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Posted: 12/18/13 08:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Great idea Super_Dave!!

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SuperDave - that is a fabulous idea!!!

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A pizza stone would not fit in my oven. Guess I will try the tile. The lighter is great, Super Dave.

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msue wrote:

A pizza stone would not fit in my oven. Guess I will try the tile.

Try here. Round or square..most any size:
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Tile is cheaper though.............

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Wind River wrote:

My DW puts a pizza stone on the bottom rack to keep the bottom of whatever she is baking from burning.


X2. One of the best mods we ever did. RV ovens are way too hot at the bottom and tend to burn the bottom of everything. The pizza stone evens out the heat. You can use an unglazed floor tile too which is cheaper. I've done both and both work.


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bob213 wrote:

msue wrote:

A pizza stone would not fit in my oven. Guess I will try the tile.

Try here. Round or square..most any size:
pizza stones
Tile is cheaper though.............


Mine came from Home Goods...and yes, the first two or three(that didn't fit) I use at home now! Kept one for the grill-use it to make pizza, calzones, and all kinds of toasted sandwiches and such-have a foil wrapped brick that works good as a press.


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I finally put in 4- 6x6 tiles and an oven thermometer. Found out my oven was off by 50-75 degrees. With the tiles and adjusted temps., baking is improving!


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