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Outdoor Fireplace Photo Journal

Oct 29, 2012

Here’s a nice outdoor fireplace photo journal on Bob Vila Nation. There are some real beauties in there, and their intro paragraph is really good. “The smell of leaves burning is one of those signature scents of the fall season, isn’t it? Fall is wonderful in that it still lends itself to outdoor activities, but sometimes you need a little something to keep the chill at bay. Warm cider. A... Read More

Now That is a Cool Outdoor Fireplace

Oct 12, 2012

Norwegian architecture firm Haugen/Zohar has created an outdoor fireplace that brings a whole new meaning to having a bonfire. And they did it with leftover building materials. Talk about making design work. Wow. You can read the entire article — and see more great photos — on www.redesignrevolution.com.     Read More

Outdoor Fireplace from DwellingGawker

Sep 06, 2012

Check out this stylish Outdoor Fireplace from DwellingGawker. That is very nice work. It reminds me of the Bell Gabled houses in Amsterdam. Read More

Foodgawker.com

Aug 24, 2012

I stumbled across the Gawker universe yesterday, and thought I would pass it along. In their own words: foodgawker is a photo gallery that allows you to visually search and discover new recipes, techniques and ingredients to inspire your culinary adventures. we publish food photography submitted by food bloggers from around the world. our editors review hundreds of submissions daily and choose the highest quality, most appealing images to showcase.... Read More

Outdoor Fireplace in New Orleans

Jun 02, 2012

Here’s a nice outdoor fireplace from myneworleans.com; A house made for Summer. A young newlywed couple bought the house right before Katrina, but luckily it was spared, and they’ve been working on it ever since. Read More

The Outdoor Fireplace and Real Estate Values

Jun 02, 2012

I’ve written quite a bit over the years about pizza ovens and real estate values. In the early days of the Forno Bravo Forum, we had a community member who had built (and loved) a Pompeii Oven, who had been transferred at work and need to move and sell his house. This was during the worst moments of the economic downturn and the drop in house values. But he was able... Read More

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