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*STUDENTS* DISCOUNT CHEAPER THAN DOMINO'S PIZZA DEALS 35% off when you spend £25+ e.g large meteor pizza, dominoes cookies, cheesy dough balls and chicken strippers £20.77
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I just ordered a large meteor pizza, dominoes cookies, cheesy dough balls and chicken strippers from dominoes for £20.77. Student beans offer a discount of 35% off of £25+ spent.… Read more
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depends how much you are ordering, there is a site which cannot be mentioned here that gives you all dominos codes by region. A lot of the time you can get say £10 off £25 which is better than 35% if you are not spending that much
sprocket12 m ago

These comments always make me laugh at peoples stupidity.Where do you …These comments always make me laugh at peoples stupidity.Where do you stop. Why buy Chinese from a takeaway when I can buy everything from Poundland.In fact I better not have that milkshake from McDonalds, ill drink from the cow, or buy clothes in Next, the charity shop is cheaper.If you don't link Dominos, then why open this post at all.


Why reply?
If you like em them you eat em.
These comments always make me laugh at peoples stupidity.
Where do you stop. Why buy Chinese from a takeaway when I can buy everything from Poundland.
In fact I better not have that milkshake from McDonalds, ill drink from the cow, or buy clothes in Next, the charity shop is cheaper.
If you don't link Dominos, then why open this post at all.



SixtyFive26th Jan

The biggest rip off in the world is buying a pizza from a chain.

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Biggest prawn I've ever seen
Is it just me, or does it look like a big cheesy slug in that picture
Jamie Oliver Pizza Stone 70% off  £9 - Debenhams instore & online
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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 on… Read more
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
Debenhams haven't got the £9 one in stock but they have the identical one in at £15!!!
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).
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.
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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VonHaus 3 in 1 BBQ Grill Pizza Oven Smoker with Temp Gauge Pizza Stone Portable. Ebay / Amazon / domu.co.uk (seller domu-uk) - £49.99
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For £49.99 delivered, I figured after 5 uses it will have paid for itself, having just invested in a pizza stone and happy with the results from the gas oven, I now want something … Read more
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Oos
Get a Uuni or even better a brick built oven. These are woeful, no temperature control at all.
the thin sides of these ovens means you need a lot of fuel to get it to reach and stay at the desired temperature, the stone or clay ones contain the heat a lot better.
Not sure if it has been tried but maybe this oven could be better insulated by using it as a mould for a clay cover.
dale86uk7 h, 8 m ago

You say upvc like it's a bad thing...


Yes, yes I do. Asides from being fugly, it's a very bad thing but I'm not sure this thread should concentrate on upvc.
Bizarre.
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Jamie Oliver Ceramic Pizza Stone  - Robert Dyas + 5% TCB + Free C&C - £8.49
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With code - RDFEB15 & free C&C Whether you’re cooking up an Italian feast or perfecting your homemade margherita, this ceramic pizza stone from the Jamie Oliver range wil… Read more
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Wouldn't be without one, but mine is from home bargains.
IWOOTN

​and another £4:99 delivery



​well u can always wait when u get close enough to one alot around.
dereklogan7

Home Bargains have one on offer occasionally for £2.99. I got one and it … Home Bargains have one on offer occasionally for £2.99. I got one and it looks the same as this. Worth getting one, it does make a big difference to your pizza.



​ok I got it thought they were 3.99 or 5.99 something when I got it.they do have them in.
killstreak

same stone available at home bargains for £4.99



​and another £4:99 delivery
same stone available at home bargains for £4.99
38cm Pizza Stone £10 + £3.95 delivery @ ProCook
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38cm Pizza Stone delivered for under £14. I've just ordered 2. The 28cm Pizza Stone is just £3.99 + delivery Heads up- Best Authentic Naples pizza flour is called Caputo 00 tipo… Read more
Also in home bargains for about £4
Have a look in Aldi, picked up what looks like the same thing with a cutter for £3.99.

