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Pizza Stone

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Help me! My pizza stone got covered with grease!

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by EllieSchnids 6 years ago

So, about a year ago we bought a Williams Sonoma pizza stone and we love this thing! We use it all the time and it never leaves my oven. Well, my parents came to stay and my dad cooked a chicken......

Is my oven pizza stone safe to use on an outdoor grill?

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by KHinCT 6 years ago

I have a Crate and Barrel pizza stone that's about 10 years old. I've always used it in the oven. I'd like to use it on the grill, but I'm not sure if it's different from the pizza stones that are ...

Gluten free pizza crust recipe

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by PiperBob 2 years ago

I've been making gluten free pizza for at least 15 years, with varying degrees of success. I have finally found a crust recipe that is simple and good. It makes a thin, crunchy crust, but with some...

Baking stone thickness

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by Sirrith 2 years ago

Hello everyone I'm currently baking my bread on a 1/4" steel sheet. This gives great results, however with a 45 minute baking time the bottom of my bread is darker than I like, so I'm looking for ...

Using pyro mode to cook?

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by hypumji 2 years ago

Hi, question is in the title really. I want to make homemade pizzas but the max my oven will go is 250 C (482 F). Pyrolytic cleaning mode however, designed for cleaning the oven interior by burning...

Instructions on my new baking stone say NOT to season it?

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by BeckyAndTheBeanstock 9 years ago

I just bought a rectangular baking stone, made by Old Stone Oven, to replace the one that finally cracked after 6 years of regular use. I've always seasoned my baking stones (have a round pizza one...

How do you clean a pizza stone?

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by Angelina 11 years ago

This is driving me crazy! The other day I made a pizza, but I messed it up a little when I was sliding it off the stone! The mozz. cheese got stuck on it, and now the whole stone looks so filthy ...

Baking on tiles

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by cajungwailo 3 years ago

I have a pile of 12" X 12" clay floor tiles. They all have a glaze on one side; of course I have no idea what the glaze is made of. Think it's ok to bake on these?

First time pizza dough maker

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by ktg113 3 years ago

Hi I found a recipe on Pinterest for a pizza dough made in a bread machine. I made dough balls( made the recipe five times). And then put them in a greased pan and covered the with cling wrap no...

Heavy perforated pizza pans?

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by Sid Post 6 years ago

I'm looking at the various thick steel plates, a few aluminum ones, and similar things on the various "start up" websites and got to wondering about users experiences in this forum. Who cooks on 1...

Pizza on your gas grill

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by Innovo 3 years ago

Many have tried to make amazing pizza on the grill. Us too. We have burnt many crust bottoms, made pizzas with soggy tops and crusts that were not amazing. So we created a very simple easy and fast...

Recommendations for pizza pan?

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by Kaymoz 4 years ago

Santa brought me a pizza peel for Christmas and I am starting to experiment with making pizza at home. I am looking for recommendations for something to cook them in or on, since I will probably b...

Season a pizza stone?

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by Liz K 10 years ago

Somebody on another site suggested that pizza stones should be "seasoned" with oil, like cast iron. I've never heard of this, and it doen't seem like a good idea to me, althought I can't quite say ...

Pizza Stone Corn Meal Question

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by LuluTheMagnificent 12 years ago

Good Day Chowhounders, A friend gave me a pizza stone for X-mas. I planned on making pizza for lunch. I just noticed it says on the directions of the pizza stone that I have to use corn meal on th...

USA Pans aluminized steel pizza pan, pizza stone and steel

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by mrock78 4 years ago

I recently bought an aluminized steel pizza pan by USA Pan. I've only made one pizza on it so far so I can't draw any conclusions yet. Does anyone have any thoughts on it? It's light and it's not s...

Pizza Stone or Pizza Steel - please help me decide

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by nikkib99 4 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...

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. ...

How to keep pizza from sticking to the stone.

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by Lindsay B. 17 years ago

Here's the situation: I bought a nice, heavy ceramic pizza stone from Crate and Barrel a few months ago. I have an incredibly hot gas oven. This should be a match made in heaven, but I'm having ...

Is a Pizza Stone necessary?

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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...

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