Outdoor pizza oven

My_3_Girls Posted By My_3_Girls, Sep 19, 2006 at 8:02 PM

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  1. My_3_Girls

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    I know it's a little early, but with my wood cut, new insert installed, and winter upon us, I need a project for the spring. Anyone ever try building an outdoor pizza oven? I anticipate that it would be somewhat like an old fashioned BBQ (60's and 70's) made out of brick. Something cheap, but good looking. Something part of or in addition to a fire pit. Let's hear it!

    (I'm blaming this post on Craig, talking about Northhampton/Amherst Pizza)
     
  2. Homefire

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    all the info you need to cook

    http://heatkit.com/html/bakeoven.htm
     
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  4. KP Matt

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    What I would like to see is something that had a bread/pizza oven as well as a barbecue grill.

    Have yet to see it anywhere, but I don't see why it wouldn't work.
     
  5. MountainStoveGuy

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    here ya go, its called the big green egg. there awesome!
    http://www.biggreenegg.com/
     
  6. KP Matt

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    I've seen those Green Eggs, but never seen one at work. How well do they work as ovens? The smoker function would be a big plus.

    I just wonder whether you can use your own wood and brush, or is it just charcoal?

    For the oven, I would lean towards massive masonry oven. I worked in a historical park outside of Montreal 12 years ago; they had a stone fireplace/hearth with an oven behind the fire. You'd have a fire burning for about a day, let it burn out, and you'd be able to bake bread for a few days after the fire was gone.
     
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