Old Stone Oven Round Pizza Stone

February 17, 2020 - Comment

It’s movie night, and the swarm of preteen boys in your living room have a case of growing and hunger pains. Fortunately you’re not asking where to buy a pizza stone—you’re prepared with this Old Stone Oven Pizza Stone and cook up a mega pie that feeds the masses. The 16-inch pizza stone and bread

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(as of April 20, 2020 1:36 am GMT+0000 - Details)

It’s movie night, and the swarm of preteen boys in your living room have a case of growing and hunger pains. Fortunately you’re not asking where to buy a —you’re prepared with this Old Stone and cook up a mega pie that feeds the masses. The 16-inch stone and bread stone is crafted from the same firebrick material found inside kilns and blast furnaces, helping procure the pepperoni pie of their dreams. Its material is durable enough to move from your cold fridge and into your hot oven without cracking, even though you might. The best part? The baking stone’s symmetry keeps your toppings tidy and in line, which is more than you can say for your rowdy movie night crowd.Often homemade never tastes the same as a pie from your local pizzeria. However, this baking stone is made of the same firebrick material that lines kilns and blast furnaces and duplicates the results of old stone to produce superior-quality and crispy pizza crust at home with all of your favorite fixings on top. The stone heats evenly and retains heat well so pizzas stay warm for a while after they come out of the oven. The material also withstands thermal shock so uncooked pizzas prepared earlier in the day move from the refrigerator to the oven without producing cracks in the stone. The baking stone has a 16-inch diameter, which is large enough to make a family-sized pie or can also bake rolls, biscuits, or circular-shaped breads. A flat surface area makes it easy to cut and remove slices right from the baking stone. Eight circular stone feet keep the pizza stone uniformly balanced on an oven rack so cheese or toppings wont slide off. –Cristina Vaamonde

Product Features

  • Makes restaurant-quality pizza and bread with crunchy-chewy crust
  • Ideal for baking 16″ family-style pizza, bread, biscuits and more
  • Absorbs oven’s heat and transfers it evenly
  • Withstands heat up to 2000℉ in the oven or on the grill
  • Durable, non-cracking; crafted from a blend of lead-free clays
  • Specially engineered Heat Core eliminates soggy centers;Easy maintenance: rinse and air dry, seasons over time
  • Dimensions: 16″ diameter

Comments

Anonymous says:

Foul chemical smell even after 3 uses and thorough cleaning with water only. Have to throw it away. Unbelievable!! Supposedly the # 1 (Amazon Recommended) pizza stone on Amazon…it is a horrible product or mine is defective. When I preheated it the 1st time to 400, I noticed a foul odor coming from my oven (Like burning glue)…I wrote it off as the curing process…Pizza tasted fine. 2nd time I used it, there was some smoke, and I presumed it was maybe oil from the 1st pizza, but still a foul chemical smell in the smoke. Now heating it up for the third time there is (still) a foul…

Anonymous says:

Chemical smell permeating from stone Never write reviews but feel this product definitely was not sold as described. After 3 uses the smell permeating off this stone is enough to clear the house of all occupants. Don’t know how this item is sold to be food safe when it makes the dough taste like a chemical injection. Will have to really read the un paid reviews next time. Hope this helps someone

Anonymous says:

Best value for price – Rinse it well on both top and bottom. While considering purchasing this item over another one I noted that several reviews stated a strong odor while using this. While I was wary of this, I decided to take a chance due the the other reviews, the price, the surface area, and the thickness. The instructions specifically state to rinse and dry thoroughly before first use. While rinsing I did observe an odor however after two cycles of thoroughly rinsing both the top and bottom of the stone (I suspect this is where others have…

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