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Old 05-17-2011, 10:36 AM   #11
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Is that ceramic dish to big, can i leave it there or should i put it on the rack or should i not use it at all
i need all your wisdom guys please
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We use a floor tile for that purpose - 3 or 4 years now with no problems, and we locate it where you have your pizza stone.

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Old 05-17-2011, 11:21 AM   #12
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I use exactly the same thing...a Pampered Chef pizza stone and it help immensley and I position it just exactly like you do.
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Old 05-17-2011, 11:57 AM   #13
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Hey Dennis
Did your pizza dish blow-up or was it the other tile, it will freak out the wife if it goes boom , oh by the way how are you liking your shamrock, i love mine going out in 4 days , so excited i can't sleep
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Old 05-17-2011, 12:07 PM   #14
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The floor tile blew up - not the pizza stone. I am testing the stone today to see... will let you know.

Just de-winterized ours last week and getting ready to head out for the long weekend. Yippee.

We love our Shamrock 19 - perfect for the 2 of us, I've done lots of little improvements, just installed an electric tongue jack (love it, fabulous upgrade)

The heated mattresses are perfect and may come in handy this weekend - we've got lousy weather these days...

Have fun on your 1st trek.
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Old 05-17-2011, 12:40 PM   #15
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I have been trained to love burnt, but that stone looks like a great idea, I will pass it along to my VSO (very significant other)
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Old 05-17-2011, 01:22 PM   #16
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I have been trained to love burnt, but that stone looks like a great idea, I will pass it along to my VSO (very significant other)
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Amazon.com: Breville 13-Inch Pizza Stone: Kitchen & Dining

Found this one for 30 bucks. Is that a good price?
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Amazon.com: Breville 13-Inch Pizza Stone: Kitchen & Dining

Found this one for 30 bucks. Is that a good price?
I got mine from a kitchen gadget discount store for $15 , even included a metal serving tray/holder.
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Amazon.com: Breville 13-Inch Pizza Stone: Kitchen & Dining

Found this one for 30 bucks. Is that a good price?
Go to your local tile store. Find a terrazo style (not ceramic, etc) unglazed (12" if possible) with a corner chunk broken off. Size is not critical but you need to leave some room around the edges for heat circulation. You will probably get it for free!!(hence the broken corner )

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I am happy to report that the pizza stone has survived the test - after more than 45 minutes at 300F to 450F - it is still in one piece.

As the oven was hot, 2 birds with 1 stone: I cooked some cookies, they no longer burn in the bottom - ladies and gents if you could only smell this...
yummy. Glass of cold milk - I'm in heaven.

Todo: Fix the issue of too much heat in the middle of the oven right above the flame. Check, done!

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