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13" Pizza Stone (works on the BBQ) - $9.99

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Aug 30, 2013
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Don't forget $10 shipping (may vary based on location) if you only purchase this item. Not sure if free shipping offered with larger spend.
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marcfar wrote: Don't forget $10 shipping (may vary based on location) if you only purchase this item. Not sure if free shipping offered with larger spend.
$100 qualifies for free shipping.
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May 2, 2010
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These things break easily for BBQs with temps over 500 (and you want as high as possible for pizzas). Save your $ and get a cordierite stone -- had mine for 5 years now and roasting pies weekly at 700F plus.
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Sep 13, 2007
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a 13 inch stone is only big enough for an 11 inch pizza- too small for the effort, that's why they're selling it for $10
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Aug 27, 2012
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We BBQ homemade pizza with homemade dough regulary on a normal pizza pan or any baking sheet. Don't see the point of this.
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pete93 wrote: We BBQ homemade pizza with homemade dough regulary on a normal pizza pan or any baking sheet. Don't see the point of this.
only pizza enthusiasts would understand
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Jan 26, 2014
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Bought before cracked when I placed my pizza on it.
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hotski7 wrote: These things break easily for BBQs with temps over 500 (and you want as high as possible for pizzas). Save your $ and get a cordierite stone -- had mine for 5 years now and roasting pies weekly at 700F plus.
those don't crack as easily? Can you point me to a good one at a reasonable price?

also, what material is the paderno in this post?
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Jan 29, 2008
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need 16".

13" wont fit longos/costco ready to bake pizza.. only good if you toss your own pizza.. i dont know many people who do that.
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Apr 21, 2016
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Will this make frozen pizza taste better? :o
Just an average netizen here because of the quarantine. :razz:
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Interesting how the 'Save 54%' is printed directly on the box with everything else.. what a joke!

Ron.
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newfbc wrote: Interesting how the 'Save 54%' is printed directly on the box with everything else.. what a joke!

Ron.
Are you serious or.. That's a flyer
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Jun 15, 2010
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Toronto
fightbriz wrote: those don't crack as easily? Can you point me to a good one at a reasonable price?

also, what material is the paderno in this post?
I found that this one (and others by the same manufacturer) has been great:
https://www.amazon.ca/Kitchen-Supply-St ... B0000E19MX

Had the 14 inch which lasted three or so years. Looks like it's more expensive right now compared to a few months ago when I got it so it may be best to wait? I dunno.
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Apr 8, 2007
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hotski7 wrote: These things break easily for BBQs with temps over 500 (and you want as high as possible for pizzas). Save your $ and get a cordierite stone -- had mine for 5 years now and roasting pies weekly at 700F plus.
+1

Go to a pottery store and get a cordierite kiln shelf, they come in different sizes and different thickness. Get a thicker one(1/2" or above) and you will get better thermal retention on the stone to ensure even cooking. I use it for both indoor oven cooking and outdoor bbq.
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May 2, 2010
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fightbriz wrote: those don't crack as easily? Can you point me to a good one at a reasonable price?

also, what material is the paderno in this post?
Don't know what the Paderno "stone" is made of, but best to get the cordierite from a pottery supply company. Here is mine:

http://www.axner.com/cordierite-shelf-15roundx58.aspx

If I recall, I shipped to NY state and picked up there. Not sure about a well-priced place that ships to Canada, sorry!
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bubba_gump wrote: +1

Go to a pottery store and get a cordierite kiln shelf, they come in different sizes and different thickness. Get a thicker one(1/2" or above) and you will get better thermal retention on the stone to ensure even cooking. I use it for both indoor oven cooking and outdoor bbq.
if anyone can recommend such a place in GTA, i'd appreciate it :)
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Apr 8, 2007
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quazy wrote: if anyone can recommend such a place in GTA, i'd appreciate it :)
I got mine from here, just call to make sure they have what you want in stock.
Tucker's Pottery Supplies, Inc.
15 West Pearce Street Unit #7
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Canada L4B 1H6

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