When it comes to food pairings, pizza has quite the potential. Pizza and breadsticks, pizza with salad, and pizza with beer are all classic combos that make for an amazing lunch or dinner. There are so many other types of foods and drinks that beg to be paired with pizza, but I’d like to take a moment to bring something to your attention that you can’t eat – movies! Movie night begs for a good pizza, and vice-versa, pizza night is always better with a good movie. The Academy Awards are Sunday February 26th and one of the biggest nights
Your home oven can bake, braise, broil, and roast just about anything you pick out for dinner, but there’s one dish it needs a little help with: pizza. Home ovens simply don’t get hot enough to make the perfect pizza, unless you have the help of a good baking surface capable of retaining high heat in order to get the job done. So which baking platform is best, and which one is right for you? It depends really, so let’s take a look at the different types of pizza stones available help you make your homemade pizza the absolute best.
If you own a pizza stone or pizza steel, chances are you own other specialized tools and your kitchen space is limited. You could either decide to re-model your kitchen or you can see what else can be accomplished with the tools you already have. Today we’ll take a look at the second option, and see how we can maximize the potential of two pizza products that were born to serve more than one function.
If there's one thing that’s constantly subjected to extreme conditions, it’s your trusty pizza stone. Despite the wear and your stone goes through, it’s a surprisingly resilient tool that in most cases will last for years. I've even seen pizza enthusiasts who've boasted about owning the same pizza stone for over 10 years! Maybe a decade is setting the bar a little high, but today we’ll go over a few maintenance and usage tips on how to clean a pizza stone and keep it in great shape.
Despite the name, pizza stones aren't just for pizza. Really, a more accurate name for them would be baking stones, since just about anything that you bake can be made on a stone with delicious results. Here at Pizzacraft, we decided to put that to the test in our own kitchen. After all, a little something sweet was just what we wanted after nonstop pizza!