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Oven walls from re-used cut field stone

Rado,
Good to hear from you, I am back again.

I’ve really enjoyed this project and we’ve had a lot of fun over the summer entertaining our neighbors and friends trying out new recipes and experimenting with the oven. I’ve attached a few pictures from start to finish and you can choose what you’d like to include on the website.

The whole project took two months of only evenings and easy weekend work beginning in the spring. As you can see I began in the snow fall. :<) I used cut field stones from an old house near my Dad’s farm for the foundation to break up the look a little. Thanks for your help and plans!

Field stones on this pizza oven.

Back of a pizza oven with field stones. Front of a pizza oven with field stones. Start with digging footing at snow wall. Building walls with re-used cut field stone. Walls made from a reused cut up field stone. Building a pizza oven in Canada.

Making chimney capping on a pizza oven.

Directions for dough for pizza base – real nice!

We found a pizza crust recipe that worked really wonderfully in the oven and we had rave reviews. Thought we’d share it – it’s truly amazing – so easy to make that one could describe it as too good to be true, until you try making it and eating it! Just look at it:

Pizza from the recipe on the page.
Pizza from this culinary formula

  • 1 cup warm water (actually hot as a tap water)
  • add 1 pkg (2 1/4 tsp) fast rise yeast and set aside 10 min in small amount of luke warm water in a glass
  • 1 tsp salt
  • 2 cups flour
  • 2 Tbsp olive oil

DIRECTIONS:
Mix Flour, Salt & Oil and then add yeast mixture while adding all water. Stir together well until a soft dough forms. Cover and place in a lightly warmed oven for 20-30 minutes until dough doubles in size. For thin crust divide dough in half to make two pizzas or use full recipe for a one thicker crust.

We look forward to many seasons of good cooking!

Regards,
Paul
Souris, MB
Canada !!!

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