Old 05-26-2011, 12:23 PM
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Duluth, MN
Posts: 2
Default 36"Round Brick oven workshop

I will be co-teaching a 36" round brick bakeoven workshop up in Two Harbors MN for anyone who is interested. Send any questions and inquiries to this workshop to either me or to Derek at BothHands Bread.
Sign up early, these workshops fill up fast!
Eric Moshier
Solid Rock Masonry

Wood Fired Brick Oven Class Join Us!
Learn how to build a wood-fired masonry oven at our new farmstead home just north of Two Harbors, MN. Over the course of 4 days, we will build a 36 x 36 wood fired brick oven, which will be used to make wood fired pizza on our farm. The workshop will focus on hearth construction, oven walls, arched door, fade and chimney. Additional information such as the foundation and insulation will be provided.

Derek Lucchese, famed bread oven builder and baker, will instruct this four-day course. Derek teaches a similar course at our beloved North House Folk school in Grand Marias, MN. To learn more about Derek please visit his website - Both Hands Bread & Pizza

Thu, July 14- Sunday 17th, 2011

Course Details
Hours: 9am-5pm

Registration Fee
$300.00 per person for the full 4 days
$250.00 per person for 3 days
$200.00 per person for 2 days
$100.00 per person for 1 day
Please note that there is a limit of 15 people for this course on any given day.

Rustic style camping on our property is welcome.

Several hotels are also located nearby.
The Northern Rail is 8 miles from our home - Northern Rail Traincar Suites, North of Two Harbors, Minnesota

Lunch is provided each day. For those that decide to camp, breakfast and dinner is available for an additional fee.

Please call or email Nicole Wilde to register for this course Nicole@wildegrowth.com or 218-834-0769.

Our Farm Location
We are about a 45 minute drive from Duluth A left on Highway 3 just past Betty's Pies and then drive exactly 11 miles. We are on the right.
Wilde-Thorne Farm (Joe Thorne and Nicole Wilde)
3360 Highway 3
Two Harbors, MN 55616
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