dealsrectangular baking stone w/rack for $9.99

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Get another $1.10 off the price if you use the coupon code "DH11"

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Shipping was $4.99 for me... And this stone is $2 more than the last (round) one.. Still a great price for a baking stone.

Unglazed ceramic or terracotta tiles are another less expensive option. But they're fragile and usually much smaller than this making them less convenient to work with.

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Missed the round one last time, but in-time to get three (two for gifts). Shipping is $4.50 for me. That's a fantastic price.

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I have had the round one. I use the rectangular one FAR more often . better space. If you never had a stone, you will love it. but get the rectangular. This is a fabulous deal.

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I take it the rack is loose and removes from the stone?

Reason being that I always thought these guys were too small. I like to make gigantic restaurant size pizza and always held back because the largest stones are usually way smaller and round...

With this, I'm thinking I could order two and put them side by side in the oven?

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Well lets hope so. Bought two. Finally..

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@breaddrink: Just go down to your Home Depot and get an unglazed, natural stone whatever size you like and keep it in your oven all the time.

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@breaddrink: Whenever I've seen a rack it has been loose. Also, these are 14x15", pretty small if you ask me.

But, the reason I've been looking for a square stone is that you can get two, prop them up against the sides and each other to form a V, and mimic a clay pot when making naan bread.

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@calvin2032: Cut the bottom off a large terracotta flower pot to make your own tandoor. It serves the purpose much better!

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@chui101: What is the best way to cut the bottom off a terracotta flower pot?

And since I imagine you bake the naan on the sides of the pot, can't you just keep the bottom on?

The idea has potential, but I'd like to know more...

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I have this same exact one. I also have a round one for pizzas. We bake a lot of things on this. They stain easily so they dont look very nice after you use them. But they bake things real nice.

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Yay! I've been wanting a bread/pizza stone for a long time. I am in for two. Coupon DH11 did not work for me but RH10 got me 10% off. Shipping, however, was like $6.50. Still $25 for two bread stones is pretty good. Our Home Depot does not seem to have unglazed tiles that would be suitable so I have been periodically looking online. When I remember....

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Got the round one recently and skeptical wife is a biig fan! it is thinner than I thought it would be but love what this thing does for a pizza. It's great. Natural absorbancy makes it look like a buggy windshield after a few uses...

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Use ebates for another 5% off.

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When I added two to my cart (great for gifts) shipping was 6.50. When I added a third shipping was only 2.99. The DH11 code worked for me for an additional 10% off. My total for 3 stones was $31.57 with tax. A very good deal!

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@crazygranny: nice call, shipping for 2 was over $4. shipping for 3, was 2.99. so, why the hell not. a stone for every rack.

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They also have this at bed bath and beyond for $20 or $16 with the 20% off coupons they always have

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DH11 Code worked for me to take $1.10 off my order not even an hour ago :)

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Great deal! Just ordered 3 (1 for me, and 2 for gifts), and the DH11 code covered the $2.99 cost of shipping!