Rated 4 out of 5Â by JinGA So far, so good
This Food Network pizza stone is thinner than the 20-year-old stone I recently replaced, but so far has matched it's performance. An improvement is the rolled edge, which keeps overflow sauce from hitting my oven. Like other stones, this one has a max temp of 500 degrees. I don't understand why they are not constructed to exceed the maximum oven temperature, so to be safe, I use it at 490. When it comes to pizza, the hotter the better. My favorite pizza joint uses 1000 degree ovens and produces outstanding pizzas in 2 minutes!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mclare1 This pizza stone bakes food really well
I purchase this stone mainly to make homemade pizza. I used whole wheat pizza dough, and I do recommend using a little olive oil, as it did stick some. I know that it does need to develop a "patina" on the surface, so am confident this will not be a continuing problem over time. This stone is the perfect size, and does bake very evenly.The purchase price for this stone was really great also!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by jamarbearjar better than the actual brand i was looking for
I was initially looking for another brand when I came across this one. Well me being familiar with the foodnetwork brand and there warranty that came with it I decided to give it a try.I LOVE IT!!! Its even better than the other brand!!! You can actually wash this one with soap and water.!!! It's awesome. It cooks wonderful biscuits as well. And it's also cheaper. Now how could I pass that deal deal up?
Rated 1 out of 5Â by LoisElizabeth Arrived broken
I read the reviews on this product before purchasing it and noticed that someone said it arrived broken. Thinking that was probably an unusual situation, I decided to go ahead with ordering one for myself.
Bad idea. My baking stone arrived broken into four pieces. It's hard to know if this was the result of insufficient packing or an inferior product.
I'll be looking elsewhere for a baking stone.