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    The pizza oven has made it to About.com.

    I spent the day talking about brick ovens and cooking with Kyle
    Phillips, the Italian food editor at About.com a few weeks back, and
    he just posted his pages on pizza in a pizza oven. Kyle is an
    American, and has been in Florence for 20 years, and luckily is
    moving to a new house that has a pizza oven, so he is motivated to
    get good at this! There might be a video and more recipes in the
    future. He really knows his Italian food. Cool. There are even a few
    photos of my mega-fast oven (now I wish I had put a little more time
    into the trim and finish).

    The pages are at:

    Any input on a video?