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Old 09-11-2014, 08:13 PM   #441
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Nice video.

I have plans for this sort of oven.....
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Old 09-11-2014, 08:23 PM   #442
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Nice video.

I have plans for this sort of oven.....
You should. You'll get nothing but positive encouragement here!
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Oh, I'm sure my skills will be critiqued, I've laid up a few brick catch basins and repaired some things, but my brick and mortar handy work is far from what this crowd is used to.

But I am determined to build an oven....rickety as it might end up....
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Looks delicious. Your voice does NOT sound like what I was expecting. Kind of the opposite of seeing a radio DJ
I was expecting a deep rough voice with a smokers cough.
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Looks delicious. Your voice does NOT sound like what I was expecting. Kind of the opposite of seeing a radio DJ
That's what I thought. Record yourself, you may be surprised.
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I was expecting a deep rough voice with a smokers cough.
'I'm not surprised to see you here
You've got smokers cough from smoking, brewer's droop from drinking beer
I don't know how you came to get the Betty Davis knees
But worst of all young man you've got Industrial Disease'
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That's a good tune Karl.

How about: It's okay had a bad day
Hands are bruised from breaking rocks all day
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Dire Straights right...CJ's anyway...don't know SC's song
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It's raining outside and the wife is sick, I guess it's a good day to bury myself in the 'wood fired oven' threads. I've read these threads front to back so many times , I have them memorized .
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That's cool hook...it's meant to be a resource as much as entertainment.
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We were in Asheville earlier this week and hit a bunch of salvage yards and found some great stuff. I spotted this Italian marble pastry slab and snatched it up..$29. It's 18"x30"x3/4. Typically this size, you're looking at least $150.

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I grabbed the butcher block table at another place for $32...I don't think they knew what they had. The top is tight, and isn't all beat up. 24"x24"x3" and has nice farmhouse skirt boards and legs.

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A burn we did a few weeks ago...mine and my sons fav, Margarita.

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Just before the wheel got it...

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Nice score on the slab and table, and a very nice margharita. I use an 18x18 marble floor tile outside, it works great.
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We love Asheville. We try to get down there a couple of weekends a year. My wife is 'Biltmore Crazy'
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Do ya'll use your ovens often ? I really want to try to build one. But I've never seen a pizza oven before, much less try to build one. So I'd be some what lost.

I don't want to build something in my back yard and stop using it after the new wears off ( like an old swimming pool)

I first thought it was something like a phase I was going through But I keep returning to the threads to see what ya'll are building and cooking ! And I keep researching ovens on the ol inter web when ever I have time.
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Not every weekend, but I'm sure we will use it even more now that the ungodly hot summer is easing up. It doesn't get old....me me anyway.
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I fire it up at least once a month, hot or cold, but usually more often in the spring and fall. I have probably cooked 300 pizzas in the last 4 years, plus a plethora of other stuff in it.
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Asheville where everyday is Halloween I live near asheville and help a friend of mine that has a farm with one of the two tailgate markets they do on Saturdays in Asheville . It is worth it just for the people watching

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