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Last night i had some friends over to enjoy the newly completed patio area.
So i fired up the oven and had a great meal.
Ive realized i really like Tri Tip and lamb chops,
but its time to switch up after this, ill have to start making some Pizza








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G'day V-wiz
The place is looking great, I saw the last pics and thought they were good but fitted out with the homey touches really changes it again. Well done!
As for the food .... Well you have really got that oven humming along that tucker is great.
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First off love the oven set up you have. What really fought my attention at first was your pavilion. That is a beautiful structure. I live in the northeast and got crushed with snow this past winter. My old aluminum pavilion literally was crushed by the weight of the snow. I am looking to replace it and I would love to do something like you have. Did you do that yourself or have someone build it for you? Any information you can share would be great. My oven was supposed to be my project this spring but they may have to wait until I build my pavilion again.
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First off love the oven set up you have. What really fought my attention at first was your pavilion. That is a beautiful structure. I live in the northeast and got crushed with snow this past winter. My old aluminum pavilion literally was crushed by the weight of the snow. I am looking to replace it and I would love to do something like you have. Did you do that yourself or have someone build it for you? Any information you can share would be great. My oven was supposed to be my project this spring but they may have to wait until I build my pavilion again.

Thank you Thomas, my father, brother and I built it. You can see the build here. http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f21/...les-18741.html (42" Brick Oven & Grill in Los Angeles.)
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Very nice looking comfort patio. Good job done by your family. This premium patio deserves such a premium meal.
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Congratulations on your build and outdoor area in general. The food pics are excellent and it looks like you have done the setup proud with the food you have cooked. It shows the care and attention to detail applied to it.

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Thank you v12 and Steve, yes we sure are proud of our hard work, only issue is i dont more time to use the oven.
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