I'm not cooking with a special pizza oven; I'm just using a regular oven with a pizza stone. However, I don't have a pizza peel. What can I use to put the pizza onto the stone? Any way I can make a makeshift pizza peel?
Use a cookie tray. Turn it upside down. Place a piece of parchment on the upside down tray. Build your pizza on the the upside down, parchment covered tray. Slide the parchment, with pizza, onto your pizza stone. You may find a spatula or tongs helpful to reverse the process once the pizza is cooked.
Edit: In an attempt to make those of you with concerns feel a bit better, just wait a few minutes, until the crust firms up, then slip the parchment out. Finish cooking without parchment. Use tongs or spat to remove cooked pizza back to underside of tray.
Roll out the dough on a board, get the size you want. The dough is well floured as is the board when rolling my 70% hydration dough. Have a piece of parchment ready, and then flop the dough across yourforearm and flop the dough on top of the parchment on the board. Then use the bottom of a rimmed sheet pan (the upside is down) push the long side of the pan next to the board with dough that is on the parchment. Pull the pizza onto sheet pan bottom using the parchment. Open the oven, with long edge of the pan facing the oven, put the sheet pan edge furthest away from you on the back edge of thepizza stone or pizza steel. Slighly tilt the pan and giggle it until the pizza starts to slide of and hits the stone or steel and pull the sheet pan away.