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Title: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on December 12, 2017, 10:52:06 AM
Hi guys,

I just started to build my WFO in Belgium, first day went well :-) , the second day it started to snow (normally it never snows in this part of Belgium :-D ) so i wait untill the weather is getting better.
I builded the base, on this base comes an iron framework (20 cm high).

https://i.imgur.com/vDFQrPr.jpg (https://i.imgur.com/vDFQrPr.jpg)
https://i.imgur.com/UKamhwP.jpg (https://i.imgur.com/UKamhwP.jpg)
https://i.imgur.com/YUDtJZ9.jpg
 (https://i.imgur.com/YUDtJZ9.jpg)
In the framework come reinforcement rods and than it will be filled with 10cm of concrete and on top a mixture of cement and agrex (10cm) like in this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM9zteuE8UA
 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM9zteuE8UA)

Also just received my bricks from napoli for the floor and dome  :D

https://i.imgur.com/dvsoHup.jpg (https://i.imgur.com/dvsoHup.jpg)
https://i.imgur.com/tc6gZ3m.jpg (https://i.imgur.com/tc6gZ3m.jpg)

I would like to build an oven that looks like the Stefano Ferrara (see picture) this two ovens are in Rotterdam (old scuola) and they look very nice! But this is only a dream, i will be happy if a normal Neapolitan oven succeeds  :D

https://i.imgur.com/SrooQ0q.jpg
 (https://i.imgur.com/SrooQ0q.jpg)
Grtz

Rob
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on December 12, 2017, 10:55:19 AM
Can anyone tell me how to attach some pictures?  ???
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: vtsteve on December 12, 2017, 11:34:19 AM
Can anyone tell me how to attach some pictures?  ???

We love build photos!  :)


If you expand the    + Attachments and other options   link in your reply, you'll get a dialog where you can attach image files.

Make sure your image file is one of the approved types (with the given extensions -- I believe that it's case sensitive, so .JPG will fail but .jpg works).

The photo to upload must be a file on your machine, not a link to imger or another photo sharing service - we don't want your pictures to disappear when the service goes bankrupt or changes their terms of service.  :)

Large files sometimes work, sometimes not; resizing your image (downward) may help.

Your photos *will not* appear in the preview.

There's a dedicated photo test thread (https://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php?topic=33199.0) where you can practice uploading. If you're using a phone, the pictures sometimes come in rotated; you can make multiple posts to the test thread until you get them right, then post them "for real".

I like to post the body of text first, then use the "Modify" button and add photos afterward - sometimes a problem with the photo can cause your post to fail, and your text might go away too.   :(
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on December 12, 2017, 12:20:29 PM
Thanks vtsteve!

I think my pictures are to big (2,5MB), i'll try to resize them and practice a little bit in the photo thread  :)

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Pete-zza on December 12, 2017, 06:55:06 PM
Can anyone tell me how to attach some pictures?  ???
robvst1987,

I did it for you.

Peter
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on December 13, 2017, 04:05:53 AM
Thanks Peter!
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on January 05, 2018, 04:15:47 AM
So a small update:

I welded a frame together (frame height 23 cm) and reinforced it with a concretenet.
I mounted it on to the base and filled it with concrete (+- 10 cm) on top of this concrete now comes a mixture of perliet and concrete (heat absorption) where i place the oven on.

Also made a drawing of the oven to determine the angle for placing the briks of the dome, i cut out a mal to make the sandform for the dome.


Rob

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: ChristianVerschaeren on January 10, 2018, 05:07:04 PM
Goe bezig Rob!
Ik begrijp nog niet helemaal wat je van plan ben, ga je beton gebruiken als thermische massa (heat absorption) onder de vloertegels?

Kleine tip: als je een zandvorm maakt, maak de grove vorm in zand en de laatste 5-10 cm dikte van vochtig zand gemixt met kalk, dat wordt redelijk hard en is dan veel nauwkeuriger dan gewoon zand.

