Super Peel In Action

These mercifully short videos (each under 50 seconds) should give you an idea of how effective and easy the Super Peel is to use.

In this video, Denyce uses the Super Peel for the first time to move a pizza. The Super Peel learning curve is short and flat. While Denyce is quite mechanically adept, I think just about anyone would find using it a breeze and a joy.

My typical pizza making routine involves transporting the pizza from our kitchen to the outdoor grill. I didn’t quite beat the thunderstorm in this video. The pizza was still good.

The Super Peel is for more than just pizza. Even the most delicate pie crust, layer cake or pastry creation can be transported safely from one place to another. And of course you can use it to move your free form bread loaves onto a hot baking stone easily and safely.

One video would have been sufficient to illustrate the Super Peel, but I was just having too much fun to stop there.

Occasionally, you’ll want to clean the Super Peel cloth. As this video shows, that’s easy too.

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Terry Carter March 18, 2013 at 8:05 am

Strawberry rhubarb pie! Oh man! I gotta get that rhubarb patch rejuvenated this year for sure! Thanks for the great super peel demos. I gotta have one. I now use parchment paper between the crust and the stone, but it limits me to 425. This looks like what I need to get up to 500.

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WildeGrainz November 2, 2012 at 12:18 am

Hi Eric,
I have my sights on purchasing this. It would be interesting to see a demo of a boule or batard being transfered using the super peel. Have you tried this and how well does it perform? Thanks in advance for the feedback!
Susan in Calgary

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Breadtopia November 2, 2012 at 2:52 am

Hi Susan,

Yes, it works fine, but not significantly better than a well floured regular peel. The main advantage of the Super Peel is for moving more delicate things.

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Patty January 17, 2011 at 12:46 am

The lattice for the pie video made me want to get up and start playing in the kitchen. Too bad it’s after midnight and I don’t have a Super Peel, yet. But watch out when I do.

Thanks for the videos. I just bought my first pizza stone. Now I will be getting my first Super Peel.

PS- What kind of pie was that?

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Breadtopia January 17, 2011 at 6:21 am

Hi Patty,

Strawberry rubarb.

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