1 Dreamfarm Scizza
Getting clean cuts on your sausage-topped slices can be a frustrating task. Ditch the flimsy wheel and wield some sturdy scissors instead. The Scizza’s lower blade includes a nonstick, nylon spatula tip that slides underneath the crust as you snip— making it a breeze to lift and serve once your slice is free.
2 Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Oven
Cramped kitchen keeping you from taking your crust to the next level? Fuhgeddaboutit—plop the Pronto onto your gas stovetop and you’ll have a 600-degree pizza oven. Just add dough and your favorite toppings and you can delete that Domino’s app.
3 Tillman 50 MIG Gloves
Pizza is great—burning your hands while preparing it is not. Avoid skin grafts and pick up gloves that can take the heat. The Tillman 50s are made for welding, so they provide valuable digital dexterity and can certainly withstand searing crusts, scalding sauce, and sizzling cheese.
4 Joseph Joseph Twist Grater
The cheese you require comes in blocks. (Preshredded cheese is a crime against humanity.) Toss the old box grater and get a tool that will help you do the job right. The Twist’s twist is its handle, which pivots on an angle to assume a superior position for grating formaggio.
5 Tilit Color Block Apron
You’ll be slinging flour, olive oil, and sauce, so you’ll need an apron. The waxed canvas and selvage denim Color Block will protect your street threads and make you look and feel like a real chef. Plus, chest and side pockets keep all your essential gear close at hand.
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Frank’s source: https://www.wired.com/story/pizza-making-tools/
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