Dough-Joe® Pizza and Baking Stone
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- MADE IN USA--These are the improved version of our original stones; These are dense, thick cordierite and are far more heat shock resistant. Their thickness allows them to contain a huge amount of heat
- FOUR-PIECE set of 6x9-inch tiles allows the flexibility of cooking small items like bread or a large pizza.
- ACTUAL WEIGHT OF 4 IS ABOUT 12 POUNDS. We jimmied with the "Official" shipping weight to get the Amazon shipping template to work with all our products. Because of the way they release from the dies in the press, the stone may have tiny chips along the edges.
- Multiple stones are less prone to oven stress breakage than one large stone. They actually do not move around much unless you really strike them hard.
- DO NOT SEASON. Works perfectly on the grill and small grills benefit with the ability to mix the stones around
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|Color||Tan||Yellow||Square||Silver when unseasoned. Brown after seasoning.|
|Dimensions||0.75 inches x 18 inches x 12 inches||0.67 inches x 20 inches x 13.5 inches||0 inches x 0 inches x 0 inches||0.25 inches x 15 inches x 15 inches|
|Item Weight||Information not provided||13 pounds||10 pounds||16 pounds|
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I like the darker color of these stones; I don't know if perhaps that might be contributing to the amazingly even heat, but just in terms of vanity -- they don't look nearly as stained and funky as the lesser stones do, and I've been putting them through a rigorous trial. There was a disclaimer in the box that little cracks might be present or develop that don't affect the performance, but so far I see none. I am sure part of their superiority is partly that these stones are easily twice the thickness of the stones you buy anywhere else--I almost laughed when I opened the box-- they're like bowling ball heavy.Read more ›
My first bake was in fact a pizza, square, and the crust was absolutely perfect-evenly cooked, golden colored bottom, chewy inside. Having appropriately manufactured( scored as they should be on the bottom) pieces rather than as one big slab may lessen the chance of having shattered stones and makes them easier to store and handle. Highly recommended product which cooks beautifully with the added plus that the vendor/manufacturer seems very responsive.
The Product: Good Thick tiles, 4 tiles instead of one larger tile, so easier to deal with moving them in and out of the oven. These are my second set of pizza stones, the first were thin and broke into peices, these shouldn't have that problem. They say they heat up in 20 minutes. I think you are better off to give them 30 minutes. The whole trick to cooking a NY style pizza is to allow the stones to be so hot that they take the liquid in the dough and turn it to steam, which gives you all the fluff and air bubbles on your crust edge. The other thing to realize: NY Pizza crust is sourdough. Put some flour into water, cover it with a towel, leave on the counter over night. Dump half, refill with flour and water, cover with a towel over night. AFter four or five nights you have your starter. Add some of it to your dough mix, refill it with flour and water. You can then just keep it in the fridge and refresh it every two or three weeks. It will give your dough that chewy pull of an NY Pizza. Having grown up in NY, I am not fond of the local pizza, and having a nice set of stones like these allows me to create a great NY style pizza when I want. Absolutely love them!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These stones have definitely improved our homemade pizza! Love the mix and match stones to vary with the size needed, and also so they are not as heavy as one giant stone would... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Sara C.
Bought 2 sets and turned my backyard BBQ into a pizza oven. Let the bricks get smokin-hot! Have fun making 10-14" pizzas for the gang. Read morePublished 13 days ago by OldSchoolJoe
The stones are a good thickness and have nice heat retention. The ability to rearrange the stones provides a lot of flexibility for various ovens/grills. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Nicole McPherson
These are a MUST HAVE for serious bread bakers. Make sure you preheat for at least 45 mins.Published 1 month ago by Andrew Quirl
Follow the instructions and you'll be making delicious homemade pizza and bread in no time...stones are light but solid..Published 1 month ago by Jennifer Russ
Returned. Too heavy for my racks. Didn't really do much for my GF bread recipes.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Recently ventured in making dough and pizza for the first time. Following the instructions for ensuring the stones are well prepped for cooking the pizza, my first experience was... Read morePublished 2 months ago by MC
I love the flexibility these stones provide and they work great. My husband was skeptical but after his first bite of homemade pizza he postulated "All ovens should come with... Read morePublished 2 months ago by verak