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These are great little measuring spoons. They are very durable, worth buying a couple sets. These were supposed to be my backup set to my nice measuring spoons, but they ended up being the primary ones I go to because the nice round shape makes it easier to get ingredients out. Buy a few!
Jeffrey B. Posted on 08/08/2010
This item is solidly constructed, though I wish the wooden handle was sealed so it wouldn't feel so raw and "splintery." But it doesn't impair the performance of the peel, and the blade ships sealed in a plastic. It's very sturdy, 16" in width, and easily lifts pizza out of the oven. Great value.
Tim T. Posted on 05/24/2013
This ice bucket is the best! Looks sleek and modern, but the best part is the ice stays forever! The bucket is very well insulated, so much that I have waken in the morning to ice...not water! Love it!
Lisa E. from Idea-Solution Inc. Posted on 11/15/2012
This menu was one of my favorite purchases! This is one of those rare instances in online purchasing where the pictures don't do the product justice. They look even better up close. Very fine quality! These menus are elegant; colors are classy - a definite recommend.
Grace L. from Simplee Sushi Posted on 12/27/2010
I've owned a nice, thick, Round Pizza Stone for years, and won't cook a Pizza without one. A proper Stone heats the Pizza evenly, gives a nice firm crust (not soggy), and never, ever sticks. I've been looking for a long time for a Square version of my old stone, and finally found one at The Webstaurant Store. Why a Square Stone ? For one thing, they're more versatile. A Square Stone works well with Pizza of any shape; Round Stones don't do well with Square Pizzas at all. I've been planning to do a Square Pizza for years - now I can ! (Though I haven't yet). But I also found an unexpected benefit: sometimes my old Round Stone is tricky to grasp. Recognizing this, it came with a handled carrier made of heavy wire, which I am constantly misplacing. A Square Stone needs no such device; due to its straight sides it's easy to grasp all by itself. I'm thinking my old Round Stone just might be ready for Retirement.
John T. Posted on 03/14/2011