As many know, I hope to make an oven for the top of my PH. Meanwhile.... I had a frozen lasagna that needed cooking: 2 hours at 400 degrees were the instructions. I didn't feel like using the oven, so I got a rack out of the oven, removed the soapstone pieces from the PH, put the downpointing rungs of the rack in the channel at the back of the stove. The rack sat securely on the stove, front of the rack sticking out a few inches, end pieces pointing up. I had the PH at right around 400 degrees. Put a cookie tray on the rack, then the lasagna on the cooking tray, barely cracked the top open at the middle to vent moisture...not nearly as tented as I would have had it in the oven. Then just left it there. Kept the stove at around 400. Cooked the lasagna beautifully.....left it on there a lot longer than 2 hours, though. Next time I try to bake something on the PH, I'm going to use the rack, but use a large roasting pan as an oven, and put my food in it. I may try a pie or cake or brownies or cookies next time...or a loaf of bread. The orasting pan should be fine up on the rack. I suspect it will work very well. Has anyone else tried baking on a rack over the stove?