Pizza Night: Baking Stones For All Budgets

Pizza Night: Baking Stones For All Budgets

Kristen Lubbe
Sep 10, 2010

It's Friday night and what better night for pizza? Pizza is such an easy, yet extremely fun family dinner — it's best to get everyone involved! hrough the selection of crusts, cheeses and toppings, it's a win-win situation for busy parents (or busy couples!). To get the best pizza, we recommend using a baking stone.

Baking stones may look the same, no matter where you're shopping, but there are subtle differences. Baking stones will last you years, won't cost you an arm and a leg and are extremely easy to store and maintain. Here are some of our favorites, for all budgets:

Pizza/Bread Baking Stone, $48.00 provides the ability to make a professionally stone fired pizza. If you're not in the mood for pizza, it's great for baking bread!
MR. Bar-B-Q Round Pizza Baking Stone Kit, $34.99 is a great, low-cost option for a baking stone. Not only is there a great baking stone, there's also a large spatula that will help you ensure you don't drop the pizza on the floor!
Round Baking Stone, $17.95, is another really good low-cost option. If you're not quite ready to dive head first into the baking stone world, or if you just don't want to spend a lot of money — you can't beat $17.95 for 15" of baking stone goodness.
Emile Henry Pizza Stone, $49.95 is unique not only in its color, but also in its ability to withstand extremely high heat and it's dishwasher safe!

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