How To Clean A Pizza Steel (And Season It, Too)

How To Clean A Pizza Steel (And Season It, Too)

A pizza steel is key to making high-quality homemade pizza, but only if it’s properly maintained. For most people, that means keeping the pizza steel as clean as possible between uses. Let’s go over the basics of cleaning a pizza steel. To clean a pizza steel (or baking steel), follow these steps: First, scrape off…

Should You Leave A Pizza Steel In The Oven? Why I Wouldn’t Recommend It

Should You Leave A Pizza Steel In The Oven? Why I Wouldn’t Recommend It

A pizza steel is an essential part of making truly authentic pizza in a home oven, but they’re also quite big and heavy. As a result, many want to know if they can leave it in the oven when cooking other things. In the following post, I’ll explain why you may or may not want…

The Best Temperature To Reheat Pizza: Oven, Air Fryer, Microwave & More

The Best Temperature To Reheat Pizza: Oven, Air Fryer, Microwave & More

Takeout pizza is one of the greatest meals ever, but when it’s been sitting on the counter or the fridge all night it loses some of its appeal. This is why it’s so important to reheat it at the optimal temperature for whatever appliance you have in your kitchen. In general, the best temperature to…

Pizza Pan vs Pizza Stone – Which Should You Buy?

Pizza Pan vs Pizza Stone – Which Should You Buy?

Both pizza stones and pizza pans have a place in my kitchen, but if you’re just starting out in the pizza making game the choice between buying the two can sometimes be confusing. A pizza stone is better for cooking pizza than a pizza pan. Pizza stones are preheated for hours and start cooking the…

How To Use A Pizza Pan With Holes In It: They Just Work Better

How To Use A Pizza Pan With Holes In It: They Just Work Better

Traditionally, homemade pizza was made using a “pizza pan”, which is basically a round metal pan the shape of a pizza. But these pans actually block the ovens heat and don’t cook the crust well. A Pizza pan with holes in it solves this problem. A pizza pan with holes in it, also known as…

Detroit Style Pizza Pan Review – Lloydpans’ 10×14″ Hard-Anodized Pre-Seasoned Pan

Detroit Style Pizza Pan Review – Lloydpans’ 10×14″ Hard-Anodized Pre-Seasoned Pan

The secret to a good Detroit style pizza is a good dough, a good sauce and, perhaps most importantly, a good pan to bake it all in. Lloydpans’ 10×14″ Detroit style pizza pan is perfect for making deliciously crispy Detroit style pizza. Its hard-anodized aluminum body with PSTK (pre-seasoned tuff-kote) finish will never rust and…

Should You Oil A Pizza Stone? No – Here’s Why

Should You Oil A Pizza Stone? No – Here’s Why

Pizza stones serve a very simple purpose but for some reason can be confusing when you’ve never used one before. Take the issue of oiling a stone before using it, for example. Is it a good idea? No! You should never oil or pre-season a pizza stone. Pizza stones are porous and absorb moisture as…