It's this one they must have been selling them off half price.
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Bosch pizza stone shelf and paddle only 1p + £2.99 delivery @ Bosch
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Part no 552829 Includes wooden pizza paddle. Fits bosch 60cm oven. Delivery is £2.99 though
Yep got mine back as well
just got my refund through without having to ask for it.
Yay! Thanks you guys, I now checked my Paypal account, and it is there, assumed I'd get an email about it but didn't. woohoo!
Got my paypal refund today too, after escalating to a claim.
I have just received an email from PayPal saying that I have received my refund and just checked my PayPal account and it has been confirmed
World of Flavours Italian Pizza Stone Set £5 prime / £9.75 non prime @ Amazon
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World Of Flavours Italian pizza stone set heats evenly and absorbs moisture to produce a crispy based pizza every time. This pizza stone set includes a pizza baking stone, a heavy … Read more
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KellyC75

Love it :)Not been to collect my tesco order yet, as waiting for it all … Love it :)Not been to collect my tesco order yet, as waiting for it all to arrive...been so many deals if late from there, think I'll need a trolley to collect it all!! Lol



Haha.... Im seriously thinking I could do with one of them old bird pull along tartan wheeled trolleys things to take around with me to collect my bargains in!! ...... some even come with little built in seats y'know so you can have a little rest if all the shopping wears you out!!! pmsl X)
Nah, good few years to go till I think I can enable meself to begin desiring old person stuff like that! xx
Pinksparkles1973

Bah!....what do men know! ... my hubby didn't think we "needed" the … Bah!....what do men know! ... my hubby didn't think we "needed" the vast range of everythingness that I have purchased over time, that ok I'll admit might not get to see the light of day very often, especially when my latest acquisition resulted in a typical man moment of "Do we reeeeeally need another health grill?" ...... well when he was tucking into the best steak of his life, (his words!) perfectly cooked on above mentioned grill (Tefal Optigrill) he had to eat his words and admit I was right!! :3Off to tesco now to collect my boden mugs and pizza stone..... Told him where I was going, he just rolled his eyes.... but did smile tho! xx



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Not been to collect my tesco order yet, as waiting for it all to arrive...been so many deals if late from there, think I'll need a trolley to collect it all!! Lol
KellyC75

Someone who understands at last!My hubby thinks we dont need a pizza … Someone who understands at last!My hubby thinks we dont need a pizza stone and it will be sat in the bottom of a cupboard!!!



Bah!....what do men know! ... my hubby didn't think we "needed" the vast range of everythingness that I have purchased over time, that ok I'll admit might not get to see the light of day very often, especially when my latest acquisition resulted in a typical man moment of "Do we reeeeeally need another health grill?" ...... well when he was tucking into the best steak of his life, (his words!) perfectly cooked on above mentioned grill (Tefal Optigrill) he had to eat his words and admit I was right!!
Off to tesco now to collect my boden mugs and pizza stone.....
Told him where I was going, he just rolled his eyes.... but did smile tho! xx
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pizza stone only £5 @ amazon with prime
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pizza stone,great for making crispy pizzas
Received today - in many pieces!
Just received mine. Looks really good. As usual Amazon packed it in a massive box.
Back in stock and ordered!!
Ave it.:)
its back there for gbp 5.00, earlier on it had gone. just got one too
13 inch Pizza Stone, Pizza Wheel and Stand £3.99 @ Home Bargains
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Bought one today at Bradford branch asked and was told its a national deal they are at least a tenner elsewhere Home Bargains, for those on phones that can't see the retailer. - … Read more
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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
Great kit for the price heat added
chodu666

Can these be used on the bbq?


Trying reading the post two above yours.
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.
13" ProCook Pizza Stone Half Price at £7.99 + £4.95 delivery at ProCook
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This pizza stone is currently on sale at £7.99 instead of £16. I have a similar one which cost me £18 so this looks a bargain. It makes your pizza bases really crispy like the prof… Read more
Bought a Jamie Oliver one in tkmaxx the other day for £5, this is cold.
Similar were £3.99 at Home And Bargain last year. Don't know if they still stock them but worth a look. Mine still going strong.
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Whilst a pizza stone is ok (better than an oven rack on it's own, it does rely on thermodynamics different materials heating faster / slower than others.

Where these fail somewhat is the fact that they often require more temp time than a modern oven takes to heat up in order to see the effect of crisping the bottom out, often utterly useless if you are in a rush so simply pop in a pizza from frozen & oven from cold, & expect it to perform.

