During my childhood, one of the mainstays in our kitchen was a well-seasoned baking stone. Actually, we had two. And soon after I moved into my own apartment, my mother gifted a brand-new baking stone to me. If there's just one thing I've learned about these baking stones, from being a young kitchen observer to a regular home cook, it's that they're more than a single-use tool. Baking stones go above and beyond making a good pizza.
I love my Pampered Chef Stoneware Bar Pans. You can make so many things on them. Check out my facebook fan page for this and recipes www.facebook.com/cookingpampered or you can order at www.pamperedchef.biz/jaybolton and put "stoneware" in the search box
Want wonderful crust on your pizza? Can't find the courage to buy a baking stone? heres a cheap and effective alternative...unglazed quarry stones. Buy at home improvement stores for pennies!---Must give this a try ;)
Baked salmon makes a weeknight meal that is easy enough for the busiest of nights while being elegant enough for entertaining. This oven baked salmon with a Parmesan herb crust is out of this world delicious!