Superstone® Covered Baker
the superstore covered baker produces a spectacular Italian, or oblong, loaf of bread! It’s unglazed interior pulls moisture from the dough, replicating the effects of a brick-lined oven to give you a light crumb and crusty exterior loaf. try roasting potatoes in the baker for crispy skins and a fluffy interior. if you’re a bread baker and enjoy baking different types and shapes of bread, this baker is terrific!
Overall Height: 7" (to top of handle)
Overall Width: 5.5"
Overall Length: 15.5"
Base Outer: 15.5"L X 5.5"W X 2.5"H
Base Inner: 15"L X 5"W X 2.5"H
Lid Outer: 15.5"L X 5.5"W X 3.75"H (to top of handle)
Lid Inner: 15"L X 4.75"W X 3"H
Base & Lid: 15.5"L X 5.5"W X 7.25"H (to top of handle)
Base & Lid: 15.5L X 5.5"W X 6"H (to top of dome)
Made in China
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I love my baker!
Posted by Judd H. on Mar 14th 2018
This is my second oblong baker, and I love being able to bake two loaves at the same time. I ordered it first from Amazon (3rd party), and it arrived broken, so I sent it back and went to Sassafras directly, and theirs arrived in perfect condition. So when I go to get my 3rd and 4th, I'm definitely just going to order directly from Sassafras!
I have bought three of
Posted by Janice C. on Mar 14th 2018
I have bought three of your covered bakers over the years, two as gifts and have taught a number of people to bake bread using your superstone bakers. I have never been disappointed nor have anyone I have known who have used them been disappointed. Makes an incredible artisan loaf with a perfect crust.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 12th 2018
loved it. Baked professional level bread. Soft and moist. But one little issue: the lid had hairline cracks after one use. Was told that it's not a problem and company willing to replace if it becomes a problem. Other than that, really love the product.
Exactly What I Wanted...
Posted by Gina B. on Feb 10th 2018
This is fantastic for making European lean dough breads. Do not follow the "greasing instructions" for making lean dough bread. Preheat the pan and lid in a 500 degree oven, dry. I proof the bread on a piece of parchment, and squeeze it in a linen couche. When your bread is proofed, slash, lift the thole thing parchment paper and all, into the VERY hot pan, replace lid. Put it back into the oven. I bake 15 minutes at 500, then remove the lid and bake 15 more minutes (at 500) for a perfect, crusty, beautiful big loaf of bread. Fantastic. It is quite a big loaf pan, I use at least 4 cups of flour for a recipe.
i have not made any other kind of bread, but I would not grease this. And I probably wouldn't use it to cook meat or anything goopy. It absorbs liquid.
Posted by Rachel on Jan 30th 2018
It's my first bread and it tastes better than Mariano's fresh baked breads.