English as the language of pizza ovens
This is cool. Our web site sells us what country visitors come from,
what page they look at, and if they are returning visitors (nothing
more), and we are getting visitors from all over the
world. English is everyone's common second language, and from the
many return visits, it looks like we folks either building or
seriously considering pizza ovens from just about everywhere,
including China and Zimbabwe. Cool.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Robert Musa" <moose@c...> wrote:
> now you've got me thinking. what kind of chinese food could we
adapt for the pizza oven? kung pow chicken pizza sounds good ...
How about Kimchee (Korean) using the warm oven to age it instead of
burying it in the ground?
Don't you bury Kimchee for 10 years?
We do Indian -- Tandoori chicken, lentils and curries, and naan bread
in our oven. I will post Tandoori and naan recipes -- it works very
well. Has anyone else tried this, or know about tandoori ovens? My
wife is English and enjoy's Indian, so we've had a lot of it over
the years -- restaurants and at home.
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