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Honey-Can-Do 14" x 16" Old Stone Rectangular Pizza Stone EXPIRED

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Amazon has Honey-Can-Do 14" x 16" Old Stone Rectangular Pizza Stone (4467) on sale for $14.33 when you clip' the $2.66 off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders of $25 or more. Thanks evosenshi

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$16.99 + click coupon code for $2.66 off to bring it down to $14.33. Free shipping with prime or $25+ in purchases.

I've been keeping an eye on this pizza stone after America's test kitchen praised it as better than most fancy pizza cooking gadgets. Usually goes for $26. I almost never post, so go easy.
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Last Edited by evosenshi December 18, 2019 at 04:26 PM
Comes in and out of stock. Currently at 17.99 - 2.66. 12/18/19

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It's better to buy a steel version. Higher initial investment but way more returns long term. More versatile as well
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Love it! Thanks OP!
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Where is it made?
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Thanks OP, ordered 2 with the same coupon!
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Q&A on Amazon indicate USA.

Q: Where is this made?
A: According to another website, it's made in USA!
By Cynthia Florian on January 17, 2018

USA made!
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I keep this is my oven at all times. It is a quality USA made product that I truly love. see less
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After breaking one by simply putting it in a preheating oven when it was just slightly warm, I got a soapstone instead.
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As a user of pizza stones for decades, I will never go back after using a cast iron pizza pan. They are far superior in pretty much every way. Nice being able to use on the grill too.
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As a user of pizza stones for decades, I will never go back after using a cast iron pizza pan. They are far superior in pretty much every way. Nice being able to use on the grill too.
My pizza stone broke months ago. In your opinion what is it about cast iron that you like more? Do you preheat the cast iron first?
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Thanks in for 1. Never owned one before.
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Got one thanks!!!!!
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It's better to buy a steel version. Higher initial investment but way more returns long term. More versatile as well
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As a user of pizza stones for decades, I will never go back after using a cast iron pizza pan. They are far superior in pretty much every way. Nice being able to use on the grill too.
I prefer cast iron generally, but if you're more interested in a traditional thinner crust pizza, a stone produces better results in that scenario IMO.
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