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In short, I wanted to pass on the knowledge I got from old people, honorable elders were living at the time with no electricity and electrical machinery.The brick oven is cost-effective and environmentally friendly because it is made ​​up of natural materials with small additions of modern materials more accurately the concrete.The construction and development of this particular brick oven is not too expensive to build and taste of food cooked in it is irreplaceable.If you want to create your own brick oven and enjoy cooking, this book will help you with that,Every detail is shown in the photo and explained, a picture says more than 100 words, and I think it really would not be hard to make yourself a brick oven,even if you have no experience in the construction with the photos will be very clear how to build and what to do.



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Build your own wood-fired oven with the help of The Backyard Bread & Pizza Oven, an inspirational how-to eBook that will walk you through the process of creating a timeless and beautiful pizza oven for your backyard.

Filled with clear instructions and dozens of high quality color photos and diagrams to illustrate the process, The Backyard Bread & Pizza Oven will help you create the hearth-baked flavor you find in top quality restaurants, at home.

Perhaps you’ve dreamed about an outdoor pizza oven for years, but felt like it was too big a project, or too overwhelming and expensive to even think about starting. The Backyard Bread & Pizza Oven will walk you through the process of building your own outdoor pizza oven, step by step, with detailed instructions and beautiful color photos.

The Backyard Bread & Pizza Oven will teach you:
>> Why an oven that combines brick and cob makes for an exceptional and long-lasting tool
>> What materials and supplies you will need to construct your oven, and how to use reclaimed materials to keep projects expenses low
>> How to build your oven, from choosing a site and building a base, to insulating and finishing the oven with earthen plaster
>> How to fire your oven to create amazing hearth breads and crisp-chewy pizzas
>> Which tools will help you bake the best bread and pizza
>> How to make best use of the oven’s residual heat to bake stews, pies, casseroles, and so much more!

About the Authors:
Brian Thomas and Teri Page and their family live in NE Missouri, where they built an off the grid homestead from scratch. Brian is a builder and artist blacksmith, and ran a “Community Supported Bakery” for 9 years, selling organic, sourdough, artisan breads baked in his hand-built wood-fired oven. Teri is the creator of the popular homesteading blog, Homestead-Honey.com, a life and business coach, and the author of Creating Your Off-Grid Homestead.








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Hearsay briefs from around Tennessee at 1:58 am EDT 03/18/15, via News & Observer

Scour Brothers Pizza is quietly winning over the rural South by slipping into places big-name pizza chains probably couldn't survive. It has installed its pizza ovens at so numberless gas stations and convenience stores that it has more U.S. locations than

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Pizza 120's toppings move from pepperoni to tofu but pies take longer to cook ... 03/17/15, via AL.com

The gleaming flatware oven at Pizza 120 powers to 800 degrees plus and conceivably allows pies to be baked in just two minutes, or 120 seconds, hence the restaurant's rating. During our Friday afternoon visit, cooking time was actually In addition to

How to build a pizza oven

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nIBXI9Co9U&feature=youtube_gdata

This video shows how to build a masterful pizza oven. This is an italian wooden fired oven. Plans at http://bakit. pdf Danish: Denne video viser hvordan man bygger den perfekte pizzaovn.

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The New Alfresco Kitchen

The New Alfresco Kitchen

Published by Taunton Press 2015

ISBN 1561588040,9781561588046
232 pages

Reflecting the growing look toward outdoor living spaces, a comprehensive, richly illustrated manual takes readers through the entire process of planning, constructing, and furnishing outside cooking and entertaining spaces, with ten portfolio kitchens that can serve as inspiration and a helpful resource list. 25,000 first printing.

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The ForHauz Square 10.5-inch Cast Iron Grill Pan takes the time-tested durability of cast iron that chefs have relied on for years, and updates it with a pre-seasoned finish to take all of the hard preparation work out of it for you. Due to its ability to distribute heat evenly and stay warm even after cooking, this pan is ideal for cooking everything from simple meals like eggs, to entire slow-cooked meals, to desserts. The 2-inch deep, ribbed bottom gives you the convenience of a grill, allowing grease to collect in the ridges, making low-fat cooking and professional grill marks simple. The non-stick surface is a natural result of the 100% cast iron material and pre-seasoning, without any use of chemicals found in other non-stick pans. You can reduce your use of oil in cooking to avoid food sticking to the pan to make your meals healthier. Simply coat lightly with oil or vegetable oil spray with each use, and the more you use it, the more the seasoning builds up for even better cooking results! Cast-iron cookware is safe and versatile for a variety of culinary needs, from stovetop to oven to outdoor campfires. It is built to resist damage and intended for long term use so you don't need to worry about replacing it over and over like many pans. It's ability to multi-task and stand up to heavy use provides exceptional value by reducing your need to purchase multiple types of pans. Just be sure to care for it properly.

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