bake for 5 to 10 minutes.
- Wait for a standing time of 2 minutes (Don’t open the door of the oven after baking for 2 minutes)
- Pizza is ready to serve….
Like many software products, Google’s Gmail service was first released with a “beta” label on it — meaning that while it was polished enough for public use, it was still in a testing phase, so any glitches were to be excused. Beta versions, which are sandwiched between internal “alpha” versions and final “release” versions, typically have a lifespan of weeks or months.
But Gmail was different. Released on April 1, 2004, it was still in beta five years and tens of millions of users later. That changed on Tuesday, when Gmail finally shed the beta label, signaling that Google considered the product to be fully baked. Google is also removing the beta label from Calendar, Docs and Talk, three other applications that are part of a package of online software called Google Apps.
So why the wait? The official answer doesn’t entirely clarify things. “Obviously we haven’t had a consistent set of policies or definitions around beta,” Matthew Glotzbach, a director of product management at Google, said in an interview.
Practically speaking, the change will mean little to Gmail’s millions of users. But it could help the company’s efforts to get the paid version of Google Apps adopted inside big companies, where Google is trying to compete with rival offerings from Microsoft and others. Corporate technology managers tend to shy away from beta products, and Google wants to remove any barriers to adoption that it can.
What is Google Wave?
Google Wave is a product that helps users communicate and collaborate on the web. A “wave” is equal parts conversation and document, where users can almost instantly communicate and work together with richly formatted text, photos, videos, maps, and more. Google Wave is also a platform with a rich set of open APIs that allow developers to embed waves in other web services and to build extensions that work inside waves.
Its coming later this year from Google!!!!
Please look at a snapshot for the same. For more details, please visit http://wave.google.com