Thanks again everyone. All it takes is a "dollar and a dream" or is that a "Plan and a Peel? " I really liked the Big Green truck and thats kind of what pushed me into this. I also saw the fire truck post here from conn. and saw several fire trucks on Ebay that I almost purchased. But the final investment could not be justified part time. Its not just the oven expense but you also need so many gizmo's and gadgets from cooling trays, to proofing containers, table clothes, prep tables ... IN the end this is the way to go to start out and if anybody is interested in purchasing such an oven please run it past me! I do love the fact that I can be in or close to the action. I am working on a trailer dolly with ball for the front where 3-4 people
can push the oven into location with out the pick up truck provided the area is reasonably level. My plan is to see how it goes and maybe keep this unit for exactly these type of events and get a larger 48" oven on a 2 axle trailer side mounted for production gigs and festivals if it really takes off, and I really loose my mind.
As far as the Pizza Yes no starters, poolish or biga here or even fancy effective hydration here just a 20 min autolyse yes for sure ! and Just simple good ingredients oh a nice mixer helps! I have only heard A lot of "oh my gods" and some very very positive feedback, thats actually another reason I jumped in, so yes I assume the customers are quite happy at least everyone has paid so far + ! so it cant be all that bad.
And Craig thank you also! You are not the only on with an oven in your garage
thats where I keep it most of time. but the thought of getting your beautiful grand piece on a trailer haunts me ! so I will stick with my baby grand. I should run some 8 " flex pipe through roof so I can like back under clip in and bake even in the rain ! just a thought but it is a thought now darn U