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Pizza Oven Ohio 2011
The final step in completion of my pizza oven junction city Ohio 2011 two years in the making although not full years more like last fall and this spring,summer,and fall. near the end I just have to add the stone to the front face of the pizza oven. It was one large undertaking,just me and my wife with a lot of cement steel blocks brick and wood.And we also cured the oven and have enjoyed fresh hand made Ny style Pizza.
Re: Pizza Oven Ohio 2011
Pics, Pics, Pics.......and where in Ohio is Junction City?.........I know I've been there but can't remember where it is......
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