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Old 07-21-2010, 10:44 PM   #11
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Yummmmy, baked bacon is the way to go!! Much less splatter and mess, most restaraunts cook it that way too!

Personally, I would get the bar and buy a cheaper pizza stone elsewhere until you can afford a PC one. I know the PC ones have a warranty and stuff, but I would see myself using the bar pan more than the round one. JMO... Plus, couldn't you make a couple mini pizzas on the bar?? The bar is 15.5" x 10" and the medium round is 13"... so technically you could make 2 smaller pizzas, or even square ones! Get creative! LOL
I did go looking for stoneware similar to PC and there is really nothing here in Canada. I went to kitchen stores, dept stores, etc and there was nothing. I figure I would spend more than a PC one anyways in the store if I actually found one! Thanks though

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I'm in Canada and you can get regular pizza stones at Walmart. That's the only shape I have ever found in a store here though.
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I'm in Canada and you can get regular pizza stones at Walmart. That's the only shape I have ever found in a store here though.
?Really..I looked there too Oh well, I got the PC one for $22, probably close to what I would find here (if I could find it) anyways
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Old 07-23-2010, 11:54 AM   #14
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Re: Which Pampered Chef Stoneware should I buy?

I would say bar pan. I am a consultant and that is the piece I sell the most. Also if you make your own pizzas you can always do a square pizza. I love my bar pan, I also have the medium round stone with handles and its great too, but I use the bar pan a lot more
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Old 07-27-2010, 05:39 PM   #15
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Our first stone was the round pizza one (medium maybe?), since then we've gotten lucky at estate sales and garage sales (REALLY lucky!) and found the rectangle pan and the bundt pan. We also purchased the square stone and the large rectangle one (square one broke ). I love those stones!

Anyway - we use the round pizza stone and the large rectangle one most. Mainly for pizza, biscuits and cookies. You really can't go wrong as long as it's a versatile one!
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Old 07-27-2010, 05:46 PM   #16
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I have 4 bar pans that I use almost every day! I use them for cookies, brownies, pizza, etc. I don't own any metal cookie sheets or pans at all. I own a few other stoneware pieces and have owned many more that I sold, but I don't use any of them nearly as much as the bar pan. It's so versatile.
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