Quick fix replacement for a baking stone?
While having a random conversation with a friend English muffins were brought up and I got such a horrible craving I decided I needed to make some. I haven't made English muffins before, but I'm not one to shy away from something I haven't tried yet. I found a recipe that looked good, happily discovered I had all the ingredients only to be deflated when I realized that my baking stone is in storage in a different state. The recipe calls for a baking stone, warmed and slightly greased. And here's my question... I won't be able to go out and get a baking stone for quite awhile. But I'll still be craving some fresh out of the oven English muffins and now that I've got my brain wrapped around homemade ones I just don't think I could go for anything less. :) Is there a quick fix replacement for a baking stone? I was trying to find something and did a few google searches but without a whole lot of luck, though I did find a rustic baking site that suggested using two baking sheets instead. Any thoughts on this?