As an alternative, (& plugging dunelm again here ...a not bad, light & cheap alternative (especially for the cold oven cold pizza shovers in) is a string fibre type crosshatch material shoved under the pizza, they sell em for helping out oven chips crisp up too, ..not brilliant but not bad either, ..worth mentioning.
Except is not half price, it's half price plus a substantial delivery charge.
The total cost including delivery should be in the title, not having the silent charge tucked away at the very end of the description
Did you order one? Seems reasonably priced to me. Making scratch pizzas is so easy and fun...promise me you won't be using it just to reheat Chicago town stuff? If you make bread you will notice the difference in the crust and spring of the bread / pizza when using a well-warmed stone or similar device. Very different to a baking tray. Uri
Pizza Stone with Paddle - £7.95 at Amazon  (free delivery £10 spend/prime)
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was looking for a pizza paddle, then i saw this 1 already included with the ceramic stone. paddle alone costs about same price as this set, if not more. got mine delivered. boug… Read more
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ordered two. Now had email cancelling however they are still available on amazon for same price??

thanks! was looking for this.
thank you. ordered!
I've always found pizza stones crack when they become oily, maybe just me but I only cook dry foods on mine or use a liner if something is oily and my current one is over a year old and lives in the oven so been heated at least 200 times.
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yeah mixed reviews. hopefully ours would last, as i really love it. been using it quite a while now, more than 10x. those sauce stains in the stone just adds flavour to the cooking food the more u use it. we even use ours for cooking bacon/steaks. sounds unhygienic though as it's not washable just like any other pizza stone of this type. but it lives inside our oven.

i use lime or lemon peel to scrape off bits after every usage.
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Andrew James 33cm Pizza Stone Set With Heavy Duty Chrome Stand Includes Pizza Cutter £9.99 plus £2.99 P&P @ Andrew James UK LTD.  / Amazon
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Dispatched from and sold by Andrew James UK LTD. Andrew James Pizza Stone - Pizza Cutter Included ( Please note we only ship this item to UK Mainland) 33 cm Pizza Stone Set , Inclu… Read more
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Got this one for Xmas and it's brilliant.
chrsinne

Just another waste of space!!!

Do you mean the overdoing of the !!! is a waste of space, the post is a waste of space or owning a pizza stone is a waste of space?
Just another waste of space!!!
I have bought this one and one from home bargains.

They are pretty much the exact same.

Except homebargains is £4
Jamie Oliver pizza stone £12.50 @ Debenhams
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Free delivery to store, 50% discount Pizza stone is great for cooking pizza's evenly. It absorbs moisture and heats up evenly to produce pizza with an authentic crispy base. Perf… Read more
I'd rather have an Oliver Stone Jamie pizza
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Can anyone confirm if it's still available?
agreed, the home bargains one is brill
damo1972

I love deals like this, take a piece of cr*p associate it with someone … I love deals like this, take a piece of cr*p associate it with someone famous and triple the price! Got to be a bargain.



Yep, an identical looking one with a pizza cutter also included in the box is often on sale for £3.99 in Home Bargains. I bought 2 of them last year in case one cracked, but the first one is still going strong. Threw the pizza cutter away though as we already had a decent one.
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Jamie Oliver Pizza Stone & Stand at Staines Tesco for £4.50 instore
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Tesco Home at Staines Branch. Instore only. Jamie Oliver Pizza Stone reduced from £18 to £4.50. 10 left on clearance shelf.. http://www.tesco.com/direct/jamie-oliver-pizza-stone/… Read more
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I always tend to put some olive oil into a flat frying pan and place the dough which has been rolled out to the pans size and gently fry the base whilst it popping on the sauce and toppings. After a few mins pop the whole pan under the grill. Comes out almost identical to that of Pizza Hut, if that's your thing.
wendy07

use an iron griddle (smooth or otherwise) pan .. heat on hob .. when … use an iron griddle (smooth or otherwise) pan .. heat on hob .. when hot put in pizza dough/base and add toppings .. as base is partly cooking .. then into oven . this makes perfect pizzas and way better than any pizza stone.



That's a brilliant idea. I have a griddle pan from M&S, but in order to miinimise waste, I removed the box and everything inside and now I don't even know if the handle is oven proof! I must say you're very resourceful!
aym280

Thanks to the energy giants whose bosses go home with £2m package, baking … Thanks to the energy giants whose bosses go home with £2m package, baking a stone for 20 minutes is now an extravagance, and on top of that, one has to factor into the standing charge!



