Baking/Pizza Stone (14x16-in.) by Kitchen Supply Co
For making the crispiest crusts on your pizza or bread, nothing works as nicely as a clay stone. Because it's made of clay (and because of its weight – about 10 pounds), it retains heat better and maintains an even cooking temperature from the center to the edges. The clay material also absorbs mois... See complete description »
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For making the crispiest crusts on your pizza or bread, nothing works as nicely as a clay stone. Because it's made of clay (and because of its weight – about 10 pounds), it retains heat better and maintains an even cooking temperature from the center to the edges. The clay material also absorbs moisture – thus, a crispy crust. This stone also includes the new "Heat Core" feature, which has been been incorporated into the stones to concentrate heat at the center to deliver a delicious crispy crust evenly throughout your pizza. This solves the occasional problem of an under-baked center while the outer edge is perfectly crisp and crunchy. Made for baking pizza, it's also great for baking flat breads, rolls and focaccia. Also safe for temperatures exceeding 500 degrees.
The original baking stone for home use was introduced by Old Stone Oven in 1973, designed by international pizza expert, Pasquale Bruno. The stones are known for having a porosity and heat retention that is unmatched for giving a delicate crispy, restaurant-quality crust to any pizza, focaccia or bread in a standard home oven. Pressed under 100 tons of pressure and fired at over 2000°F., the stones are extremely durable and can also be used on both charcoal and gas grills. Old Stone Oven continues to manufacture its stones in the USA from a proprietary blend of domestic clays.
I first ordered ti in early December for a gift. It was sent to the wrong person and wrong state. The second was re-ordered but they backordered it for several weeks. When tth second one arrived it was split diagonally across the middle. They had me thrw it out and sent me another one. It was also cracked. After that I didn't ask for another of the that model but instead ordered another brand that they Stocked. OLD STONE OVEN. It arrived fine and is baking like it should. Perfect browining and baking. Just have to pre-heat a little longer. I would but this brand again.
was much too large for my oven and much too heavy - coulnd't even return it because it cost almost as much as the item so I will regift it.
My husband likes cookies cooked on a stone. This stone was terrible with chocolate chip cookies. Even though I preheated the stone, the top would be cooked on but raw on the bottom. Im sure this stone is great for cooking pizza and things like that, but for what I got it for is not worth it
on the first use the stone was so badly stained that i had to scrub with soft scrub to clean it and it is still stained.
I tried the stone for Pizza and was very disappointed. The Pizza did not slide easily (as a matter of fact it stuck and oozed )onto the marble. Even lots of corn meal did not help the pizza slide on or off the marble.
The marble stained on first use and would not clean again.
Maybe I just need to practice more with the item.
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