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Turn out homemade pizzas as good as any Italian restaurant with the Kitchen Supply Co. 14 x 16-in. Baking/Pizza Stone and Peel Set. This two-piece set includes a 14 x 16-inch stone that uses heat core technology to ensure even heat distribution and retention throughout the cooking process. This 10-pound stone, which can withstand temperatures up to 2,000 degrees F, absorbs moisture to ensure that your pizza has a browned, crispy crust that is never soggy. Your kitchen will look like an authentic pizzeria when you use the 24-inch hardwood peel. Assemble your pizza on the peel and use it to transfer the pie to the preheated stone in the oven for truly authentic and delicious homemade pizza. In addition to saving money by making homemade pizza, you can choose all of the ingredients so that you know every ingredient that goes into the food you're serving your family.
Best Used For:
Make traditional margherita, pepperoni or white clam pizzas with this stone-and-peel set. Serve individual-size gourmet pizzas, such as goat cheese with caramelized onion or sautéed fennel with taleggio cheese, at your next Italian-inspired party. Think beyond pizza. This set is also ideal for calzones, artisan breads and stuffed breads, as the stone imparts perfectly crisped crusts.
Pizza stone made from stone composite
Peel constructed from durable hardwood
Stone measures 14 x 16 inches and weighs 10 pounds
Peel with handle measures 24 inches long
Pizza stone uses heat core technology for even heat distribution
Stone can withstand temperatures up to 2,000 degrees F
Stone comes with lifetime warranty against defects
Cleaning & Care: Wipe stone with clean, damp cloth and handwash peel
This is the best thing I've bought for my kitchen. I'd even rate it higher than my All-Clad pans and Wusthof knives. Reason being that there is no alternative to a baking stone that I know of for the average small home kitchen.
You have to preheat the oven and stone for 45 minutes to an hour, then bake the pizza for 10-13 minutes directly on top of the stone and voila!! The pizza comes out crisp just like your favorite pizzeria does it.
This stone is high quality-- about 3/4" thick and pretty heavy.
It'll get stained by burned cheese, but I've noticed no funny taste in any of my pizzas from those stains.
Look for the combo of this stone and the pizza peel and save a few $$.
This is a great product, I use it all the time and it makes short work of getting the pizza, bread, or what ever out of the oven and on to a cooling rack AND with no burns!!! :) I really like this peel's light in weight yet heavy duty in work load
I really like this baking/pizza stone, it's just the right size and cooks the pizza in quick order, plus when you're done baking on those cool days and evenings, you can leave the oven door open a crack after you turn it off, and it will keep your kitchen all warm and toasty for hours
This item came paired with a baking stone. My husband and I have used it several times and it really is like you see the bakers working at their ovens...Great deal. Would recommend to any pizza lovers or bakers.
We have used this item several times in the short time we've had it and it makes perfect bread and pizza. I even toasted my sandwich on it the other day. Would recommend to any bakers or pizza connoisseurs.
I like the way it does pizza. Have yet to bake bread on it. Still working on technique for getting pizza from peel to stone so stone has stains from spillage. Normal for permanent stains to occur? Stone works fine even with stains. If you are a neat freak, not for you unless you are experienced with a peel at a pizza parlor.
A person can build your pizza on the cold stone, then bake but I think that defeats the purpose of a baking stone.
This is not a pizza stone you are likely to find in a nearby store. Its 13 pounds keeps it stable in the oven. I use if for pizza, flat breads, pita and for my dense version of German Stollen. If you only want to heat up a frozen pizza, I'd suggest a much lighter stone. If you are going to do some serious baking, this is the right stone.
I keep this stone in my oven all the time. great even cooking surface. Large enough for a good family size pie. Pizza, calzones, strombolis all turn out great. Some of the reviews talk about the pizza sticking to the stone. Most likely people were making the pizza on a cold stone and then putting the stone and pizza in the oven. Stones are not made for that. the stone need to be heated to 400 degrees in the oven and the the pizza needs to be placed on the stone using a pizza peel. Overall, a great product for the serious pizza maker. But even cheap frozen pizzas taste great on it. also great for making crispy hot subs like meatball parm...ect...
I keep the baking stone in the oven, where it is always available to make my pizza crusts nice and crisp. Though I tried, it is impossible to keep the stone clean; it does get discolored with normal use. I found it hard to use the peel at first. Since I make only small (8" or less) pizzas, I just use a pancake flipper and a plate to move my pizzas on and off the stone.