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Old 09-12-2008, 09:53 AM
Il Pizzaiolo
 
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Location: Tampa, FL
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Default Re: My New Oven "In Temporary Location"

Same fears here. My local fire dept is only 1/2 mile away, I can't believe I have not "had the visit". The trucks literally drive by my house for probably 25% of their calls. I've filled the neighborhood several times with smoke (when smoking ribs, pork butt). The thick, humid in the air in the morning holds the smoke close to the ground for hours. My plan is the same as Drake's when they do show up - FEED THEM!!!
Thank goodness for no pollution control - I'd be serving 20 - life at this point.

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Old 09-12-2008, 01:34 PM
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Join Date: Jul 2007
Location: Seattle wash.
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Here in Washington State, in the winter time,you can have an in door fire in your fire place even if there is a burn ban,if it is the only heat source you can afford.The fire marshall said as long as I was going to cook food,it was acceptable.I am sure laws vary by state...My main concern also was the location of the pizza oven in relation to the house.When I put it in it's permanent location,I will make sure it is farther away from the main house....
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Old 11-06-2010, 01:52 AM
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Awesome to see this! This is the best thread ever!

I'm thinking of doing the same oven design as temporary oven so I can get a feel for it. I have been looking at that design for a while now as it seems the easiest to build and whatnot.

Do you have more pics of the build and the oven? I'm also in WA (down in Vancouver) -- how does the clay/sand mortar hold up in the rain? How long did it take to build? Any tricky parts of the build that you learned from? Also -- if you don't mind me asking -- what was the total cost for the temp oven?

Looks like its somewhat of an older thread, but anyone with insight on this oven design would be most helpful. New to masonry here, also!

thanks!
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Old 11-28-2010, 06:14 PM
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Very nice.
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