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Emile Henry Flame Burgundy Grill Stone

Great for pizzas, grilling seafood, vegetables, tortillas and more, this handsome grill stone turns any grill into a versatile griddle. Made from Burgundy clay, each stone is capable of being heated to high temperatures, for light, perfectly crisp crusts...Read More

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Great for pizzas, grilling seafood, vegetables, tortillas and more, this handsome grill stone turns any grill into a versatile griddle. Made from Burgundy clay, each stone is capable of being heated to high temperatures, for light, perfectly crisp crusts and moist, airy interiors. Produced one at a time, each piece of Emile Henry cookware is formed and hand-finished by skilled artisans.

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  • Thanks to a special glaze and clay mixture, the Flame grill stone is safe for use with charcoal grills and open fires (not recommended for stovetop use)
  • Burgundy clay provides gentle, even heat to coax out the natural flavors of food
  • Can be heated to high temperatures for excellent searing
  • Emile Henry Flame is safe for broiler and microwave use and is oven safe to 500°F
  • Highly resistant to thermal shock, Emile Henry cookware moves directly from freezer to oven
  • Attractive, scratch-resistant glazes are lead and cadmium free, and provide an ultra-smooth, virtually nonstick cooking surface
  • A high firing temperature results in incredibly durable cookware that resists chipping

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Emile Henry
  • Material: Burgundy clay
  • Dimensions:13.5" x 12", 18" x 14"
  • Warranty: 10-year warranty
  • Made in France

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  • Dishwasher safe
  • Oven safe 500°F

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Why send out?
I find my 18"X14" glazed stone an absolute must for my gas oven. When it comes to pizza, I buy a frozen pizza, which I thaw before adding cheese (I use a supermarket Quattro Formaggio blend of parmesan, asiago, fontina and mild provolone) and whatever other topping I'm in the mood for, then place it on a piece of parchment paper atop a pizza peel and slide it onto the preheated to 500 degrees F. Five or so minutes later I have a pizza that's hotter and more delicious as any delivery boy can bring. And I don't have to tip anyone. The parchment paper guys proclaim that 475 degrees is the top temperature, but that statement must have been written by lawyers and not Italians. The crust of a frozen pizza comes out crisp and burnt just as good as the delivered kind. Is it as good as a brick fired oven Margarita pizza from Tony's in San Francisco? No, but neither is the delivery boy's. I've also made pizza dough from scratch and used it on my Emile Henry glazed stone, and it's great. Haven't tried Italian or French baguettes on it yet, but it's there. The glaze doesn't need washing and it doesn't turn dark or get grimy from cheese and olive oil droppings. For me, it's worth the coin. I recommend without reservation.
December 15, 2015
Great for grilling meats on gas grill
I have purchased several of these grilling stones in both the black and the red finish. I have used them only on a gas grill and love the way it cooks my steaks and other grilled meats. I find them a little difficult to clean but found that using a good scraper and "bar keepers friend" as a cleaning agent works wonders for gilled on residue. I wish I could give this stone a better rating based on how well it cooks, but I can't since it cracks easily no matter how much I treat it the proper way. The cracks start slowly and eventually work all the way across the stone and then it eventually cracks apart. I suspect that my grill gets to hot for the stone even on its lowest setting. Sorry to say that my last purchase will be it for me it's a little to expensive to use it a few times and then have to replace it.
July 14, 2016
One for a Gift and One for Me!
I was buying one of these stones as a gift and on impulse decided to buy one for myself. Best impulse buy ever! We have used our pizza stone in the oven and on the (gas) grill. It always makes a perfectly crispy crust and bakes the toppings just right. No carry-out or frozen pizza ever comes up to a home-made one baked on this stone.
January 1, 2017
 

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
We purchased one of these at least 5 years ago and used it daily during the summers. Absolutely the best way to cook fish and meats. We just scrape it off after each use and leave it on the grill. Unfortunately, while picking it up off the grill to clean the grill, it broke. So we need to replace it. Great product!!
Connie R on Aug 18, 2017
We had one and loved it but it broke.
Connie S on Jun 10, 2017
We purchased one of these at least 5 years ago and used it daily during the summers. Absolutely the best way to cook fish and meats. We just scrape it off after each use and leave it on the grill. Unfortunately, while picking it up off the grill to clean the grill, it broke. So we need to replace it. Great product!!
Connie R on Aug 18, 2017
I have one of these and love it!
Eileen d on Aug 8, 2017
We had one and loved it but it broke.
Connie S on Jun 10, 2017
Gift for a griller
Chaille C on Dec 12, 2016
We love this item and are buying another as a gift.
Joanne T on Apr 2, 2016
I love all my Emile Henry bakeware
Phyllis H on Feb 15, 2016
I have one for myself, love it, am purchasing as a Christmas gift for my son in law. He had never used one before and loves mine.
Mary E on Dec 15, 2015
It makes outstanding pizza.
Ellen M on Dec 11, 2015
Same answer as above
Marsha A on Sep 30, 2015
Plan to use these items in Gluten Free Baking
Sarah Kathleen Y on May 21, 2015
Good brand, many uses!
Juan P on Apr 19, 2015
I have one of these and love it!
Eileen d on Aug 8, 2017
Gift for a griller
Chaille C on Dec 12, 2016
Do you preheat the stone in the oven before making the pizza?
A shopper on Apr 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, for best results, you should preheat the stone.
Can I put raw pizza dough on this without preheating the stone? Will the crust still cook well and be crispy underneath?
Nancy N on Feb 23, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I bought this product as a gift for my son. He invited me for BBQ pizza. I saw that he sprayed the stone with cooking oil before placing raw pizza dough on it. The resulting BBQ pizza was delicious and the crust was very nicely cooked. I know he's used it several times and really enjoys it. We did three small pizzas and everyone chose their own toppings.
What temperatures are recommended for this stone? What is too high?
SamIAmMom on Aug 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I heat my oven to 550 which is as high as it goes before it broils. I lower the temp to 450 once the bottom of the crust is crisping.
The product description says it's not recommended for use stovetop use but does anyone know if it could be used on an oven range with a copper diffuser?
Karen K on Jan 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: No, it can't. Even with a diffuser, the contact is still too direct & you run the risk of damage.
Hi, I use my grilling stone on my gas grill should I NOT let it cool down on my grill as it cools down? It is so hot I'm afraid to take it off the grill to cool it down.
A shopper on Jun 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it can be left on your gill to cool.
what is the best way to clean the stone?
Judy Y on Nov 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It can be cleaned with hot, soapy water.
 

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