13 inch Pizza Stone, Pizza Wheel and Stand £3.99 @ Home Bargains
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13 inch Pizza Stone, Pizza Wheel and Stand £3.99 @ Home Bargains

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Found 1st Sep 2015
Bought one today at Bradford branch asked and was told its a national deal they are at least a tenner elsewhere

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Can I ask where?
They said it was every store but limited stock
Been in Stafford for ages, had 2 of them.
tek-monkey
Been in Stafford for ages, had 2 of them

Is that in town or the one by b&q
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I bought one in the Bury store a few weeks ago, also come with a pizza cutter.
wheely??
clairlh88

I bought one in the Bury store a few weeks ago, also come with a pizza … I bought one in the Bury store a few weeks ago, also come with a pizza cutter.



​i was in there earlier today
I bought a couple of these about a month ago - somebody had stolen the cutter from one of them! They seem to lose their colour a bit after use, but only £3.99 - and exactly same product as sold in Jamie Oliver box in TK Maxx for £12.99.
jhw

I bought a couple of these about a month ago - somebody had stolen the … I bought a couple of these about a month ago - somebody had stolen the cutter from one of them! They seem to lose their colour a bit after use, but only £3.99 - and exactly same product as sold in Jamie Oliver box in TK Maxx for £12.99.


The stone will lose colour, its porous to help dissipate moisture during cooking.
I paid £3.99 a year or so ago and see them regularly, so not a new deal. Still hot though. Bought 2 back then and they've been fine as a base for cooking bread. Had no problems. Great value.
looks just dandy ..hope I can find one in my nearest HB..:-)
Been at this price for a while now. Excellent price though, and makes a sensational pizza on a charcoal barbecue with some good wood smoke.
focusdriver

tek-monkeyBeen in Stafford for ages, had 2 of themIs that in town or the … tek-monkeyBeen in Stafford for ages, had 2 of themIs that in town or the one by b&q.



The one in town, should be at the bigger one too though I expect.
Can these be used on the bbq?
chodu666

Can these be used on the bbq?


if only someone would make a post about that!
chodu666

Can these be used on the bbq?



Maybe?
youtube.com/wat…z5I
I was bought similar to this recently by the in-laws. I'd recommend checking to see if it will fit in your oven before purchasing, as mine's an awkward fit.
save yourself money..if you have a large frying pan ...no oil, place the pizza in the hot pan until the pizza base becomes crisp about 3/4 minutes then cook in the oven for about 8 minutes....perfect pizza....Every Time, Enjoy
brilly

if only someone would make a post about that!


sorrry brilly, did i miss something? Please explain.
pizzame3

save yourself money..if you have a large frying pan ...no oil, place the … save yourself money..if you have a large frying pan ...no oil, place the pizza in the hot pan until the pizza base becomes crisp about 3/4 minutes then cook in the oven for about 8 minutes....perfect pizza....Every Time, Enjoy


If you're going to put it in a frying pan, you may as well leave it there on a medium setting until its ready to eat. Also perfect every time.
chodu666

Can these be used on the bbq?


Trying reading the post two above yours.
Great kit for the price heat added
Crikey i bought one of these years ago for £20 and it was a great investment and it didnt even come with the pizza cutter either - no more soggy bottom pizzas.

The only problem with it is you have to leave it in an already hot oven for 20 mins to warm up first otherwise putting a wet
base on it will cause it to stick to the bottom. Wastes electricity in this respect but does make pizzas much better.
Edited by: "omendata" 3rd Sep 2015
lol cancelled
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