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June 22, 2009


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Carolyn Jung

How come nobody ever shows up at my door with a portable pizza oven? =)

The green olive one looks especially divine. Green olives are one of my fave new toppings, after I made the Pizza Bianco from the A16 Cookbook. Can't get enough of them now.


Carolyn, see today's post. A way you can get that kind of heat at home.


Hey does this oven produce a lot of smoke?

Moe Rubenzahl


Actually, it produces very little smoke because the fire is actually quite small. The oven is so efficient that it takes just a little wood to attain 800 degrees.

But that said, I would certainly not use it indoors or anything, in case that's what you're thinking. As with any flame, it produces carbon monoxide.



thats awesome, is there a full instructions to making this oven?


Is there a post with a step-by-step with this oven? I have wanted to build a "backyard" model for several years but could never get past the permanence of one spot. I love this idea of having it mobile. I already have the axel/tire/frame assembly and would love to build one just like it.



Not for the one he made but I have seen plans for home made pizza ovens along these lines. Sorry, I don't recall where. Maybe Google "homemade brick pizza oven" or try other words like DIY.

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