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It looks wonderful. I need to make something similar here.
It is wonderful , one of the youngs in the familly just came from Usa where he learned how to built it.
I've already been consulting WIKI.
I knew you will like it:)
I've used a brick oven and was delighted with the results; would love to have a mud oven, especially on those days when I don't want to heat up the house. Brilliant idea!
It was the first time that they used it and everything that came out was realy good.
Wow, I've never seen one of those before. I bet the pizza tastes great.
For me it was also the first time to see such oven. they worked on it for weeks.
I have wanted to make one of these for years. I think you will enjoy many pizzas from this oven .
They are so busy with children and work and don't have much time to enjoy it.
I have heard of them, but never seen one. What a wonderful idea, and in these 'modern' days I can think of no better way for a family to share an outdoor meal!!
We dont do it often but when we do we enjoy it very much.
Looks like the mud ovens the Hopi and Navajo Indians use in our Southwest.
I think he learned there to built it.
Was the pizza delicious? I love good pizza.
It was deliciuos Jennifer, it was too hot outside like at yours.
Is it a typical design for the area Yael?
This is the only one that i see here, It was built by my daughter's brother in law who was in usa and learned there how to built it,
It looks just the job. What is on the pizza? Personally I like lots of onions in addition to the usual cheese and tomatoes. Maybe a little fish or two, sardines or anchovies.
We put also olives,peppers,almoet every thing that is in the houe:)
I'm like a dog salivating over a juicy bone. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.
And not only pizza, some other things too.