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Baking Steel

What Is the Difference Between Steel and Stone for Cooking Pizza?

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Pizza Stone or Pizza Steel - please help me decide

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by nikkib99 5 years ago

I work my tail off(ok, for 2 whole minutes) before pizza day to make no-knead pizza dough. I also spend hours drinking wine whilst waiting for homemade pizza sauce to cook from san marzano tomatoes...

Help with pizza stone

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by mezzodiva54 5 years ago

Hi, I have scoured the 'net for an answer for this, and come up empty. I have a pizza stone whose surface has become rough and uneven in a couple of places, near the outer edge, each instance a co...

Baking Steel/Pizza Steel

PattiCakes
by PattiCakes 5 years ago

My husband just acquired one of these, but I have only had experience with a baking stone. Can someone chime in with guidance? It is HEAVY. Really really heavy (30+ lbs). I don't know how I feel ab...

Bialetti pizza stone preheating?

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by hotpie0523 5 years ago

I recently received this pizza stone for my bridal shower: http://www.amazon.com/Bialetti-Piece-Pizza-Stone-Set/dp/B00020E3NI/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top?ie=UTF8 In the flurry of unwrapping, washin...

Confusing Information on using and caring for pizza stones.

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by marlau 7 years ago

I recently inherited 4 pizza stones of different sizes and configurations. Two flat, one deep dish and one rectangular with a lip. Went searching for instructions and here is what I came up with. ...

Got a new pizza stone. What else can I use it for?

Sandwich_Sister
by Sandwich_Sister 5 years ago

I got a new pizza stone after my old one was dropped when moving. I'm looking for good recipes on beyond pizza. What else can I use it for?

How to clean a pizza stone

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by pasta 10 years ago

I have had my pizza stone for 20 years.. I clean it with a damp cloth after each but over time it has blackened and now those areas tend to smoke in the oven when I use it. Any suggestions on best...

Baking Steel--Great Specialty Tool (For Pizza)

kaleokahu
by kaleokahu 5 years ago

So, I'm still on the learning curve with my new sheet of 1/2" steel. Last night I made the best pizza yet, and I didn't even have to resort to heroics to get the temperature up past 650F. With th...

Pizza Stone (or Tiles) Oven Position

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by Philly Ray 7 years ago

When using a pizza stone (or unglazed tiles) is it placed directly on the bottom of the oven or on an oven rack at the lowest position? It's high time I started making pizzas at home.

Perplexing Problem with Pizza Stone

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by overthinkit 5 years ago

Hi All, I have a pizza stone that I've had for years... it's outlasted 3 different ovens. My ovens (all electric) have gotten progressively better. I now have a KitchenAid dual-fuel double ove...

My New Pizza Steel--Best Way to Season?

kaleokahu
by kaleokahu 5 years ago

So, right before Thanksgiving, I stopped at a metal recycler and had them cut me a 14x20 piece of 1/2" plate steel to use as a pizza "stone". It's coated with machine oil, but otherwise is pretty s...

Can a pizza stone left on the bottom rack of your oven, mess up cooking times ?

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by josephlapusata 5 years ago

I always keep the pizza/bread stone in the oven. I never bake cakes, cookies, or pastry with the exception of this time of year. Can the stone mess up cooking times for baked goods?

Seasoning pizza steel for oven.

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by sharding85 5 years ago

Hello, I have acquired a steel plate for my oven to cook pizzas on so that I can get a crispy base. I realise that I will have to season the plate but am unsure how to do this. Any advice?

ISO of better Pizza Stone or tiles.

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by MacaronsInSoNo 5 years ago

I bought my first pizza stone over 20 years ago. It was the hardest working tool in my kitchen for the longest time. I loved it! Much to my dismay, it broke in half after my last move, and I kept p...

Baking pie on pizza stone? Yay or nay?

wutzizname
by wutzizname 10 years ago

I have a large pizza stone that lives in my oven. Just wondering if it's a good, bad or indifferent idea to place a pie (in pie pan, obviously) to bake on the stone vs. removing the stone and bakin...

Pizza Steel!

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by Tonality666 5 years ago

I’ve been making pizzas at home for quite some time using a standard ceramic pizza stone. I’d been reasonably satisfied with the results and figured that the not-as-crispy-as-pizzeria-crust was due...

Do you wash your pizza stone?

c oliver
by c oliver 5 years ago

I've seen as much hysteria over this as washing CI. I wash both!!!!! But really, my pizza stones must be over ten years old (I can't remember buying them) and I wash them after using and then put...

Pizza Stone ... Which one?

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by Nav210west 7 years ago

Since there are many pizza stones available, which ones have you used and liked and which ones should I avoid. I have double built-in Wolf ovens, and although there is a pizza stone accessory avai...

Is a Pizza Stone necessary?

Justpaula
by Justpaula 7 years ago

I do love pizza. But, I have never made it! I am a pretty swift home cook and fairly decent baker, but I have recently taken an interest in learning and trying more bread baking. I got some mus...