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Gardenline Pizza Stone for BBQ - £6.99 instore @ Aldi, Billingham
Posted 10th JulPosted 10th Jul
I was lucky enough to get my hands on Aldi Kamado this year. It’s Amazing and this just takes the whole outdoor cooking to another level. 13” with handles at a bargain price.

We call that "flavour" :D


Driving south on the A19 looking over Teesside it all looks like one. But each to his own. Plus a lot of the cooling towers have come down. Massive change from the 70/80’s.


I can easily separate Wilton from Billingham, and Seal Sands, I've worked at all 3 sites. Although some of the cooling, distillation and fractionation towers are disused, a lot of it is still there. Seal Sands is currently the most active of those 3 areas.


Yes I agree with seal sands but that comes under Hartlepool not billingham, the majority of what you see is what use to be ici Wilton which is the other side of Boro on way to Redcar. It stretchers for miles. It just looks like it continues from seal sands but is the other side of the river. Billingham has very little now of actual sites work. It’s more offices and labs.. I use to work on the Johnson Mathey sites and the wife still works on the Johnston Mathey and Fuji sites which she has done for 14 years.. its and easy easy mistake to make. From the view your talking it looks all one..


Definitely no confusion, when I drive down the A19 for work, from mot far past Peterlee turnoff, there's the top of a huge hill where you can see for miles. You can see Billingham and Seal Sands. Still a pretty big density of chemical companies, albeit not owned by ICI. I used to work on that sire straight out of uni, Agree Middlesbrough is grim until you get to the likes of Nunthorpe.

World of Flavours Italian Pizza Stone Set with 32cm Stone, Stand and Pizza Cutter £9.95 + £3.50 Delivery @ Harts Of Slur
Posted 25th JunPosted 25th Jun
Looks a decent price and well reviewed for a 32cm Pizza stone with a chrome serving rack and pizza cutter The perfect choice for cooking pizza and bread based foods, the World of … Read more

Just seen a square pizza stone tonight in Lidl for £9.99 looked good but I've already got a pizza stone.




In the stone (cheeky)


What does it mean by absorb moisture? Where does the moisture go


These are usually in Home Bargains for a fiver

Stainless Steel Pizza Ring Kit With Rotisserie, Pizza Stone & Shovel Fits 57cm BBQ's £123.99 Sold By Onlyfire & FB Amazon - Prime Exclusive
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Posted 22nd JunPosted 22nd Jun
On A lightning Deal Ends 15.30 Today Onlyfire sell the Rotisserie Ring & Pizza Kits as seperate units for £80 each (prime day deals) but this all in one looks a great option f… Read more

Looks a decent price if wanting to do either on your bbq.


I thought the same, certainly seems a bit fangled, reminds me of something out of the Saw movies


Not seen one tbh, might be worth typing the question on the page further down, they might respond to say if they do or don't


Looks like a lot of trouble and messing around for something so simple (lol)


Anything similar for a 47cm grill?

Weber Baking Stone (Pizza Stone) 36cm £12.99 + £3.99 delivery @ TKMaxx
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Posted 2nd MayPosted 2nd May
Weber Baking Stone (Pizza Stone) 36cm diameter Either £3.99 delivery to home or £1.99 delivery to store

My best laugh out loud moment today.


This is what I do, dress the pizza as quickly as possible and then quickly turn upside down straight onto the grate. Nothing can go wrong. (y)


If you put these in a proper pizza oven, they will crack in half (I know from.personal experience!!)


I have one already but this is a great price for a great bit of kit


Got a couple of these from Home Bargains a couple of years ago - branded Jamie Oliver - think they were £4.99 each.

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Kettle Charcoal BBQ with Pizza Oven, with Pizza Stone and Paddle £85 + £3.95 delivery @ Argos
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Posted 10th MarPosted 10th Mar
Kettle Charcoal BBQ with Pizza Oven, with Pizza Stone and Paddle £85 + £3.95 delivery @ Argos£88.95Argos Deals
A really good price for this Kettle Charcoal BBQ with Pizza Oven, it comes with a pizza stone, and paddle for £85.00 Pizza tonight, burgers tomorrow. Turn your outdoor space int… Read more

If I had one of those, every night would be pizza night. The oven is expensive, but think of the savings when your weekly shop is mostly flour, mozzarella and tomatoes. We've just had a new kitchen fitted, and I came across an integrated pizza oven. If only the budget could have stretched so far. For now, I have to stick with using my terracotta tile in the oven for pizza night.


Its worse than that. I want something better - and indoors... (see above)


The barbecue that isn't a Weber, is neither an Ooni. I am shocked! (y) I would love an Ooni too. (cheeky)


It certainly isn't an Ooni... said the man who'd like a P134HA with the thick biscotto to play with... but really cannot possibly justify it! (The HA rather than the ordinary H is my pathetic rationalisation that it could then have other uses...)


I have Weber envy too. One day. I even envy this deal. I have a similar kettle barbecue, but I don't have the pizza oven bit. I love making pizza in my regular oven, but I'd like to try making it in an oven with more heat. Are these any good?

Uniflame 13 Inch Ceramic Pizza Stone £8 + £2.95 Delivery @ George/Asda
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Posted 10th MarPosted 10th Mar
Uniflame 13 Inch Ceramic Pizza Stone £8 + £2.95 Delivery @ George/Asda£10.95George (Asda George) Deals
£8 for a 13 inch- 12mm thick ceramic pizza stone for occasional use seems good value. The Uniflame Ceramic Pizza Stone is the ideal size for many ready-made pizzas, and allows an… Read more

More than one skillet? Now what is the point of that?


They just cancelled my order


I can confirm this is amazing, and nicer than my local, it cooked the bottom perfectly, it makes 2 12" pizzas, I had a problem getting the pizza from the cutting board to the stone, I'm buying a pizza peel, that will sort this issue.


Vehemently disagree with this post Dr Oetker pizzas are nice, especially the pollo pesto one. Iceland Italian pizzas have a nice crust, sauce, and cheese, but the meats are very poor quality. Tesco pizzas suck Goodfellas takeaway pizza and Chicago Town tiger crust are my personal favs. Co op have the nicest store brand pizzas but they're expensive.


why the unpolished side