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So I have a soaking wet pizza stone...

Thanks Tommy. Your point about the steam is spot on and makes me confident about doing this. I think my lowest setting is 200 degrees; I might put the oven on at 200 degrees then turn the oven off, turn on the pilot light and put the stone in with the fan on.

Jun 06, 2011
fitzpeters in Cookware

So I have a soaking wet pizza stone...

Thanks both Escondido123 and RGC1982. I'm not planning on using it any time soon, and am perfectly fine with not using it until all the water has evaporated. I'll give it a week or two, out of the oven, on a baking rack (to give it 360 x 360 air)

Jun 04, 2011
fitzpeters in Cookware

So I have a soaking wet pizza stone...

I'm new to the whole pizza stone thing. We had some baked on crusty bits that had been there for a few days. So I thought I would soak it to soften them to then scrape them off.

Okay, so this was clearly the worst thing I could have ever done. Glad I checked online before I popped it in the oven. Now what? How do I dry it out without cracking it? Any ideas?

Jun 04, 2011
fitzpeters in Cookware