Hello..my name is Terry and I am a bricklayer/builder.
My interests are cooking, butchery and wood-fired ovens.
Hi Terry and welcome....I note your interests...can I just suggest that you butcher them first, then get the woodburner going and them cook them...saves the animal welfare people coming down like a ton of bricks.....
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welcome to the forum ,i have just caught up on your other posts .the ovens sound fascinating do they take long to get up to temperature as they are large structures ,or do you have to keep them warm between cooking sesions
Yes Terry, I do have to agree with all the posts above, I imagine that you're very handy to have around and in great demand with your skills.
I shall look forward to many more posts from you.
Many thanks to all for the warm welcome
...As far as Newport's old Art College.....work started and then the contractors went bust and as yet they haven't found a new developer.
The heat up times for wood-fired ovens vary. If you want one just for Pizza parties then people tend to buy "modular"...or kit form ovens. The heat up time is between 30 mins and 1 hour and a small fire is kept to the back or side of the oven. If it is to be used for bread baking then a brick Pompeii-style or vault oven is used. Heat up time is 1 1/2 hours +. Clay/Cob/Earth ovens are also very popular and as long as you have a door...they are all capable of baking bread.
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Terry, I found this yesterday. It was so good to see inside the building again, I loved my time there.
I'll try that again!
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