Five microwavable serving trays that fit snugly inside the container. Air vent on the lid makes microwaving easy. Trays stack on top of one another and are microwaveable. Keeps crust from getting soggy when i reheat it.
This set uses an expandable pie slice shaped container. The container comfortably fits 5 pieces of pizza at a time. Theres dividers for the pizza. My work around is to lay down a sheet of wax paper on top of the divider.
This leftover pizza holder is pretty awesome. Great for easy storage. This leftover storage container is a marvel invention.
The silicone makes for easy cleaning. Great that can be cleaned in dishwasher. Easy to clean on the dishwasher and to use in the microwave.
The slices still get squished. The dividers don't do much but separate the slices. Locking tabs very easy to break.
I go to repurchase (which i reluctantly did) and it was $25. But honestly, this is over priced.
But the results are totally worth it. It will last a lifetime if properly cared for.
It’s a slab of metal, but nicely manufactured. Steel has it over stone hands down. Dense and heavy.
Pizza snobs love it. This thing is a beast. The steel stone is awesome!
This steel is great. This steel works fantastic! Highly recommended. I hope this information helps you.
It is wide and smooth and heavy and awkward to lift out of the oven and into the sink to clean off. It weighs 25 pounds so it is highly unlikely that your wife will want to move this monster to the over every time you want to use it.
The nerd chef stone takes too long to heat up. This means that the crust will cook until it burns. My old perforated aluminum pan cooks 100 times better than this and gives me a perfect crust.
It's just iron with enough carbon in it composite to quality it as steel but it rusts and may not be really safe. Rusted after day 1. It's not like it was soaking in hot acidic water.
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