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    > Try this link:
    > or this one in case the other is mashed up by Yahoo
    > http://tinyurl.com/3uj3q
    > -- Sunset Magazine/Books' adobe oven project
    > I think the original book is out of print now but the photos,
    > instructions, and plan stuff online are enough.
    > Jim

    BTW, I'd recommend that everyone look through the Sunset site. There's
    a bunch of stuff on firing the oven, roasting & baking tips, recipes,
    etc. It actually goes back 30 to a 1971 article in their magazine and
    was reprinted (updated) for their Aug 1998 issue.