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Old 05-01-2008, 12:38 PM
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James, after you have made your pizza on the counter top, how do you get it on the peel? Do you pull in on or slide the peel under? I would love to see a video of the manuver...

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Old 05-01-2008, 01:36 PM
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James, after you have made your pizza on the counter top, how do you get it on the peel? Do you pull in on or slide the peel under? I would love to see a video of the manuver...
Me too! We used a wooden peel last weekend to build and place. Half the time the pizza stuck a bit here and there. I'm worried the pizza will get mangled transferring from counter top to peel.
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Old 05-02-2008, 12:00 AM
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James is a puller as I recall and I third the request for a video of that.

I use the solid surface and then transfer to wood, aluminium and even cookie sheets to get them to the oven. (some sticking and cursing usually) Rotate with small peels once placed.

Do you let your dough rest before or after you form the pie?

Now another question is how many pizzas do you cook at once?? I do three at a time and it can be fun to reach in to the back ones to pull and turn. Nuckle burns in the hot olive oil!!
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