Ceramic Pizza Stone
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You may not have a brick oven in your kitchen, but your friends will start to think so once you start using this stone to bake up your pizzas. It’s ceramic, which absorbs moisture for a wonderfully crispy crust. Plus, with its rectangular shape, it’s plenty roomy. (It’ll prep pies with a diameter of up to 12 inches, easy.) It’s got raised edges on one side to keep your masterpiece from slip-sliding away. And when it’s done? Give a good rinse with water, and you’re all set for next time.
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