Heavy masonry brick oven crane lifted for moving and transported using an one crane-truck option. From its original position, where it was constructed, the structure was lifted with the crane, loaded and truck driven to a new place where owners relocated to.
Category: Culinary Gold, kitchen equipment, miscellaneous, ovens, pizza — Tags: backyard, fire in oven, garden project, higher deck, insulation, outdoor kitchen, oven, pizza oven, recycled material, roof, small oven —
The outdoor area is made of logs and the oven fits to it extremely practically. We have a fireplace in the log area also, often we sit close by the fire, listening its sounds, and have a few tasty cocktails while waiting for the oven to heat up. Loads of clear vertical grain Fir, and even heavy chunky logs – this wood looks fantastic and is very prized in the Pacific Northwest region.
This oven fits a perfect nook on our wooden deck. Primarily a pizza maker who has never laid a brick before built the brick oven, for not only pizzas! I plan to roast big turkeys and other roasts and bake French breads. I like the smell of burning wood around the backyard and the oven brought perfect characteristics and a main feature to it and to the whole area.
Charlie from West Virginia built his oven much higher up, 42 inches, off the ground as to reach the level of the wood floor of the deck at the back of the house.