Eppicotispai 2048 Birchwood Pizza Peel, 16 by ...

January 25, 2020 - Comment

The Eppicotispai birchwood pizza peel is the ideal compliment for your authentic artisan pasta tools. Big 16 x 12-Inch paddle keeps you away from the heat. Product Features Made of natural birch wood Hand wash recommended; Usable surface 11.75″ wide x 10″ long 100% made in Italy Authentic Italian pasta artisanal item Imported by Tomson

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(as of April 19, 2020 9:37 am GMT+0000 - Details)

The is the ideal compliment for your authentic pasta tools. Big 16 x 12-Inch paddle keeps you away from the heat.

Product Features

  • Made of natural birch
  • Hand wash recommended; Usable surface 11.75″ wide x 10″ long
  • 100% made in Italy
  • Authentic Italian pasta artisanal item
  • Imported by Tomson Hospitality

Comments

Anonymous says:

Solidly built and does the job for it’s price I bought this pizza peel for it’s intended use…placing and removing pizzas from an oven.The wood is thin, including the handle, but has a nice heft that is not unwieldy.One side of the front edge of the peel is beveled, and the handle has a hole drilled through it so you can hang it up.Yes, the handle is short, so I find I have to balance the pizza peel with my other hand, but this is a good trade-off considering how little space the pizza peel takes up as…

Anonymous says:

Decent for the Price The peel seems ok. Price was low. I’ve used it a couple of times. It doesn’t seem entirely simple to get the pizza off the peel. You really have to go for it. I’ve only used flour on the board, but I’ll give cornmeal a try to see if that helps. I think I might give a metal peel a try.Update 11/19/18: I’ve now used it a few more times and I have more appreciation for it. For my use having a thinner peel is probably better. I can’t imagine trying to slide a smaller pizza off a…

Anonymous says:

Not Washable So since this is supposed to touch my food, I assumed it would be a good idea to wash it before first use…ya never know what’s touched it during manufacturing. Rinsed with water, lightly wiped it down with a soapy sponge and left to dry. Went to put away a few hours later and found that since this is not hard wood, it’s ply, the grain had raised and now it cannot be used…..well I suppose I could use it if I either wanted fine splinters in my food or wanted to sand it and seal it with some…

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