If you’re after a peel purely for cooking pizzas, then this is the tool for you. With a good sized circular head, it’s great for getting your delicious pizza creations in and out of your oven, and it’s small and nimble so you can use it to turn the pizzas as well.
Square Pizza Peel - $185
OK, so you want to cook more than just pizza, maybe some bread, or a big roast? The Square Pizza Peel is larger and heftier than the circular option, and if you have a decent sized oven you can still use it for turning pizzas.
Coal Scoop - $165
If you're still poking logs around with a stick or nudging them with another log or loosing your arm hair prodding at them with tongs you need a Coal Scoop! The Coal Scoop will be the tool you use the most often, for getting logs into place, and moving the hot coals around the floor of your Wood Fired Oven.
Pizza Trowel - $165
This tool is lightweight and designed for close work – lifting the edge of a pizza to see how the base is going, turning a loaf of bread to get the perfect golden brown crust. Initially it might seem like this tool is a little decadent, but you’ll find yourself using it all the time!
Pan Hook - $155
Picture this: You’ve had a nice 5kg leg of lamb slowly roasting in your oven at 200 degrees, and it’s finally time to get that roast out! Without a Pan Hook you’ll have to half-crawl into your oven just to reach the pan, and you’ll want to be wearing some big ol’ welding gloves to protect your arms! OR, you could be a little more civilised, and use the Pan Hook… Your choice.
Natural Bristle Brush - $175
To clear the floor of fine ash without lowering the floor temperature, we recommend using the Natural Bristle Brush. The Natural Bristle Brush can be used as a broom, to sweep the floor clean. The bristle head will slowly wear down over time, and can easily be unclipped and replaced.
Ash Pan - $185
The Ash Pan is great. Because of the wide front, you can scoop up everything from fine ash to big, live coals and bits of wood without spilling it everywhere or loosing half of it on the way out of the oven and then, because of the raised sides, everything stays in place on the trip to your coal bucket or ash container, where it just slides out.
And, of course, the broom fits in the pan neatly, so when you're sweeping the floor or clearing out the coals, everything works really well together.
Damp Mop - $175
For the very best crust on your Wood Fired Pizzas you need to cook them without a tray, directly on your fire brick floor. The problem is that your floor will be covered with a fine layer of ash from the fire, which is not all that tasty if I’m honest. A quick once-over with the damp mop picks up all the dust, leaving the floor spotless and ready to crisp your pizza to perfection. It can also be used to lower the temperature of the floor slightly, if the base of your pizza is cooking too quickly.
Ember Rake - $175
If you’re cooking a slow roast, or baking bread you’ll want to get all the hot coals out of the oven, and the Ember Rake is the best tool for the job. This tool is designed specifically to pull hot coals forward to the mouth of the oven where they can be shovelled out.
Dough Cutter - $85
A tool that does exactly what it says – it’s for cutting dough! The laser straight cutting edge makes it dead easy to divide a big lump of dough into individual dough balls.
Large Mezzaluna - $100
This is a forged blade, curved so that you can cut with a rocking action. I have used a stack of different tools to cut pizza in my time, and the Mezzaluna is easily the best.