Pizza Oven/Outdoor Kitchen Build Video
I finally compiled my building photos for our swishy oven and outdoor kitchen. Pizzas get better each time we make them - lately we've been baking soft pretzels! Cooked our Thanksgiving turkey in the oven last year and briskets left overnight to slow cook after making pizzas is a welcome morning breakfast treat!
Wood Fired Pizza Oven and Outdoor Kitchen - YouTube
Last edited by Abear; 03-01-2012 at 02:41 PM.
Re: Pizza Oven/Outdoor Kitchen Build Video
Thanks, Buckeye! I learned a lot on this site before I got started and I hope this helps inspire others to take on the challenge! This oven was built with commercial grade firebrick (more dense). I couldn't find anyone at the time who built an oven with these bricks so I wasn't sure how much wood/time I'd need to fire it up. It takes about 1-1 1/2 hours to get the oven up to 850 degrees. After a pizza night, the oven is still about 200 degrees around midmorning. Overall, I wouldn't be concerned if you can get these bricks (or slabs like I found) instead of firebricks found at the local brickyard. You will burn through a lot of diamond tipped blades while cutting them, though!
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