looking for pizza stone

Waterboy

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We use these. Easy clean up after the cook. Amazon has a two pack of 10” stones for the same price if you go more for the individual pizza size. We like the 14 1/2” size. Two fit in the Bull nicely.
 

Mannydog

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In my experience, you get what you pay for with these. Of course, you can get cheap ones for ~$20 or less, but as @Waterboy suggested, spending a little more can get you a nice thick cordierite stone that won't easily crack when heated/cooled. I've used this one for years and it's very reliable, made of unglazed cordierite. (https://www.surlatable.com/pizza-gr...uctType&prefv1=HardGood&q=pizza stone&start=1 ). I've also read good things about Baking Steels ( https://bakingsteel.com/products/baking-steel ), but haven't had the chance to try one yet.
Since it's a Father's Day gift, I'd also recommend getting a rocker blade pizza cutter. There's many different brands. We have the Epicurean, but most are pretty much same if you search Google. We ended up using ours for more than just cutting pizzas around the kitchen, they're so handy and easy.
 
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In my experience, you get what you pay for with these. Of course, you can get cheap ones for ~$20 or less, but as @Waterboy suggested, spending a little more can get you a nice thick cordierite stone that won't easily crack when heated/cooled. I've used this one for years and it's very reliable, made of unglazed cordierite. (https://www.surlatable.com/pizza-grill-stone-165-inch/PRO-6589592.html#prefn1=productType&prefv1=HardGood&q=pizza stone&start=1 ). I've also read good things about Baking Steels ( https://bakingsteel.com/products/baking-steel ), but haven't had the chance to try one yet.
Since it's a Father's Day gift, I'd also recommend getting a rocker blade pizza cutter. There's many different brands. We have the Epicurean, but most are pretty much same if you search Google. We ended up using ours for more than just cutting pizzas around the kitchen, they're so handy and easy.
thanks for the reply i'll check this out
 

BretM

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I haven't used them on the grill, but I like the 4-piece set of baking tiles better than one large stone. more surface area overall, and easier to store.
 

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