Kitchen Supply 12-inch x 14-Inch Aluminum Pizza ...

December 28, 2019 - Comment

There are pizza lovers and then there are pizza lovers. For those caps-lock pizza lovers, this 12-Inch by 14-inch pizza peel is the ideal choice for your weekly pizza party, whether you’re cooking up a Chicago style deep dish pizza or reheating your favourite delivery. A large carrying surface and long handle let you mix

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(as of January 28, 2020 9:35 am GMT+0000 - Details)

There are lovers and then there are lovers. For those caps-lock lovers, this 12-Inch by 14-inch is the ideal choice for your weekly pizza party, whether you’re up a Chicago style deep dish pizza or reheating your favourite delivery. A large carrying surface and long handle let you mix and Mingle with your guests while shuffling pizzas of all shapes and sizes in and out of the . And with that new workout Kick you’re on, you never forget the veggies anymore, and you can slip them in and out of the with ease with the easy-glide aluminium peel. When you’re done, The handle folds in and easy storage.

Product Features

  • Safely place pizza far back in the hottest section of the oven
  • Can also be used with bread, pastries or vegetables
  • Swivel handle breaks peel down for easier storage
  • Heavy-duty, long-lasting aluminium

Comments

Anonymous says:

Decent sturdiness and size for the price. A few shortcomings in the fit and finish of the details. I like the sturdy gauge weight of the peel with a long enough handle that I can work with by my 700+ degree temperatures without needing to wear oven mitts, like I did with my prior peel.Downsides: 1) It comes with a scratch-proofing blue plastic film on the top of the peel that the mount is bolted directly atop. Thus it required me to get a blade in order to cut and remove the film that was stuck under the bolted area.2) The bottom edges on my peel were sharp and jaggy, so I…

Anonymous says:

For me, the trick was to use parchment paper I purchased this over a year ago and haven’t really mastered the prep to make it work and time it all and had mostly unfavorable results than I wanted with the crust. I was about to give up using it but really loved how the pizza stone cooks it over the other method of using a perforated pan and spraying a generous amount of oil so it won’t stick. Using parchment paper made this whole process much easier with great results now.First, measure the parchment paper (not wax paper, it…

Anonymous says:

BUYER BEWARE.. BUYER BEWARE. Really chewed up with at least 1/2 dozen sharp nicks all along outer edge. The pictures don’t do it justice. . they were really sharp. . I took the pics prior to trying to fix it….I filed them.. its a little better but it still scratched the hell out of my brand new glazed pizza stone.. emailed them.. but no response..just ignored me

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