Jim Bob Salazar on wed 19 sep 07
my wife fancies herself as a pretty good pizza maker and actually the pizzas
are great. we recently had a party in the back yard and we made pizzas for
dinner. candice made dozens of personal size pizza crusts and we had all
the fixings out on the picnic table. everyone got their own pizza and then
decorated it and put it on the grill. yeah...the grill. we used a 12x24x1
kiln shelf and put it on our gas grill. those were the best pizzas i've
ever had and it was lots of fun.
Jim Bob Salazar
Associate Professor of Art - Ceramics
Sul Ross State University
P.O. Box C - 43
Alpine, Texas 79832
"No hurry - no worry" - Otto Heino
----- Original Message -----
From: "mel jacobson"
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2007 5:07 PM
Subject: [BULK] pizza stone
> in my experience, the best pizza
> stone is kiln shelf from an electric kiln.
> most vendors have some odd sized
> square kiln shelves they will sell at a
> bargain price.....lots of dust on those babies.
> check the size of the oven rack, get
> a kiln shelf to fit it.
> i have one in my lower oven...it was a scrap
> shelf...i cut it to fit.
> been there for 30 years. i bisque fire it if it gets scummy.
> making a tile 30 inches square is a pain in the butt.
> about 1,000 loaves of bread have been baked
> on that kiln shelf.
> add a pan of water on the bottom of that
> oven....wow. real bread.
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