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Old 08-21-2010, 07:17 AM
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Default Re: Pompeii 90 in Sacramento

Thanks Dino,

I do have the insulation on, 3-4 inches of blanket on the top 1/3 of the dome and then a layer of 4 inches of perlite 3/4 of the way up the dome where I only used 2 inches of blanket. Seemed to be the best trade off.

I didn't let the pizza cook for very long a little hungry....

I have noticed by starting fires that it does take about an hour to come up to temp. I really need to get some hardwood as I have been burning redwood scraps from a fence and deck to cure and test the oven.

Thanks for compliment, I am almost done and for the most part it has been me and my father working all summer. This site and threads like yours have provide a lot of great advice and ideas for tons of issues.

Regards,

Bob
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