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Square Pizza Stone by Fox Run Craftsmen

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Product Information:

  • Overall: 0.375" H x 16" W x 14" D
  • Overall Product Weight: 5.3lbs

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  4.0 stars
Bargain pizza stone from Raleigh, NC on 05/19/2015 – Verified Buyer
I like the fact that it is square so that even if your attempts to make a circular pie go a bit haywire it isn't hanging over the edge; and it is large enough to accommodate a more family-sized pizza. It does look dirty pretty quickly due to the light color, but it doesn't really affect the flavor or use.
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Works as described. from Herndon, VA on 03/24/2015 – Verified Buyer
Replacing our round pizza stone that cracked, this stone is square and forgiving when you place a large pizza on it for cooking. Crusts come out crispy and it works well in our electric oven. Cons: Can be difficult to clean.
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Amazing from Brooklyn, NY on 07/06/2014 – Verified Buyer
Definitely changed my view on baking stones because it actually made a difference in my baking- kudos!!!
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Best baking surface from Palos Verdes Estates, CA on 09/04/2014 – Verified Buyer
This is the best baking surface I have experienced. It works like a non stick when it's been seasoned with oil. I am very pleased with my purchase.
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Pizza baking stone from Wheeling, WV on 03/14/2014
I like how large the stone is. Pizza bakes real nice and clean up is easy.
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Seems legit! from Chicago, IL on 03/11/2015 – Verified Buyer
Now, I haven't used this stone yet, BUT it was very sturdy and larger than I had anticipated which was a bonus. Im excited to start making breads and pizza on this. A bit thinner than I expected, but seems very sturdy. Make sure to wash it off before you use it. It comes with a bit of stone dust on it.
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Pizza stone was a disappointment. from Cincinnati, OH on 03/08/2015 – Verified Buyer
This stone stained so much the first time I used it. I did not like the fact that you are not suppose to wash it and the material which it is made of breaks off easily.
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  2.0 stars
Weird smell from Henrico, VA on 06/16/2015
This pizza stone emits a weird smell every time I cook with it - a little scary to think we're eating off something that smells bad.
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great product from DeSoto, TX on 01/24/2015 – Verified Buyer
I have been looking for a nice pizza stone. My kids love making pizza on Friday nights, who am I kidding, they love making pizza, even more now! Thanks for a great deal.
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Weird smell and broke easily from Virginia on 07/07/2015 – Verified Buyer
This stone had an odd smell to it that wouldn't cook out, and it broke after a few uses. Cons: Fragile
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Questions & Answers

"Hello, what is the thickness of the square pizza stone?" — Farrell
"Hi Farrell, the Fox Run Craftsmen Square Pizza Stone is 0.375" thick."
— Kathleen from Wayfair
"Hi, what is the maximum temperature of the pizza stone for 1 hour?" — Wendy
"Hi Wendy, the maximum temperature of the pizza stone for 1 hour is 500 degrees Fahrenheit."
— Nicole from Wayfair