Saturday, November 17, 2012

Learn to build a Pizza Oven


My friends Dan and Kazuyo are organizing this very interesting class, so I am passing the information on if you live in the Auckland area and are interested.



Pizza Oven Building Class on Dec. 1st and 2nd at PineValley B&B


Grant Steven, known for his hand built clay pizza ovens is coming for two days
to teach how to replicate his large example that will be built in the outdoor 
kitchen at 48 Young Access, Silverdale (Dairy Flat on google map).  Please bring gumboots, your camera,
and some energy to get this hands on experience that will save you thousands
of dollars when you take the knowledge to your garden.




Where: PineValley B&B
                        48 Young Access, Dairy Flat, 0992
                        phone : 09-442-5701, or 027-9191808

When : 1st and 2nd of December (Sat and Sun) 
                        from 10 am to 4 pm.

Cost : $40/ day or $70/ both days (better to come both days to get the complete information)

Please bring gum boots and own lunch. We will serve snacks and drinks.

16 comments:

  1. What a great class - I only wish I were nearer!
    Mary x

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  2. To have an outdoor pizza oven is my dream,wish I could join too but I live on the other side of the world.

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  3. This is interesting... I wish I were nearer too.

    My request is to have this recorded and put the video up here. Thanks. :)

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  4. It takes 2 days, I think that it would be too long :-)

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  5. Dai, che storia!! :D Troppo bello, Ale!!

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  6. uh questo farebbe impazzire mio marito glielo dico!

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  7. Wow, I just need a flight to move to New Zealand and have one of those :-D ♥♥♥

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  8. I'd love to learn about this, perhaps you could ask them to have a class in Hamilton some time

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  9. I am sure that you can call down Grant Steven from Kawakawa to make and do one for you :-)

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  10. Cool - my SIL and boyfriend have a wood-fired oven in their backyard and it was awesome. I was a little jealous, as I'm sure if I had one I would be experimenting with it constantly!

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  11. We are hoping to put a pizza oven in this summer but I think we are going with a kit set, although there is still the assembly of that too.

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  12. This looks so interesting unfortunately I don't have a backyard. Are you able to post some photos and info after the event and I can look it up when I have a backyard one day :)

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