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Sur La Table® Cordierite Pizza Stone, 22½" x 13½"

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Enjoy pizza that tastes like it just came out of a brick oven from the convenience of your kitchen or grill. Baking stone cooks pizza evenly without hotspots and helps uniformly brown and crisp crust. Also great for cooking and reheating bread, pastries...Read More

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EXCLUSIVE Enjoy pizza that tastes like it just came out of a brick oven from the convenience of your kitchen or grill. Baking stone cooks pizza evenly without hotspots and helps uniformly brown and crisp crust. Also great for cooking and reheating bread, pastries and baked goods.

Made of cordierite, which is fired at a higher temperature than ceramic and can withstand thermal shock, easy-care stones require no seasoning or conditioning.

For best results, pre-heat oven or grill to 500°F and place stone in middle of oven on lowest rack or middle of grill for 30 minutes. When it is time to bake, dust stone with cornmeal before placing baked goods on top.

If baking a prepared food item, bake as directed by manufacturer on packaging. For fresh pizza, a flat metal spatula or a pizza peel dusted with cornmeal works well for transferring food to the baking stone.

Alternatively, using an oven mitt or glove, remove the hot stone from the oven, place food to be baked onto the stone and return both to the oven or grill.

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  • Bakes brick-oven-quality pizzas at home.
  • Perfectly browns and provides a crispy crust.
  • Great for pizza, bread, pastries and baked goods.
  • Works in your oven or grill.
  • Durable cordierite stone withstands thermal shock.

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Sur La Table
  • Dimensions: 22½" length x 13½" width
  • Material: Cordierite

Care & Usage Show

  • Scrape off excess food with a spatula. When the stone has cooled, run it under hot water while scrubbing with a brush. Do not use soap on the stone as it may leave a soapy aftertaste. The natural properties of the baking stone will cause it to darken and spot with age; do not attempt to remove this discoloration. Air-dry the stone and store inside the oven.

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Great for pizza and bread!
Great stone...I had a smaller, lighter one before...this works great for pizza (use cornmeal and pre-heat well) and it also holds longer baguettes when I make sourdough...excellent...almost covers my whole oven shelf...instructions say you can use over open flame on a BBQ grill too
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October 2, 2011
The pizza stone I've been looking for all my life
This stone is awesome! It's large--spanning almost the entire rack of my Kitchenaid oven and my Weber Genesis grill. It can take both oven heat and open-flame heat. And when preheated properly, it makes very crisp pizza. On taco night, it also heats up to six tortillas at a time very well.

I personally prefer using parchment instead of cornmeal for pizzas--easier to clean up. Paired with an Epicurean pizza peel and a decent dough recipe, this stone makes homemade pizza a much better alternative than ordering in
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May 11, 2012
Sur La Table Also Has a Square One TOO
Awesome stone, excellent for cooking in a 500 degree oven on the lowest rack, in a wood burning oven or on the gas grill. Dust lightly with cornmeal before placing the dough on the stone. This stone stands up to the heat, browns and cooks for a nice crust. Remove pizza with a cornmeal dusted pizza peel. Let the stone cool down before you remove it, cleans up nicely. Epicurean pizza peel is sold at Sur La Table and is a must with this fantastic pizza stone. I personally love the large square stone, I make round pizzas so it works best for me
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July 20, 2012
Broke on first use!
I followed all instructions - preheated the oven and stone, put it on the lowest rack in my oven, etc. It broke on its first use. It cracked right down the middle, all the way. I threw it away after its first use. Very disappointed
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September 24, 2013
 

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
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I wanted one slab pizza stone to fit in the oven.I was using six tiles in the oven for baking bread, this will be much better
Eric S on Jun 15, 2015
We needed a large rectangular stone.
Caren S on Jun 2, 2015
Mainly for keeping my oven at an even temp. Saw it on sale.
Corrina D on Jun 11, 2015
Wanted a large stone to have option of making different size/shape pizzas. Wanted a stone that could take high heat.
Sheila H on May 24, 2015
How thick is the stone?
A shopper on Nov 8, 2011
Best Answer: A little more than 1/2""...it feels very substantial..
Reply · Report · ilovetocook on Nov 8, 2011
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Where is the large pizza stone made?

Country of origin
A shopper on Aug 10, 2012
Best Answer: Enjoy pizza that tastes like it just came out of a brick oven from the convenience of your kitchen or grill. Baking stone cooks pizza evenly without hotspots and helps uniformly brown and crisp crust. Also great for cooking and reheating bread, pastries and baked goods.The pizza stone is made in China
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Aug 15, 2012
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I am to put this in the oven and then preheat it to 500 degrees, right

Do you ever put it in a preheated oven? Would it crack then?
A shopper on Jan 22, 2012
Best Answer: Enjoy pizza that tastes like it just came out of a brick oven from the convenience of your kitchen or grill. Baking stone cooks pizza evenly without hotspots and helps uniformly brown and crisp crust. Also great for cooking and reheating bread, pastries and baked goods.

Made of cordierite, which is fired at a higher temperature than ceramic and can withstand thermal shock, easy-care stones require no seasoning or conditioning. This means that you can put this item in a preheated oven without the risk of it cracking. For best results, pre-heat oven or grill to 500°F and place stone in middle of oven on lowest rack or middle of grill for 30 minutes. When it is time to bake, dust stone with cornmeal before placing baked goods on top.

If baking a prepared food item, bake as directed by manufacturer on packaging. For fresh pizza, a flat metal spatula or a pizza peel dusted with cornmeal works well for transferring food to the baking stone. Alternatively, using an oven mitt or glove, remove the hot stone from the oven, place food to be baked onto the stone and return both to the oven or grill. 23½" x 13½".
Reply · Report · CarrieSLTCS on Jan 23, 2012
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How much does this pizza stone weigh?
Beck M on Dec 27, 2014
Best Answer: This was a gift to my son and his family. They are away from home until next year. When they return, I'll forward your question to them. I don't remember it being very heavy, maybe three to five pounds (as a guess).
Reply · Report · Donald B on Dec 28, 2014
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What is the highest temperature tolerance?

How high of a temperature will this baking stone withstand?I have a bread recipe that requires the oven (and stone) to be pre-heated to 550F
A shopper on Mar 11, 2014
Best Answer: 550 degrees would be fine. Cordierite has excellent resistance to thermal shock and can be taken to temperatures in excess of 1500 degrees.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Mar 11, 2014
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what is cordierite made of and is there any lead in stone?
A shopper on Feb 16, 2015
Best Answer: Cordierite is made of magnesium, iron & aluminum. They do not contain lead.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Feb 16, 2015
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