Steve in Morgantown, West Virginia – USA designed his oven to match their nice house plus he incorporated accent lights and complete wiring into the structure for a future sound system. It is the Masterly Tail oven design/project – MTo, described in his own words.
I was thinking about using the storage space under the hearth as another firing area to feed a pit both with stone veneer on. These ovens are some of the most highly rated in the nation. Initially I was thinking about a combo pizza oven / smoker each with veneer stone glued on. Use the space under oven as a fire box for a smoker to right hand side. Right side has metal top, grills under, counter weight to lift, and 2nd smokestack far right.
This beautifully built oven has matching flagstone on the outside with the same stone glued on the fireplace. The oven has a tall chimney going upwards just besides the roof over the relaxing hat. Thanks for your source of expertise!
Wood fired oven with built in lights. Next to the oven there is the nearly done fire-pit, we just need to find some suitable capstone for it. That has not stopped us though from using the fire pit ahead of finishing its making. My very first attempt with whole-wheat breads and rye breads went quite well! For making pizzas the temperature reading of the oven floor is 824 F degrees on the floor in the center. The pizza dough formula on this website is perfect.
Interesting outdoor Living-room with Kitchen area project. All is built using stones, bricks and chunky timbers. Project by Dave in San Marcos in Texas, USA.
I decided to make the outside of this oven using local stone from our close-by stone yard quarry. And for the roof in its entirety I used copper sheets and copper nails.
I am about to build my third oven, this time for another community. My second oven I built was the one in my own backyard for my family (link to it is down this page). And this here is THE first oven I built, it belongs to our community, we built it together using stones for making all the outer walls.
I began to build my pizza oven just before winter 2010 approached. Then I finished it completely in spring 2011. My oven cooks the most fabulous pizzas one can cook and eat. Pizza oven named: Forno Di Russo.
Photo of a wood fired oven built with using stones. All these stones and rocks the was built from came from around our property, thus it’s a free material and a good saving. Firstly, with my friend we started making pizza crusts in our dutch ovens. Then I decided to build my proper wood fired oven.
Joe’s oven built in Connecticut – U.S.A. Snow on the oven in winter. Dry fit (without mortar joining in between blocks) concrete blocks were used for building outer walls of the oven. The oven is the part of the outside kitchen for when we cook and bake or roast meat outdoors. Stucco covered chimney.