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Ironwood Gourmet 28214 Pizza Peel, Acacia Wood
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- 14 x 14 inch
- Made from gorgeous acacia wood, known for its unique and natural contrasting patterns
- Slanted edge allows for easy scooping up and sliding off of the pizza
- Sturdy handle with wider base gives a secure grip and helps reduce slips
- Includes a grommet for wall hanging and flexible storage options
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Beautiful Wood pattern
Ironwood's premium acaica wood is known for its rich, contrasting colors and natural chatoyancy.
Easy to Slide Pizza
The slanted edge is designed to easily slide pizzas on and off.
Easy to Carry Handle
The sturdy handle makes transporting easy. The grommet on the handle allows the pizza peel to be hung while not in use.
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Bake pizzeria-style in the comfort of your own home. Made of gorgeous Acacia hardwood, our Pizza Peel is functional and beautiful due to its rich, shimmering colors. Its slanted edge allows for easy scooping up and sliding off of the pizza. It features a sturdy handle with a wider base that gives a secure grip and helps reduce slips. This pizza peel also includes a grommet for wall hanging and flexible storage options. Bring ease to the pizza making process.
**Use & Care**
Wash Ironwood Gourmet products in warm, soapy water and thoroughly rinse with clean water. Do not soak. To dry, prop up off of counter to allow all surfaces to air dry evenly. Wood products should never be washed in the dishwasher.
After drying, rejuvenate and protect the wood by rubbing it down with Ironwood Butcher Block Oil. Apply the oil liberally and allow it to soak in thoroughly before use. Regular application of our Butcher Block Oil will prevent cracking and preserve the rich natural colors of the wood.
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The bigger issue is the splintering after one light hand wash. I don't like little pieces of wood in my pizza or stuck in my throat.
220 grit sand paper lightly go over the whole face of the peel with even pressure until you feel the rough patches gone, go back and do the same thing with 1000 grit. Apply several coats of bar keeps butcher block conditioner. They look BETTER and are SMOOTHER than new also they are 30$ each now....the hell with that, not worth 30$
However, when it comes to cooking with it. Even with ample flour I found it difficult to slide pizza's around on it compared to plastic or metal. That wouldn't have earned such a poor rating however on its own. After baking the pizza shown in the images, I ran warm water (no soap) over it and used the non abrasive side of my sponge to rub it down to get any excess flour/grease off it and it began to shed/have textures from the grains of the wood. It feels more like raw wood now instead of finished wood and the look has already faded/dulled. I expected it to lose some of its luster after using it, and I know some wood oil will restore the color but the grainy texture that became worse after just one use has left me to wonder if it should be used in cooking at all. Maybe I didn't wash it correctly, but I felt like I was being careful with it.
Looks magnificent on the wall though, which is where I suppose it will stay now.
I oiled my peel with mineral oil (Howard BBC012 Butcher Block Conditioner Food Grade Mineral Oil and Natural Waxes, 12-Ounces) to help prevent future splitting and to enhance the Acacia wood grain pattern. The mineral oil soaked into the wood and I left the peel absorb the oil for around thirty minutes. Then I buffed the peel with a cloth and it's surface was totally dry, shiny, and slippery. With a dusting of cornmeal or flour the bread and pizza slid right off onto the stone. Sliding the bread or pizza back on when done baking was problem free.
I think its a functional, sturdy, and beautiful tool. I have no regrets buying this peel.
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