Oven peel

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Gday
Im looking to buy an oven peel here in Australia, the only peel I can find is TMB in the states. Can anyone help?
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Danubian 2007 June 27

It depends what type of peel you are looking for. By that I mean are you looking for a peel for a commercial bakery to be used on a setter oven with a deep baking chamber, or are you looking for a short handled pizza oven peel?

If you require a long handled peel, I'd suggest one of the oven importers such as [url=http://www.rvo.com.au/main.htm][b]RVO Enterprises[/b][/url] who import [url=http://www.polin.it/html_pane_artigianale/forni_camere.html][b]Polin[/b][/url] setter ovens, they'll be able to supply you with a peel typical for an oven of those dimentions. However, if you're looking for the latter option I'd suggest one of the catering equipment supply houses eg. Caterers Warehouse, etc.

[b]Disclaimer:[/b] [size=85]I have no financial interest in any of these companies[/size]

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Bill44 2007 June 28

I'm one of those wierd people who never uses a peel. I dump straight from my proving basket straight onto my baking stone.
People argue that the heat loss while the oven door is open will ruin the loaves, I don't have that problem, I have a rapid recovery oven and a good big ceramic baking stone and find that temperature is recovered in about 1 minute.

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Danubian 2007 June 28

[quote="Bill44"]I'm one of those wierd people who never uses a peel. I dump straight from my proving basket straight onto my baking stone.
People argue that the heat loss while the oven door is open will ruin the loaves, I don't have that problem, I have a rapid recovery oven and a good big ceramic baking stone and find that temperature is recovered in about 1 minute.[/quote]

G'day Bill, sounds like a pretty good oven; but imagine the ease of cutting your dough pieces - or any other preparation that you fancy - outside the oven while the dough piece is on the peel; then loading it quickly with minimal heat loss, you might just be pleasantly surprised.

Besides, Bill, a handy bloke like you could make a really beautiful wooden peel, an artistic piece with beautiful figure in the grain. It sounds nice just to look at let alone utilising it!

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Danubian 2007 June 28

This might be just the ticket for domestic use.

[img]http://www.hearthkitchen.com/store_v2.2/imagemagic.php?img=images/wood_peel.jpg&w=281&h=230&page=popup[/img]

Or perhaps you're into metal rather than wood

[img]http://www.hearthkitchen.com/store_v2.2/imagemagic.php?img=images/wood_aluminum_peel.jpg&w=262&h=231&page=popup[/img]

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Bill44 2007 June 28

Yes it is a good oven, double oven as a matter of fact, (list price $3000.00)and it came with a peel. Tried it once and went straight back to the method I've been using for the past 27 years.

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