use an iron griddle (smooth or otherwise) pan .. heat on hob .. when hot put in pizza dough/base and add toppings .. as base is partly cooking .. then into oven . this makes perfect pizzas and way better than any pizza stone.
I've broken 2 so far, but I noticed they always break where the buildup of oil is. Since I stopped cutting my pizzas on the stone and transferred them to a plate first I've had no issues.
Hm, the way these stones tend to break you're better off getting a bakestone cast iron thing!
Pizza Maker for £29.95 delivered Sold by Home & Travel and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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A pizza maker including pizza stone for making perfect pizzas at home for under £30. Used to be £99. Seems worth a try, its Amazon, so you can always return it if you don't like i… Read more
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had this for a few months now, it bakes pizzas so well I love it, always crispy bases. they still sell them on Amazon. great value
Roger_Irrelevant

Yep, made little or no difference, the tomato puree/pesto(? basically … Yep, made little or no difference, the tomato puree/pesto(? basically thick tomato juice) soaks into the bread in the middle because no hot air can get to it in time.



If you're making home made pizza you need to learn that less is more. Don't put more than a table spoon of sauce on a medium sized pizza, and really only top with cheese and perhaps some dry ish ingredients like meats and precooked veg with low water content. But frankly, tomato, cheese and basil is all you need

Stone should be preheated at oven max for ~40 mins before baking the pizza
Edited by: "MonkeyG0D" 23rd Oct 2014
I do mine in my halogen cooker, they come very nice in that .
skykid3

I must be in the minority, I actually like my pizza slightly soggy!



I don't mind it, but it's more of a knife and fork job.

Eating a homemade pizza being able to pick up each slice was somewhat of a 2001: A Space Odyssey moment.
Roger_Irrelevant

Never had any luck with the stones as they prevent air getting to the … Never had any luck with the stones as they prevent air getting to the centre of the bread, so you end up with a soggy bottom. oOFar better with one of these for £6, very heavy and they do work as I made my first "takeaway quality" pizza with it last week (pre-bake the base). :)http://www.amazon.co.uk/ProCook-Stick-Pizza-Tray-36-5cm/dp/B0093EHH5U




I must be in the minority, I actually like my pizza slightly soggy!
Jamie Oliver Pizza Stone and Serving Rack reduced to £4, Tesco Longton
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Jamie Oliver Pizza Stone and Serving Rack reduced to £4 in Tesco Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, there was a shelf full at 5:30 PM today. Not sure if national.
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Just spotted one and chanced it. £18
i want one wonder whether my local will have any left, will try tomorrow
These are fantastic. I have one at home, brought mine for 15 quid I think. Amazing pizza, would never bake on a regular tray now.
deeboy

I would love one of these at that price. Has anyone else found it another … I would love one of these at that price. Has anyone else found it another store?



I've seen these in various TK maxx stores for around this price.
just been in, its on the clearance shelf at the back end of isle. about 6 left. theyre £4.50 aswell
Pizza stone at sainsburys now on clearance from £12 to £2.40!
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Saw the other deal in sainsburys for this earlier so went in store to buy it, and to my surprise it was marked up for even cheaper! Found this one in the Bedford store and there w… Read more
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Thanks for posting op!
I managed to get a couple the other day. Not used yet but going to try one in my BBQ to do a pizza as can get temps much hotter than an oven..
The Weber one I was after is about £35 so will try these first.
they had about 10 left in stirling yesterday on a end of aisle shelf
jonohanson

Mine gets left in the oven, had it over 4 years like this, I occasionally … Mine gets left in the oven, had it over 4 years like this, I occasionally season it with oil, its now very non stick and oven hardened.



what a brilliant idea leaving in oven.
got one to try thanks heat addd
Pizza Stone 70% Off £3.60 @ Sainsburys Instore
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I picked a couple of these up today in Sainsburys. There was a lot of kitchenware reduced upto 70% off well worth a look if you're passing. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
superspod

I have one. Good for fresh but useless for frozen. Personally I wouldn't … I have one. Good for fresh but useless for frozen. Personally I wouldn't bother.



I wholeheartedly agree with the first bit, but I only really eat fresh so will always have one. I probably also wouldn't bother if I liked deep pan, but for thin and crispy bases they are great.
benjus

So about 21p extra for an electric oven...

depends how many pizzas you eat
chocci

for fresh pizzas then yes but bear in mind the substantial increase in … for fresh pizzas then yes but bear in mind the substantial increase in energy costs due to having to heat the stone for 30 minutes before



So about 21p extra for an electric oven...
I have one. Good for fresh but useless for frozen. Personally I wouldn't bother.
donaldduck2

Do these make a huge difference?


for fresh pizzas then yes but bear in mind the substantial increase in energy costs due to having to heat the stone for 30 minutes before
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