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November 2, 2003 at 11:52 am #19900Anonymous
My first post here.
I’ve just discovered the use of stoneware to cook my pizza crust. www.pamperedchef.com offers quite a variety of accessories but I’m looking for some lesser expensive stuff to make bread. Anyone have an idea where I can seek and find?November 6, 2003 at 5:56 pm #20908Anonymous
Do a search on’ Stoneware Cookware’ or similar words. ÝYou should find other dealers besides pampered chef. ÝI personally use glass baking dishes by Pyrex for my baking needs. ÝMy friend used regular metal baking loaf pans to make bread, meat loaf or what ever. ÝI use a metal pizza pan to make pizza.November 6, 2003 at 10:49 pm #20911Anonymous
Have been using the above for years!
It’s just that I recently received a gift of a couple of stoneware plates for the oven and it just makes pizzas
Now I would like to try stoneware for bread but the prices are high and sometimes the sizes can make it difficult to make the right choice.November 12, 2003 at 1:46 am #20917Anonymous
Makes sense that it would taste different and that you would have a problem with choosing the right size pans. Do the search I suggested. If that doesn’t work I hope some one else can help as I have never used stoneware.December 19, 2003 at 8:55 pm #20960Anonymous
I think I heard somewhere that you can buy an unglazed tile at the home improvement store to bake a pizza, etc. on in your oven. You might want to research that.January 2, 2004 at 12:01 pm #20963Anonymous
Have found a store in Cornwall, ON that sells stoneware “sheets” (about 1′ 1/2 x 1′). Could be an interesting alternative. Price seemed reasonable too.
Still looking for small bread pans at good price…
Happy New Year !
:)January 2, 2004 at 5:04 pm #20964Anonymous
I love the pampered chef stoneware!! I have the pizza stone, and use that for all my pizzas unless I’m making a really big one. The bread stones are wonderful. They recently came out with a mini-loaf pan which is stoneware. I have that one, and love it as much as the others. The baking is so much more even, and my stoneware loaf pans are the first thing that I reach for when making bread! If you don’t feel that you want to pay the high price, look into having a party (Pampered Chef)…I recently had a catalog party – no in-home stuff – and got my mini-loaf pan for free. Just a suggestion! Stoneware is expensive anywhere you go, but it’s worth the price to me!July 3, 2006 at 9:54 am #21373imported_treshayParticipant
Our local Walmart type store – called Meijer – sells them. They are much cheaper than pampered chef and they appear to be the same exact thing. I believe I’ve also seent them in Walmart otherwise trying shopping online at Meijer, you can find it doing a google search.
Another suggestion would be to host a pampered chef party. DH used to do that alot – he got the entire grill set from a show and from a few others I got the cookie press, a vegetable tray that turns into a deviled egg serving tray, the ice cream scoop and tons of other cool things and the only thing we ever purchased was the ingrediants for the recipe the consultant was going to make at the party. They are alot of work though so you may just want to shop your local stores to see if you can find them.
Good LuckJuly 18, 2008 at 3:33 pm #21680imported_themelclubParticipant
You dont have to use a bread pan to make bread. If you make it on the stonewear, you can make a round loaf, like they used to make in the oven. I always think these look prettier & fancier than the loaf shaped ones, anyways! There is a good recipe for this type of bread on the Williams Sonoma site. Good luck!
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