Pizzacraft™ Round Pizza Stone
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Perfect pizza, breads and flatbreads are only minutes away with Pizzacraft’s round pizza stone. The ceramic stone heats evenly, with no hot spots, to produce a uniformly browned crust. The stone is also a great way to quickly reheat foods in the oven for a crisp finish.
- Made of cordierite ceramic for durability and thermal-shock resistance.
- Holds heat exceptionally well, keeping oven temperature steady (the benefit of brick-oven baking).
- Pulls moisture from the outer surface of the dough to promote perfect crustiness.
- Requires no seasoning or conditioning.
- Ideal for indoor oven or outdoor grill.
- 16 1/2" diam., 1/2" thick.
- Made in China.
- Use & Care
- Preheat the stone in the oven for maximum heat retention.
- The stone may be left in the oven at all times. Repeated use will harden the stone further and improve its baking performance.
- Always allow the stone to cool before removing from the oven.
- Do not place pastry or cookies directly on the stone; the butter or fat content will cause the stone to smoke.
- Prior to first use, wash the stone in plain water.
- Allow the stone to cool completely after use. Brush off any residue and use a nylon pad (without soap) to remove any burnt bits.
- Hand-wash with water only. Do not use soap or detergent.
- To remove stains, make a paste of baking soda and water, apply with a brush, and rinse off.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by TxWoman from Huge mistake Too big for my use. Fills my full size oven, smell of fumes overwhelmed my house. Too big to use outside. Food sticks to it so bad I couldn't get it clean enough. It smokes every time I try to use it. Can't even give it away. To expensive to through away. Will use it in the garden for a stepping stoneDate published: 2015-12-11Rated 1 out of 5 by mumbee from horrible and waste of money My experience with this stone was terrible. The pizza stuck to the stone so badly that when I removed the stuck pizza (after much work) pieces of the stone tore off with the pizza crust.Date published: 2015-03-28