Veel geluk!

Google Translate:

Be busy Rob!
I don't quite understand what you're planning, are you going to use concrete as a thermal mass (heat absorption) under the floor tiles?

Small tip: If you make a sand shape, make the coarse shape in sand and the last 5-10 cm thickness of moist sand mixed with lime, which becomes reasonably hard and is then much more accurate than plain sand.

God bless you!
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on January 11, 2018, 10:19:15 AM
Merci Christian!

Onder de vloertegels komt eerst een mengeling van argexkorrels met cement, hierop plaats ik dan eerst stenen met dezelfde oppervlakte als de ovenvloer. Op deze stenen komt dan nog een laag zand en bovenaan een kleine laag zout, hierop plaats ik dan de ovenvloer. Alles boven en naast de oven vul ik met hetzelfde mengsel van argexkorrels en cement.

Bedankt voor de tip van de kalk, ga dit zeker proberen!

Groet

Rob

Google Translate:

Thanks Christian!

Beneath the floor tiles comes first a mixture of argexkorrels with cement, on which I then place stones with the same surface as the furnace floor. On these stones comes a layer of sand and at the top a small layer of salt, then I place the furnace floor. All above and next to the furnace I fill with the same mixture of argexkorrels and cement.

Thanks for the tip of the lime, gonna try this for sure!

Greeting

Rob


Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: ChristianVerschaeren on January 12, 2018, 04:50:28 PM
Aait, I get it, so exactly as in that video, I've done that too, minus the salt.
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on February 27, 2018, 04:44:08 AM
A small update, the oven mouth is ready  ;D

Now I wait untill it stops freezing to work on the oven, hope it will be next week!

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: LaLabbo on February 27, 2018, 08:20:35 AM
Beautiful!

Can you explain how it was made?

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on February 28, 2018, 05:47:16 AM
Beautiful!

Can you explain how it was made?

Thanks  LaLabbo!

I took a metal plate (1cm thick), cutted it with a laser. On the backside it welded 2 parts (1 bended part and 1 straight part).

I'll take some pictures of the backside then you can see better how it's made.

Grtz

Rob
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on April 03, 2018, 02:50:30 AM
Next update,

I filled up the mal with a mixture of argex and cement, then i placed my first layer of briks.
On the outside i putted a second layer of briks and filled up the centre with sand, on top of the sand i putted a small layer of salt.
After this i placed the floorparts and started to place the oven mouth, when this was finished i placed the vertical briks of the dome.

I have a question: Now i have to fill up the oven with sand to make the dome, does anybody knows how to cover my floor and first round so it isn't full of dirt when i take out the sand?


Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Jon in Albany on April 03, 2018, 09:27:31 AM
I didn't use a sand form when building my oven, but check this trick out if you haven't seen it yet.

https://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php?topic=51175.msg514592#msg514592

To protect the floor during the build I cut an oven sized circle out of luan board (thin wood) and the cut the circle into 3 pieces that could each fit through the oven opening. I covered the seams with duct tape. Worked well and there were a few times I was glad the protection was there.
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Yael on April 03, 2018, 11:19:03 PM
All this wood behind begins to be nervous  :P

Thank you for sharing, you're doing a great job !
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Elkaybay on April 09, 2018, 05:13:53 AM
Hello Rob, another Belgian here  >:D

Good luck with your project that I'll follow with attention. Could you please let me know which material are the dome/wall bricks made of?
I suppose that they aren't made of biscotto like the base? But since you said that the bricks came from Italy too I'm unsure :)

Have a great day!
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on April 10, 2018, 02:39:07 AM
Hello Rob, another Belgian here  >:D

Good luck with your project that I'll follow with attention. Could you please let me know which material are the dome/wall bricks made of?
I suppose that they aren't made of biscotto like the base? But since you said that the bricks came from Italy too I'm unsure :)

Have a great day!

