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Old 05-20-2012, 04:44 PM   #51
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Lou, the glazed side down I got. Is the unglazed side up, hard to clean, if what your baking drips down on to it? Just wondering if putting foil on it would help with clean up. Thanks.
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Old 05-20-2012, 05:31 PM   #52
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Lou, the glazed side down I got. Is the unglazed side up, hard to clean, if what your baking drips down on to it? Just wondering if putting foil on it would help with clean up. Thanks.
My pizza stone does not have a "glazed side."
Are you sure you have a pizza stone?
Sounds like it could be a tile.
NOT a fan of tiles. glazed or unglazed.

Putting foil on it will definitely keep it clean.
Making pizza is best done right on the stone.

Any stuff that drips will just burn right off.
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Old 05-20-2012, 05:56 PM   #53
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You do not want to use glazed tile. I purchased 4x4 inch (or maybe they were 6x6) unglazed tile at Home Depot. I put four of them side by side below the rack and make sure the vent holes from the burner are not covered up. Tiles helped, but oven is so small that it still gets too hot for baking.
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Old 08-07-2012, 08:57 PM   #54
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Pizza Stone Cracked!

We always had a pop up so we never had to worry about using an oven. Now with a Rockwood Roo 19 and an oven I decided to try and cook a pizza at home using a pizza stone on the bottom. Ten minutes after lighting the oven I heard a POP and found the pizza stone cracked in half! So either I used the wrong stone or something went wrong. If anyone can guide me on the best stones to use or any tips on cooking with the oven that would help I would be so glad. By the way-the pizza turned out okay! Thanks for any info.
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Old 08-07-2012, 09:17 PM   #55
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Where did you place your stone? I would think that if people are using 6' tiles, you could wrap your stone in foil and use it. After all, it's basically just diffusing the heat from the burner element below it.
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Old 09-24-2012, 08:02 PM   #56
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Cracked Stone

We also had such an event. Placed the stone on the metal tray just above the flame. It cracked while baking biscuits at some 350F. The biscuits were in a baking tray on the wire shelf.

We got this stone which fits perfectly into the oven. Pity it broke.
Emile Henry 12 by 10-Inch Grilling/Baking Stone,Noir: Amazon.com: Kitchen & Dining

While traveling it is wrapped in bubble wrap (the same that was used to ship it to us.).

Perhaps it should not be placed on the metal? Do others have little feet that space their stones just off the metal plate?
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Old 09-24-2012, 08:12 PM   #57
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Mine fit fairly tight. It cracked in half the first time I fired the oven up. It still works fine.
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Mine fit fairly tight. It cracked in half the first time I fired the oven up. It still works fine.

Same thing here. Very first use.
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