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Old 04-10-2009, 05:34 AM
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Default Re: Salv's WFO Build

A little more progress on the oven. Managed to level the floor up and finally get rid of the wooden frames. I am looking to get some dark grey tiles to finish the floor.

Salv's WFO Build-img_2918.jpg

I've been using the oven every weekend and my favourite pizza at the moment is one with a little tomato, fresh mozzarella, reguar mozzarella and a bit of rosemary and basil. Heres a pic.

Salv's WFO Build-img_2902.jpg
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