Bamboo Pizza Peel
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2665 Features: -Pizza peel. -Green silicone ring. Item: -Pizza Knife. Dimensions: -Handle size: 8". -14" x 16" Board with tapered front edge. Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -14". Overall Width - Side to Side: -16". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -14". Overall Product Weight: -0.5 lbs.
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Febuary 2008 update
I have used this thing too many times to count now and have never had a problem. It's still in one piece I guess I lucked out and got one of the good ones. I still recommend this item I would buy again.
The peel is sturdy and the handle has a good feel or grip. When moving a fully loaded pizza to the oven the peel easily supports the load. The peel is all wood and tapered at the end so you can slide it under a pizza easily. We treat the wood often with generous amounts of mineral oil applied to both sides.
The only caution I have is don't wash the peel with water as it will warp even if you dry it right away. I did this with the first peel and had to wet it again and let it dry with a heavy cast iron pon sitting on it.
I was just advised by seller they do not have the natural wood peel, just bamboo. Cancelled order.
My advice if you already bought this and can't return it (I have not called yet, hopefully I can at least get a new one for free or my money back). When you use it, use it fast and don't let the pizza cool on it, slide it right off and brush off the cornmeal and store it in a good place. Although, it will probably still warp and crack overtime. You cannot cut your pizza on this either because it seriously dents it. I learned that after one time and saw every cut I made perfectly in the wood. You really shouldn't anyway, it's not meant for that. It also gets the wood soaked in oils from the pizza, which is just more to clean up.
I regret buying this and not spending more money on a nicer one. I didn't expect it to be all that for the price it is, but it should at least hold up and not fall apart. The other reviewers are accurate when they describe the same thing that happened to mine.
I gave it 1/5 because of it's very short life span. I've had mine for almost 3 weeks.
Its simplicity is probably an asset; I also bought a metal one that cost more than twice as much but I don't see any advantages for the difference in price; if I were doing it over again, I'd buy two Sassafras which is more practical and easier to use.In either case, one still has to use flour or corn meal so the pizza doesn't stick when inserting it onto the stone.