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Old 05-15-2011, 12:15 PM
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Ditto for the wife, she is humouring me with fained interest at best. I look forward to the first pizza, roast, bread and anything else that takes my fancy with friends, relations and especially neighbours.

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Old 05-15-2011, 04:13 PM
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I use mine most weekends with the odd missed week when we are doing some thing else. Once it has been fired up I will use it all weekend and cook a variety of meals.

This weekend I fired on Friday for pizza, then sat around the fire in the oven with a drink or two, or three (lost count!). Cooked breakfast on Saturday morning, a beef casserole on Saturday night and the neighbours also had their dinner in the oven as well. We finished off the weekend with a chicken curry on Sunday night.
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It varies - I have been up to 7 days per week, cooking every night in it, baking bread etc. I can do a roast with vegetables in about 2 hours from the time I light the fire to when we eat so that makes it good to use when you get home from work during the week....snip....
Not to hyjack this thread, but I'd like to read about this recipe and cooking utensils in the proper forum heliman....With pictures of course.....Please?

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