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Old 06-24-2008, 01:46 PM
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- picture 1, the pine cooking table. This and the four chairs were at a giveaway price from ebay, and the marble slab was another ebay find for £1.20. I've been using the marble slab to make the pizzas on, as it seems easier to get the peel under them that way
I'm going to buy a second marble slab to set next to the one I already have. We're finding that the pizza making is going one to 1 1/2 at a time, while the oven can bake more. I think that's called a bottleneck.

With the second slab, we can get family dinner baked more quickly and everyone's pizza is hot at the same time.
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Old 06-24-2008, 01:50 PM
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This is really a great setup Carl. Congratulations.

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Old 06-24-2008, 01:56 PM
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Thanks everyone - couldn't have done it without you all, and especially this forum. I got my cheapo marble slab as an ugly 'occasional table' - by taking its legs off it gave me a nice slab to work on. Good old ebay.

My oven's only a small one, so I don't think I'll have your bottleneck James! Top recipe & pizza guide by the way - this was the first time I'd ever made proper pizza, and the instructions couldn't have been easier to follow.
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