Jamie Oliver Pizza Stone 70% off  £9 - Debenhams instore & online
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Jamie Oliver Pizza Stone 70% off £9 - Debenhams instore & online

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Found 24th Jan
Sick of soggy-bottoms I was in the market for a pizza stone - saw these in the Debenhams in Oxford for £9, RRP £30. There were plenty in store and it seems the deal is available online too.
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Not sure this is that great of a price
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Pizza stones make a real difference and £9 is a fair price for a 36cm one. Nobody actually thinks being branded Jamie Oliver really makes it worth £30, do they? ...
its the bloody normal price
You can buy something pretty much the same in Home Bargains for 4.99
theroman19 m ago

Not sure this is that great of a price [Image]


+£1.99 delivery.
There is also code for first order HELLO15 15%off.
I tried my stone pizza base in the oven on full heat but my pizza stuck and it was a right mess getting it off. Must have done something wrong!
CCC00742 m ago

I tried my stone pizza base in the oven on full heat but my pizza stuck …I tried my stone pizza base in the oven on full heat but my pizza stuck and it was a right mess getting it off. Must have done something wrong!



You want to use a pizza peel and semolina. You put a bit of semolina on the peel so the dough base doesn't stick and will slide on and off the stone.
Similar stone available from Home bargains for £4.99. Delivery £3.49 or free in store

homebargains.co.uk/pro…spx
Edited by: "chada" 24th Jan
Cant you just cook the pizza on the wire shelf rack in the oven so the underneath cooks as well?
no
sprite12759421 m ago

Cant you just cook the pizza on the wire shelf rack in the oven so the …Cant you just cook the pizza on the wire shelf rack in the oven so the underneath cooks as well?


If you chuck fresh pizza dough on a wire rack you're going to have a bad time.
McNabFish5 m ago

If you chuck fresh pizza dough on a wire rack you're going to have a bad …If you chuck fresh pizza dough on a wire rack you're going to have a bad time.


Aaaahhh got ya now.
Edited by: "sprite127594" 24th Jan
theroman6 h, 4 m ago

Not sure this is that great of a price [Image]


lol. It's the exact same thing!
McNabFish7 h, 50 m ago

If you chuck fresh pizza dough on a wire rack you're going to have a bad …If you chuck fresh pizza dough on a wire rack you're going to have a bad time.


I'm embarrassed to admit I did try this method. Didn't turn out well


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The Home Bargains Pizza Stone at £4.99 is great. Had mine for years and it does make a difference especially for home made Pizza’s on the BBQ. Remember, just spread a bit of flour on it before placing on your uncooked pizza and don’t wash it afterwards just let it cool and scrape off any bits.
Pizza stones are fantastic. I tend to put my stone in the oven to heat up and then move to the grill nearer cooking to get it really hot (smoking). I put the base in the oven, on the really hot stone, for 3 to 5 minutes. The base will pretty much crispy at this point. I then dress the pizza with sauce, cheese and any other toppings. I've recently starting putting back under the grill, watching it carefully until cooked (it's quick).

When rolling my base I use semolina / polenta rather than flour (mentioned above).
Debenhams haven't got the £9 one in stock but they have the identical one in at £15!!!
VDisillusioned23 h, 37 m ago

You want to use a pizza peel and semolina. You put a bit of semolina on …You want to use a pizza peel and semolina. You put a bit of semolina on the peel so the dough base doesn't stick and will slide on and off the stone.


Thank you. I will try that
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