Mike takes the reader through the complete process, from choosing and preparing the site, mixing the clay, building the dome and finally finishing off your architectural masterpiece and what promises to be the next must-have garden accessory. He also gives sound advice on maintenance and repair and the eventual dismantling when your oven finally reaches the end of its useful life. Complete with plenty of delicious recipes ideal for the clay oven this book makes building your very own clay oven just a little bit easier. Mike says: Having taken the time to build this oven, you have put a lot of yourself into it. You have nurtured it, cared for it when it cracked, cursed at it when you let it burn your pizza, or fell in love with it when you have removed the perfect loaf of bread. It has become part of the family. As such, you may just find yourself calling it by a pet name. Each member of your family can play a part in its construction, adding that personal touch by decorating the base or perhaps with a child s handprint placed in the wet clay of the top layer or maybe even carve your name into it.Biografía del autor:
Mike Rutland and his family run a small family farm in Wales. When not feeding and tending livestock, growing his own food or building clay ovens, Mike is an architectural technician by trade. Both he and his wife are regular contributors to Home Farmer magazine. He also finds time to run courses on building clay ovens.
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