Super Peel was invented by a young girl named Jennifer and her father, to help them transfer their pizzas to their hot oven stone.
As legend would have it, one year for Father’s Day, Jennifer gave her father a pizza stone. Initially, there was excitement over the possibilities of better pizzas! However, this excitement was to be very short lived. After a few misguided “pizza sliding” attempts (along with, ahem!, lots of smoke and mess!), the initial excitement waned, tensions built, and impatience ruled. The pizza stone was forever banished from both the oven and the kitchen, and was retired to permanent residence under the living room sofa. A year or so later, Jennifer asked her Mom why Daddy was “not using that pizza thing I got him anymore.” The resultant feelings of guilt led them on a father and daughter quest for a better and more predictable way to deliver the dough. Jennifer and her Dad toiled for many months in the secrecy of their basement laboratory. The successful end result of their quest was the first Super Peel.
The Super Peel was conceived for sliding pizzas onto a hot pizza stone. However, its versatility for many other common baking and dough handling tasks became immediately apparent.
“I still use it every time I make bread. I still can't believe the ease in transferring breads to the stone. I say a little thank you, each time I use it.”
— Ann from British Columbia