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Budget Wood Fired Pizza Oven

Budget Wood Fired Pizza Oven If you are looking for a small project to get your hands (and feet!) dirty testing out some natural building skills, then building a wood-fired oven is a great place to start. This step by step tutorial of how to frugally build a homemade pizza oven is a great addition to …

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Oven-Fried Bacon – How To Make Perfect Bacon in the Oven

Oven-Fried Bacon – How To Make Perfect Bacon in the Oven I think we all can agree that crispy bacon is one of life’s greatest pleasures. However, standing over a hot stove dodging sputtering bacon grease is not and then there is the cleaning up after the grease has splattered everywhere. Here is how we …

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Making Pizza with a Dutch Oven

Making Pizza with a Dutch Oven Cooking with a dutch oven while camping is a wonderful thing! The versatility of it, the durability, the ease of clean up – all are great reasons to use cast iron and especially dutch ovens. There are many recipes out there that use dutch ovens to make chili and cornbread …

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How To Build An Outdoor Cob Oven For $20

How To Build An Outdoor Cob Oven For $20 This is not the first time we have posted about building an outdoor DIY Cob/Clay oven (sometimes also know as a pizza oven). I actually prefer this DIY build tutorial from ‘Home Grown And Healthy. It is a lovely and personal post, with great photos that …

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All-in-One Outdoor Oven, Stove, Grill and Smoker

All-in-One Outdoor Oven, Stove, Grill and Smoker I love to cook outdoors, This is why I have posted loads of outdoor clay oven, fire pit, rocket stove and BBQ posts and DIY tutorials. Cooking outdoors is great fun and good for the soul. Additionally having a means to cook outdoors like a BBQ or outdoor clay …

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Build an Outdoor Stove, Oven, Grill and Smoker

Build an Outdoor Stove, Oven, Grill and Smoker They say you can build this outdoor stove for under 300 bucks, I think we can get this price down a lot tho… just by using some common sense and some skills. The biggest obvious cost would be the brick and concrete blocks … The first thing I …

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