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- (Oven Cleaner) For most oven cleaners designed to work in a cold oven, strong ingredients are necessary to remove burned-on soils. A strong alkali, like sodium hydroxide (lye), is the principal agent in such oven cleaning products. During use, the alkali converts the grease to soap.
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Old Stone Oven 14-inch Round Baking Stone
A baking stone for home oven use reminiscent of the stone baking ovens of earlier times. Over 30 years ago the Old Stone Oven Company first introduced the baking store for home use and it is still the best. Thicker than other stones available, it has a porosity and heat retention that is perfect for a good crust. The Old Stone Oven Pizza Stone duplicates crispy pizzeria quality pizza - crust and all- in a standard kitchen oven. The Stone can also be used to bake bread, rolls and biscuits giving them a very special texture and quality or as a warming tray to keep waffles, pancakes, fried chicken, etc warm until ready to serve.
Professional pizza and traditional European bread ovens are often lined with stone or brick. This is so heat is stored up and redistributed evenly. The resulting blast of heat from the Old Stone Oven Baking Stone gives bread and pizza a nice chewy crust. The rustic French tarts called galettes are also well suited to a baking stone. To use the 14-inch stone, place it in a cold oven and preheat, to 500 degrees for pizza, or according to the recipe for bread or galettes. The stone is made of the same material that lines blast furnaces and kilns, so it can handle ultra-high temperatures.
Wait until the baking stone is entirely cooled before attempting to clean it. Let it dry completely before using again. Some discoloration will occur over time; this is natural and will not affect baking. Using baking parchment may help delay that discoloration. Do not bake cookies, turnovers or other high-fat items on the stone; the stone would absorb the fat and proceed to produce smoke and bad odors. The stone comes with a flyer that contains detailed use and cleaning instructions, as well as recipes for bread, pizza dough, and two pizza toppings. --Garland Withers
We're cooking on gas
For a whole host of reasons too boring to mention, it's been a very
long while since I posted here. However, prime amongst those reasons
was the fact that our electric cooker had become absolutely horrid to
cook on and sucked all the joy out of preparing meals and baking
bread. With a thermostat more temperamental than a Hollywood starlet
and a ceramic hob that had more cold spots than a polar bear's bum, it
was impossible to bake bread with predictable results. Likewise,
saucepans were either stone cold or hotter than a solar flare.
So you can imagine how much pleasure I derived from dragging that old
cooker out of the kitchen earlier this week in anticipation of the
arrival of our new stove. Our house, like many in New Zealand, is
predominantly powered by electricity but, like many rural properties,
had an on-demand water heater that ran on bottled LPG, requiring a
contractor to swap out the bottles on a regular basis. Our desire to
be able to cook on gas meant we were happy to discover that the gas
company's mains supply actually reaches our street, a fact we gleaned
when our neighbour got connected. We ordered our own connection
(which also requires basic planning permission) and waited a few weeks
for the supply to be run from the street to the house. Once it
permission was confirmed, we went out and looked for the gas hob/fan
assisted convector oven combination we have always wanted - and today
it was installed and hooked up!
After the requisite clean-down and test, I decided that the very best
way to christen the stove was to whip up a classic omelette with a
little grated blue cheese. After three years of cooking on electric
(not including fires at camp and camping stoves during power cuts), it
was bliss to dash off an omelette in under three minutes and eat it in
under half that! As British Gas used to say in their '70s TV ads,
'Cookability - that's the beauty of gas'.
I've been curious about the products from a company named Norwex. They sell environmentally friendly cleaning products through home parties but whenever someone I knew was having a party I could never go......so I decided to just have one myself. It was great! A nice lady came over and cleaned stuff in my house like my nasty oven and some stained pans....good deal for me! :) Here she is demonstrating the oven cleaner
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