TEST-KITCHEN PICKS: Pizza Cutters
Whether you make your own pies or often find
yourself fixing the delivery joint’s sloppy work,
you need a PIZZA CUTTER that can cut it!
Retrieving a sizzling pie from the oven without getting burned can be tricky. Hook the knob in the center of the PL8 Artisan Pizza Wheel under a hot rack to pull it toward you and you've got one less thing to worry about. $20, kitchenkapers.com
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If you're a nonstick lover, this one's for you. The Dexas Dough Prep Set comes with four surface-saving plastic blades so it not only cuts pizza but also handles pretty much anything else you want to do with dough. $15, bedbathandbeyond.com
Rach's new line of pizza gear features a peel, server, baking stone—and the Rachael Ray Cucina Pizza Wheel, with a stainless steel blade and a comfy acacia-wood handle to give your kitchen an old-school pizzeria vibe. $10, potsandpans.com
Not only is the Savora Pizza Wheel stylish (one tester called it "the Ferrari of the bunch") but it'll save you some scrubbing, too. The wheel's indents create air pockets to help cheese stay on the slice, not the slicer. $30, savorastyle.com
The safety guard on the FreshForce Pizza Wheel does double duty as a blade sharpener, so you're always ready to roll. $18, chefn.com
GOOD TO KNOW!
Pizza cutters aren't only for pizza! You can use yours to chop salads, slice herbs, trim piecrusts, divvy up quesadillas and much more. Oh, the pizza-bilities!