Pizzacraft: All-Purpose Large Baking Stone

Description

With the right tools, your homemade pizzas will come out hot and fresh, with crispy crusts and browned, bubbly toppings. If you’re ready to start making pies at home, the most essential tool is a pizza stone. This 22.5″ by 13.5″ rectangular cordierite pizza stone from pizzacraft® is the easiest way to get started! Baking stones have long been used by professionals to bake the best breads, pizzas, and other baked goods. Whether you’re using it on the grill or in a conventional oven, the stone will absorb the heat and then evenly distribute it, eliminating any hot spots that too often occur in the cooking environment. Pizzacraft’s Sarah will show you how to use and care for your large baking stone.

Brand Pizzacraft
Products Used PC0102
Time 0:45
YouTube Link http://youtu.be/UUy4BMLaYSU
Upload date 04/25/13

Transcript

You might not know this, but pizza stones can be used for more than just making pizzas. Let me tell you about pizzacraft’s All-Purpose Baking Stone. This is a large, rectangular stone, that will fit in most conventional ovens, and it’s also great for the grill. It’s a cordierite stone,  which means it’s thermal shock resistant: anything cold going onto this hot stone is not going to cause it to break. As you can see, we a small pizza, a loaf of bread — you can do two pizzas, two longer loaves of bread. You might not think about it, but the stone’s also great for baked goods. You can make cookies, a galette, and other sort of pastry you can think of. The stone’s also great for re-heating any leftover pizzas or other baked goods. So there you have it, the All-Purpose Baking Stone from pizzacraft. Enjoy.

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