Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Wood for Brick Oven Pizza




45 comments:

  1. Do you have a brick oven? I would love one! I like the smell too :-)

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    1. No, we don't have one. I took this at the local pizza place in town. The wood was stacked almost to the ceiling!

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  2. That should make a lot of pizzas!

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  3. I hope you enjoyed your pizza lol :-)

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  4. Fantastic! Happy WW!

    http://www.nycsinglemom.com/2012/07/24/michelangelos-david-missoni/

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  5. Mmmm, I love brick oven pizza! I bet yours was super tasty!

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  6. Great shot. Now I'm thinking of pizza!

    I played too. Mine are here and here.

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  7. I love pizza, but I don't think I ate one from a brick oven before.

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  8. You cannot beat a pizza from a wood fired oven, yummo!

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  9. Save some of that wood for winter days... if we get cold enough ones. That will be a great pizza.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2012/07/wordless-wednesday-cousin-katys-super.html

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  10. Nothing like a fire in the fireplace on a cold winter morning.

    Come and link up at Royalegacy Reviews and More

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  11. There's a lot of nom-noms in that pic:@)

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  12. i've not tasted pizza from the brick oven. i'd love to try one.

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  13. Yum! I look forward to see the pizza :)
    Hope you are enjoying your week Carol!

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    1. Thank you Juliana, same to you, have a great week!

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  14. hmmmmm, pizza! With broccoli and bacon.

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  15. Mushrooms and spinach!
    Or plain.
    Or sausage..or

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  16. Totally making this mañana! BBQ Chicken!

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  17. Ooohhhh...a good wood fire smells sooo good!!

    http://www.homeofohm.com/2012/07/wordless-wednesday-1-big-fluffy-storm.html

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  18. Think of the stories that go along with each growth ring of the wood!

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  19. Oh brick ovens...food tastes so much better!

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  20. Fantastic perspective again.

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  21. Wow I imagine that it takes quite a bit of wood to heat the oven hot enough to bake a pizza. It would be a good way to keep warm in winter, but summer eye yi yi. Well cutting splitting and hauling all the wood for the oven hopefully burns enough calories to be able to indulge in yummy brick baked pizazz

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  22. It looks like irregular tiles in that image.
    But now I am also thinking of wood-fired pizza :)

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  23. I bet that PIZZA is deeeeLISH! xx Send me some!

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  24. I'm sure it's really good cooked in there!!!

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  25. Just looking at your picture I can taste the delicious flavor! I'm jealous that you have a wood oven for pizza, one of my dreams!

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    1. I'd love one for my own, too! We go to a very small but delicious place for their brick oven pizza pies.

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  26. That is my favorite Wordless Wednesday post because you have evoked so many senses (the smell of the fire, the taste of the crust, the sight of the pizza being taken from the oven, the textures of melted cheese and chunky sauce) with this one picture.

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    1. You just gave me a craving to go back and get more :)

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  27. Thanks for all the nice comments!

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  28. Beautiful photograph! I wish all homes came with a brick oven.... I wouldn't stop making pizzas if that was the case...hehe

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  29. That is so cool, do you own one? Best pizzas ever :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  30. That's a lot of wood...how good is the pizza they make?

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  31. Never thought of making a wood fire based pizza instead of a brick oven. It looks and sounds tasty. I stumbled upon your blog from the Wordless Wednesday Link party and I love the layout!

    -Milynn
    Love and Whimsy

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  32. It must be too hot to be near the over. I live near a pizza shop but I didn't see firewoods. They must have a different type of oven. :)

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  33. What a fun photo... Yes feed the oven

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