Another item that would be nice is a docker. It rolls over the dough and pierces little holes in the dough. This helps keep the dough from having air pockets that bubble up during the cooking/baking process. A docker is round with a handle and nail like spikes sticking out. I don't have one at home but we used them a lot when I was working. At home, I just use a fork and prick the dough all over with the prongs.
The next tool you may want is a pizza peel. This is a flat like board (also in metal) used to slide under the dough and place it onto a hot pizza stone or oven rack. It can retrieve the pizza from the stone or rack too. You may even cut your pizza on the peel. I don't use one at home but I do use a pizza stone to bake on.
|Pizza Baking Stone|
You can make your pizzas rectangular or round and use sided pans. Some like to do this and keep their pizza dough thicker. Kind of on the order of Chicago style pizza. Try it all ways for a little spice in your life.
|Pizza Cutter & Server|
Some people like to add a little Parmesan cheese and/or red pepper flakes to their slice. So you might want to have a shaker of each available.
All these items can be found at my favorite store, Kohl's. Pizza dough recipe tomorrow.