Hocking Hills is an area that I was really excited to explore thanks to social media. I’ve seen amazing pictures from friends on facebook and images from photographers that I admire on instagram. Our visit to the area was less than 48 hours, but we know how to pack in a full throttle itinerary. That also means that I value a good night’s sleep after a full day of adventures.
I knew we were going to have a beautiful evening camping when I left the visitor center and noticed these beauties in the parking lot. The park was absolutely beautiful.
It can be a challenge to evenly cook a meal on the grill. I was given this baking/ grilling stone to try out. My husband is WAY better at grilling than I am which is why he was in charge of using the stone on the grill.
The stone is a great size that can fit multiple foods on it at once. It distributed the heat evenly and was less of a hassle than using aluminum foil.
The end result was a yummy boneless pork chop with veggies. You can even cut on the Baking/ Grilling Stone without scratching or causing damage to the stone. The Grilling/ Baking Stone was also easy to clean. The stone is dishwasher safe and can also be washed with just soap and water.
The Grilling/ Baking Stone is also microwave and freezer safe too. I’m looking forward to using it to make peanut butter cookies. This Stone would also be perfect for camping all of your meals. I would have never have thought to make pancakes on it until I watched this youtube video.