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Lidl Is Selling A Tray Tower That Lets You Cook Four Pizzas At Once

Lidl Is Selling A Tray Tower That Lets You Cook Four Pizzas At Once

When you've got a house full of hungry mouths to feed, there's nothing quite as convenient as pizza - and thanks to Lidl, this is now an even more convenient option.

The discount supermarket brought back their four-tiered baking tray tower on Thursday (4 June), meaning you can bang four in the oven at once.

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Four at once - for gatherings we're not currently allowed to have. Credit: Lidl
Four at once - for gatherings we're not currently allowed to have. Credit: Lidl

The Zenker Pizza Baking Set is made with a 'high quality non-stick coating' and can be folded away so it doesn't clutter up your kitchen cupboards. It also comes with a three year warranty and will set you back just £9.99.

So if you're keen to save time next time you have mates around - whenever the hell that blessed day comes - then you might wanna grab one of these.

In the meantime, you can pop it on the kitchen counter and have a long old stare at it, dreaming of the day you're allowed mates around and it's stacked with slabs of cheesy, greasy good times.

Are you the kind of person who should own a four-tier pizza tray tower? Credit: Lidl
Are you the kind of person who should own a four-tier pizza tray tower? Credit: Lidl
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If you want to be prepped for the return of hot weather, then you may want to head down to Aldi too to pick up some 'climate control bedding'.

The bedding is made with ADVANSA Fibre Technology, that 'wicks away any moisture which helps to keep you cool and comfortable throughout the night'.

The climate control range is comprised of duvets (super king, £15.99, king £12.99, double, £9.99), mattress protectors (king, £7.99, double, £6.99) and pillows (£5.99 for a pair).

You can get your hands on the climate control bedding online from 7 June and in stores from 11 June.

Credit: Aldi
Credit: Aldi

If your room does get hot at night, then this could be a good option - particularly as we're repeatedly told we shouldn't go to sleep with a fan on at night.

According to The Sleep Advisor, we shouldn't do this because as a fan moves air around the room, it causes flurries of dust and pollen to make their way into your sinuses. This in turn can cause you bother, especially if you have asthma or allergies.

The dust can also cause sinus or eye irritation (if you sleep with your eyes open, which you may well do for all you know) and the constant blasting of air can dry out your skin too.

If you can't get your hands on the Aldi bedding and your room is too hot to sleep in, my top tip is to put your pillow case in the fridge shortly before you go to bed. If it's really hot, slightly dampen the pillow before putting it in the fridge - but don't leave it in so long that it turns into an ice sheet.

Featured Image Credit: Lidl

Topics: Food, UK News, lidl, Pizza

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.