18 Nov. 2010|
Outdoor oven diy,build wood kiln ceramics,how to make a hot tube - Review
This week’s DIY is admittedly ambitious ~ but in the spirit of all of the outdoor dining happening this fourth of July weekend, I though it very appropriate!
I know there are a lot of people reading the My Pizza Oven series on Slice and salivating at the beautiful ovens depicted.
A masonry oven might be a large undertaking for some, both in terms of project skill level and money.
Sure, a cob oven doesn't have as long a lifetime as a masonry oven, but for $20 and a couple weekends' worth of work, you could consider it your starter oven.
But Ziggy, over on The Year of Mud gives a breakdown on building an oven from cob, a building material similar to adobe, consisting of clay, sand, straw, water, and earth. For this you’ll need an outdoor oven, and this piece you can build yourself without any problems.
Concrete and brick ovens are rather easy to build, you can make different shapes depending on what you are going to cook mostly.