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  1. A few more pictures added.... http://picasaweb.google.com/bbellWFO/OvenCooking?feat=directlink
  2. Had a crowd over this weekend. Luckily had the day to prep different dishes and take my time otherwise I can see how event smight start to pile up on you. Pizzas were great but I had more fun with all the other dishes. Here's some photos: http://picasaweb.google.com/bbellWFO/OvenC...feat=directlink
  3. Here's a great group of videos with some of the dishes possible. Bill Wood fired oven video
  4. Hi Sarah, You can find a great community of builders and plans at this website. Head to the "Forum" section and you'll be immersed. http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/ Bill
  5. Great recipes can also be found at fornobravo.com. Snow sure impedes progress on building the oven...
  6. I had the first fire in the oven today. One step closer to actual cooking! Thanks for all the great ideas. i will report in as reipes develop and new discoveries are made. If you're at all interested in building your own oven please just let me know if you have any questions at all. Thanks!
  7. Kelly, Great idea for the onions. I'm guessing whole garlic would work as well. All good incentive to go lay some bricks!
  8. pfunk, Great stuff! I've been getting most of my tips and insights from the fornobravo forum. Great group and many postings from Australia. Thanks for the insights. Now if only the weather would cooperate....
  9. Hi Jean, Thanks for the note. Here's some progress pics for you: http://picasaweb.google.com/bbellWFO/BillS...feat=directlink Have a great weekend.
  10. Greetings, I'm in the process of building a wood fired oven im my back yard. It seems this is the wrong time of year to start playing with cement and mortar.... Regardless, the oven progresses and I'm curious if others have used one and what successes have they had. I'm hoping to branch out well beyond the pizza and bread that I've found many hints and recipes for. I'm hoping others may have dared brisket, porchetta, savory tomatoes, etc. Suckling pig? Any ideas would be great and I'll share the good and the bad once the mortar dries...
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