Hi Elkaybay,

I am amazed at how many Belgians are present on the forum :-)!
The briks for dome/wall are also biscotto from Napoli. I ordered them by https://www.facebook.com/FornaceSaputoBiscottodiCasapullaArtigianale/ (https://www.facebook.com/FornaceSaputoBiscottodiCasapullaArtigianale/)

regards

Rob
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on April 10, 2018, 03:57:43 AM
So,

I made some progress last weekend.
Fixed a strap around the briks, so they don't fall out.
And started to build the dome, i went so well i finished it on 1 day (also read that it's best to finish it in one time so it can dry evenly (https://slice.seriouseats.com/2010/05/donatella-arpaias-wood-fired-pizza-oven-built-by-stefano-ferrara-first-in-nyc-slideshow.html (https://slice.seriouseats.com/2010/05/donatella-arpaias-wood-fired-pizza-oven-built-by-stefano-ferrara-first-in-nyc-slideshow.html))) :-)

I don't have a lot of photo's building the dome because my phone was dead  >:(  the ones i have are in bad quality
Now i make the metal plate i will put around the oven and fill up with a mixture of concrete and argex, wanted a lot thermal mass :-)


Greets

Rob
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on April 10, 2018, 03:59:55 AM
Ow yeah my chimney also arrived yesterday and it's huge  :D

will take some pictures later
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Elkaybay on April 10, 2018, 04:25:11 AM
Hi Rob, that's interesting!

From what I read, most oven makers use refractory bricks for the crown and dome (Stefano Ferrara does). But some (like Aversa Forni) use the non-refractory biscotto material for everything.

How did you decide to use biscotto material for the crown and dome?
I understand the value of the low thermal conductivity of biscotto for properly cooking the pizza bottom, but for the crown and dome I can't think of how it makes a difference. A difference in insulation properties maybe?

Thanks!

Hi Elkaybay,

I am amazed at how many Belgians are present on the forum :-)!
The briks for dome/wall are also biscotto from Napoli. I ordered them by https://www.facebook.com/FornaceSaputoBiscottodiCasapullaArtigianale/ (https://www.facebook.com/FornaceSaputoBiscottodiCasapullaArtigianale/)

regards

Rob
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on April 10, 2018, 05:57:24 AM
Hi Rob, that's interesting!

From what I read, most oven makers use refractory bricks for the crown and dome (Stefano Ferrara does). But some (like Aversa Forni) use the non-refractory biscotto material for everything.

How did you decide to use biscotto material for the crown and dome?
I understand the value of the low thermal conductivity of biscotto for properly cooking the pizza bottom, but for the crown and dome I can't think of how it makes a difference. A difference in insulation properties maybe?

Thanks!


Elkaybay,

Actually it's just aesthetic  :D i don't like the look of the refractory briks, it's to clean haha.. And i'm building it like the youtube movie https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM9zteuE8UA (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sM9zteuE8UA) there they also use the biscotto briks. frankly, I have not thought hard about this  :D but i thinks i doesn't make a big difference (at least i hope so).

Rob
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on April 17, 2018, 09:56:15 AM
Installing the chimney...

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: LaLabbo on May 07, 2018, 03:31:20 AM
Hey Rob,

what will you use as stucco ontop of your isolation?

Thanks,
Marv
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on May 07, 2018, 08:55:28 AM
Hi Marv,

I'm planning to make the dome smooth with a layer of concrete, after that i'm going to apply a coat of primer http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/betokontakt (http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/betokontakt)

once this is done, plaster the oven with Knauf Supracem http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/supracem (http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/supracem) and in this layer comes a reinforcement net (see youtube movie) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs0DNog6tp4 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs0DNog6tp4)

For the finishing layer i'm going to use Knauf TOPIX http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/topix (http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/topix) 

I'm not a plasterer so i don't know if it's going to work, but i hope so  :D 

regards

Rob
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on May 07, 2018, 09:14:27 AM
Again an update about the oven.

I welded a steel plate around the oven and filled it up with the concrete/argex mixture.


Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Elkaybay on May 07, 2018, 11:15:07 PM
Superb, it almost looks like a real Acunto :)

Would you mind showing how you did the flue 'roof', is it also in metal like Acunto does?

Have a great day!
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on May 08, 2018, 03:05:10 AM
Thanks Elkaybay!

The problem is i don't have a picture of the roof, but I will explain it as good as possible.

The place where the flue roof came I made smooth with a layer of concrete (as you can see in the youtube movie), after that I made a mold out of carton. It looked like a big shell (only the top) , I made 2 other molds for the sidepanels. If you see the youtube movie it's made out of 1 part, but it was not possible for me because i don't have the machine to bend it at home. So when I finished the 3 molds (the top part en the 2 sidepanels) I putted the molds on a metalsheet (1mm thick, so it's possible to bend it a little bit) and cutted it out with a grinder. After that I putted on the top part and started to weld from the outside, so you can bend it in shape. Finally I welded on the sidepanels, only welded it on a few places. The seams I sealed with gun gum https://www.toolstation.be/shop/p23862?channable=e33580.MjM4NjI&gclid=CjwKCAjw8r_XBRBkEiwAjWGLlENRovsSk5dq3z_DB4HeNgYFpbohLIYeP2vyOiHhv30W-g6BLYIOtxoC7JoQAvD_BwE (https://www.toolstation.be/shop/p23862?channable=e33580.MjM4NjI&gclid=CjwKCAjw8r_XBRBkEiwAjWGLlENRovsSk5dq3z_DB4HeNgYFpbohLIYeP2vyOiHhv30W-g6BLYIOtxoC7JoQAvD_BwE) actually I don't think it's necessary to seal the seams because it's covered with concrete, but I had the tube so I used it...
I hope it was clear  :)

It's a pity that I do not have more photos, but if I am working on something I want to finish it as quickly as possible  :-[
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Elkaybay on May 08, 2018, 04:10:32 AM
Thanks for the explanation Rob, I think it's quite clear.

Maybe on your next set of pictures, you could include one of the interior of the chimney? :)

Enjoy the rest of the build, and hopefully we'll soon have pictures of the pizzas coming out of it.

Thanks Elkaybay!

The problem is i don't have a picture of the roof, but I will explain it as good as possible.

The place where the flue roof came I made smooth with a layer of concrete (as you can see in the youtube movie), after that I made a mold out of carton. It looked like a big shell (only the top) , I made 2 other molds for the sidepanels. If you see the youtube movie it's made out of 1 part, but it was not possible for me because i don't have the machine to bend it at home. So when I finished the 3 molds (the top part en the 2 sidepanels) I putted the molds on a metalsheet (1mm thick, so it's possible to bend it a little bit) and cutted it out with a grinder. After that I putted on the top part and started to weld from the outside, so you can bend it in shape. Finally I welded on the sidepanels, only welded it on a few places. The seams I sealed with gun gum https://www.toolstation.be/shop/p23862?channable=e33580.MjM4NjI&gclid=CjwKCAjw8r_XBRBkEiwAjWGLlENRovsSk5dq3z_DB4HeNgYFpbohLIYeP2vyOiHhv30W-g6BLYIOtxoC7JoQAvD_BwE (https://www.toolstation.be/shop/p23862?channable=e33580.MjM4NjI&gclid=CjwKCAjw8r_XBRBkEiwAjWGLlENRovsSk5dq3z_DB4HeNgYFpbohLIYeP2vyOiHhv30W-g6BLYIOtxoC7JoQAvD_BwE) actually I don't think it's necessary to seal the seams because it's covered with concrete, but I had the tube so I used it...
I hope it was clear  :)

It's a pity that I do not have more photos, but if I am working on something I want to finish it as quickly as possible  :-[
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: LaLabbo on May 16, 2018, 05:44:33 AM
Thanks for all the insights!

Did you use a shielding gas welding oder electronic welding?

