So I had a bizarre thing happen last night. I made pigs in a blanket using the Pillsbury crescent rolls. I make one batch without cheese, and one batch with. I put half a slice of American cheese on the dough before I roll up the hot dog in there. Every time I bake them, the cheese ones ooze out and the cheese will burn. Since using the stoneware, it's at least been easier to clean up afterwards. But last night, not only did the extra oozing cheese burn, but the bottoms of the rolls! The tops were perfect, but the bottoms of half of them were completely burnt! The stone was at the bottom of my oven (I cooked the 2 stones at the same time, so the other one was in the middle of the oven). I thought things never burn on stoneware? Is it because it was on the bottom, making the tops take too long to brown, compared to the actual heat cooking the bottoms? It's my kids favorite meal and I've made them tons of times, but have never had this happen before--I thought I did 2 stones like this last time, but maybe I'm mistaken.