@InFrom I think the spec was too embarrassed to call the handle an additional “piece” but the long description was not. (Though the long description then forgot to mention the bladed trowel. Oh no, wait, there it is, it called it a spatula.)
Nobody was brave enough to suggest it’s a 5-piece set because it also comes in a box.
Really rolling along eh?
It’s like your really seeing that Dodge?
This deal is a flat tire-d mess.
Getting denots just thinking about it or maybe just garlic knots?
Serving us a slice of of forgettable pie?
This deal is like a flash gone as fast azzip.
Well outside the diameter of acceptable?
How am I supposed to cook a square pizza on this?
Pizza or clockwork? Ceramic seems like Meh is building a clockwork army.
Can’t get pepped for this deal.
Burnt out on bad deals
This deal is a flamin mess.
Stainless steel lifter- sounds like it was written by a grifter?
Is that spatula made of W2?
This maybe the worst thing since sliced bread (without toppings?)
Spinning and not winning with one.
Concentric or parcentric? All these pizza physics ya know.
I was thinking this deal is too much dough!
I am going to make a pie chart of reasons to not buy this one.
This deal is so bad it comes along once in a full moon.
I know you want me to continue just thinking about these words coming across your screen must be titillating but alas I must work I had about 4 more though.
@semsem you don’t wash a pizza stone, it should get stained and blackened. The stone will absorb soap and release it into your food. A good brushing will get loose material off, the rest adds to the char on your pizza.
A paver would be much too rough of a surface & isn’t fired stone.
I preheat my pizza stone to at least 400 before slapping a pizza on top. A stone should be smooth so you can remove the pizza later… (using corn meal so it doesn’t stick).
The blacker/uglier it gets, the better it works! Just scrape it clean.
Had one a while ago – was awesome for cooking frozen pizzas and provided a nice brown bottom without putting the pie right on the rack. Tough to clean though as it seems the surface is pretty porous which sets in stains and makes wayward toppings hard to scrape off. My wife made me toss it after a few years when it started looking really ugly. I think it’s worth the money if you love pizza and have space for it
Wow! This is something I’m actually in the market for. I looked at the local kitchen store last week but they only had giant rectangular ones for $70 and one like this but without handles. A flat disc without handles is too hard to pick up. Especially at 500°.
This purchase was the most horrible of all my cheap purchases with you. We are mad !!!
It’s an absolute shame that you conduct business like this at all. Some of us are on fixed income senior citizens that want a little excitement with new things & we buy this PIZZA STONE. So this Christmas, we wanted to give our dearest friends a gift, as they like Pizzas, and especially pizzas from Pappa Murphys as they can cook it at home. Will we gave them this Pizza Stone and to all of our surprise, and to our dismay and TOTAL DISAPPOINTMENT of our Friends, the Pizza Stone was in several pieces when they opened their Christmas gift. WHAT A SAD EVENT AT CHRISTMAS !!! Now we have lost money as we cannot return it !!! PLEASE HELP !!!
This has worked great for me. The stone is way preferable to other options (baking sheet or straight on the rack, for instance), imo. Each item has held up well for us, and I appreciate the hugeness of the cutter and spatula. I was just telling my son-in-law about it and hope that y’all bring it back (hence this comment a year later).