GeorgiaPeach said:I haven't done this for a while (maybe I should!) but it was a great visual. I baked a cookie on a metal cookie sheet and one on a stone. (Okay, I actually baked more...I just ate the rest!) I passed each cookie around the room so they could see the two cookies side by side. The one baked on metal had a smooth, shiny, dark bottom...was hard. The stoneware cookie was perfect. I also baked a cookie on a stone for 40 miutes and showed how it looked...didn't burn, etc. Got lots of oohs and ahhs.
Click on "Chefsuccess.com a COmmunity of PC Consultants in the top bar of the page. Then click on the "Topic" your question would fit into - bookings... recruiting....chefrobina said:Sorry, I know this isn't about this thread, but I need to know how to post a new question. All I can seem to figure out is how to respond.
I love this idea but I don't think I can bring myself to waste money on an inferior stone - but it is a great story that we can all use! "I know a consultant who...". Thanks!feliciamck said:Buy one of the cheap immitation stones and cook on it for a while. Make garlic bread, fish sticks, etc. It will really start to smell! They are also very porous so all the grease soaks in and all the way through to the bottom!
I found this out when I broke my stone and didn't know anyone selling PC. I bought a cheap one to tide me over.
What a mistake! I am glad I kept it and now that I am a new consultant, I plan on bringing it to my shows to let customers see what an inferior product looks like up against the real thing!