- Hardwood surface is good for all oven types
- Rounded edges
- Baking peel has a 14-inch surface
- All-wood handle
- Hand wash and dry
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GREAT FOR MAKING YOUR PIZZA ON. PLEASE DO NOT WASH IN WATER.IT,LL CURL THE WOOD AND YOU,LL HAVE TO SOAK IT AND DRY IT UNDER A PRESS TO STAIGHTEN AGAIN. JUST LIGHTLY CLEAN WITH DAMP PAPER TOWEL.
The peel is the key to getting the pizza on and off the pizza stone, without this tool you are just asking to have a mess on your hands, as well as burnt fingers. Dash some corn meal on the peel, lay down the dough, build your pizza, then slide the pizza on to the preheated stone in the 500F oven. Just seven to nine minutes later your pizza is done. The peel slips easily under the cooked pizza and makes you look like a real pro.
The edge is a little thick and doesn't slide under the pizza as easily as a thinner one but it's not bad. It would just be nice if it was thinner. Overall I am really enjoying using it and it has made my pizza making better and easier. Anyone who makes pizza should absolutely have one of these!
4 out of 5 stars, based on 287 ratings
93% of reviewers recommend this product
89% say this is a "good value"
My peel came with absolutly no directions as to use or cleaning care. It also came so rough on both sides of the edges that I had to sand them myself. Also it seems that just a little too thick for the purpose intended & unless you use an extreme amount of cornmeal the pizza does not come off the peel very easily to transfer to the baking stone.
This Pizza Stone is great. Make sure to heat it in the oven before sliding your dough onto it. If you follow the easy dough making recipes and knead and roll your dough properly (simple stuff) you will have restaurant quality pizza on your first try. You will need yellow corn meal on hand to let the dough slide into the hot stone. You also want the peel to make this process easy and fun. Experiment with sauces and toppings.
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The product was great and came at a reasonable time, though I thought it a bit slow. I have and will continue to purchase from cooking.com, I loke the products, and I have always received the things that I have ordered in perfect condition.
We've used this product a few times since receiving it, and it works quite well. It's fairly heavy and appears well made. Our only complaint is that the finish is pretty rough, especially around the edges, and should be sanded more smoothly. We've since looked at one at Williams-Sonoma for a few dollars more that was sanded and finished much nicer. (I think I'll just finish sanding the one we have)