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Stone Diameter.

Egmont KeyEgmont Key Posts: 69
edited 6:02AM in EggHead Forum
I have read myself silly about adjustable rigs and Woo's, but am working through it.
What is the diameter of a BGE pizza stone? Can you bake a 16" pizza in a large BGE?

Comments

  • Weekend WarriorWeekend Warrior Posts: 1,702
    The diameter of the large stone is 14". You could still do a 16" pie, but you would have to protect the crust that would be outside the stone from burning with heavy duty foil or something similar. Mark
  • Clay QClay Q Posts: 4,435
    Here is a pizza in my large egg using a 16" pan. It worked ok but I usually make 12" and 8" pizza's.
    BGEPizzaSuperBowl014.jpg
    My BGE pizza stone is 14"
    The best pizza I ever et was baked in an egg. :P
  • I got a 16" stone which is the same material and thickness as the BGE stone but is actually a kiln shelf. I also got a 21" stone but find myself using the 16" all mthe time. It works great.
    http://www.axner.com/axner/equipment/cordierite-kiln-shelves.php

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  • PeddlerPeddler Posts: 25
    I've been using a really nice 15 1/2 inch stone. It's made of the same material that's also used in professional pizza ovens. http://snurl.com/k26mu
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