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Old 09-10-2009, 05:37 AM
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Keeping with the rustic/ reclaimed theme, the door was made from an old oak floorboard I found, cut up and screwed together to for a 'plug'

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Old 10-15-2009, 12:09 PM
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From your first picture I wondered how you'd get a oven in there! Congratulations you pulled it off
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Old 10-16-2009, 05:37 AM
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Thanks Jamie, I know it isn't in the same league as some of the precision ovens on the forum, but it fits in the surroundings well and, more importantly, it cooks pizzas which is all I ever wanted!
One of the neatest ovens I have seen on this site. The coolest thing is, it looks identical to the ovens that inspired James and company to do this in the first place. Fits right in with the Pompei Oven theme.

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One of the neatest ovens I have seen on this site. The coolest thing is, it looks identical to the ovens that inspired James and company to do this in the first place. Fits right in with the Pompei Oven theme.

Bravo.
Thank you Roadkyng, though I can't imagine it will be around in a few hundred years like those original ones!! Still gives me immense pleasure every time I fire it - like I'm about to right now!
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