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Emile Henry Red Flame Top Pizza Stone Emile Henry Red Flame Top Pizza Stone
Emile Henry

A Perfect Tool For A Culinary Kosher French Pizza!
On Culinary Kosher we provided you with some great pizza recipes, but to really make the pizza perfect, why not do it right and finally get a real pizza stone made in France.  Pizza may be an Italian idea but it is the French company Emile Henry who has perfected the pizza stone.

The idea behind a pizza stone is to distribute the heat evenly across the pizza base and as well as to extract the moisture so that your pizza dough is crispy. Heat is important in the cooking process of a pizza. Whiel there are many inexpensive pizza stone available, traditional pizza stones have a porous surface which mean that rigorous care is necessary for the maintenance, since it will absorb stains and odors. They are also prone to chipping and cracking from thermal shock.

Now it's easy to turn your grill into a pizza oven and your kitchen into a pizzeria without the mess as it leaves no food, stains, or odors. The Henry family has been making high-quality tableware and bakeware in Marcigny, France, since 1850. Thanks to their new proprietary Flame technology, this versatile handcrafted clay pizza stone is safe on the grill and stovetop as well as in the oven. Micro flame-top glaze makes for easy removal of pies and cleans up easily in the dishwasher. The Emile Henry pizza stone  heats up in about 15 minutes compared to nearly an hour on some stones. The Flame process is a proprietary manufacturing process that is more resistant to thermal shock, mechanical shock or chipping that plague traditional pizza stones.

The 14" ceramic round stone goes in conventional and convection ovens and under the broiler. You can even cut your pizza right on the stone without scratching the surface. And its beautiful design and large handles will make it a pleasure to bring it straight to the table.

To order your Emile Henry Red Flame Top Pizza Stone 14 1/2" pizza stone click here.

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