Thanks,
Marvin
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on May 17, 2018, 03:35:41 AM
Hi Marvin,

Everything I welded for the construction on the "construction site"  :) I welded with an electronic welding machine.
The parts  I made separately (like the oven mouth, the bow for the chimney) I welded with shielding gas welding machine, because I made this at my workshop somewhere else. I don't have a shielding gas welding machine at home otherwise I used this for everything, it's much easier.

Regards

Rob
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on June 01, 2018, 03:39:11 AM
The oven isn't finished yet, but had to make some pizza  :D. The first 2 are a fact, still have to learn a lot about the oven en the dough but I think it's going the right way  :)

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Elkaybay on June 01, 2018, 04:50:15 AM
Excellent! Was the oven fully saturated in heat? I'd love to see pictures of the bottom of your pizzas.
If your mozzarella gets too soggy, you can always drain some water out of it upfront.

What still needs to be done on the oven? Did you paint the oven yet?


Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on June 01, 2018, 11:11:09 AM
Hi Elkabay,

Yes the oven was completely saturated (+-3h fire) the temperature was around 480C (in the beginning a little bit too hot +-500C). I don't have a picture of the bottom, hope to make some new pizzas next week... I first made a test pizza and the bottom was not good, I used to much flour the move it on and of the peel. For the pizzas on the pictures I didn't use flour to transfer on and of the peel and the bottem was really good.

Thanks for the advice on the mozzarella it did get a little bit soggy... Any advice on how I drain some water out of the mozzarella? I used san marzano tomatoes from the brand Rega, they also look a little bit too wet, any idea how I drain the tomatoes :-)?

Still have to make wood around the base of the oven, and after that plaster the oven (found a white plaster from knauf, hope it's gonna work) the ovenmouth i'm going to paint on sunday.

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: TXCraig1 on June 01, 2018, 11:28:17 AM
Beautiful oven and pizza.
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Elkaybay on June 01, 2018, 11:01:14 PM
Hi Rob,

If you don't already have, I recommend that you purchase a perforated peel (lookup GImetal) as it allows you to get rid of the excess flour when taking the pizza.
About the mozzarella, put it in a colander, and put a weighted stainless steel bowl (or another colander) on top, and let the water come out for a couple hours (room temperature works best but in the fridge is OK too).
About the tomatoes, if you're using whole peeled tomatoes you can easily strain part of the juice when opening the can. See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDipauOH5yc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDipauOH5yc)

Is it a good idea to paint the ovenmouth? It gets really hot and I'm wondering what would be the benefits to do so.

Have a great day!

Hi Elkabay,

Yes the oven was completely saturated (+-3h fire) the temperature was around 480C (in the beginning a little bit too hot +-500C). I don't have a picture of the bottom, hope to make some new pizzas next week... I first made a test pizza and the bottom was not good, I used to much flour the move it on and of the peel. For the pizzas on the pictures I didn't use flour to transfer on and of the peel and the bottem was really good.

Thanks for the advice on the mozzarella it did get a little bit soggy... Any advice on how I drain some water out of the mozzarella? I used san marzano tomatoes from the brand Rega, they also look a little bit too wet, any idea how I drain the tomatoes :-)?

Still have to make wood around the base of the oven, and after that plaster the oven (found a white plaster from knauf, hope it's gonna work) the ovenmouth i'm going to paint on sunday.
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: sub on June 02, 2018, 04:16:38 AM
Thanks for the advice on the mozzarella it did get a little bit soggy... Any advice on how I drain some water out of the mozzarella? I used san marzano tomatoes from the brand Rega, they also look a little bit too wet, any idea how I drain the tomatoes :-)?

Hi Rob,

If you crush the tomatoes by hand you'll obtain the right consistency, for the fior di latte I use galbani maxi, cut it into matchstick fries the day before and put it in the fridge uncovered to dry.

 
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on July 24, 2018, 09:01:07 AM
finally another update  :) ,

I painted the oven with anti corrosion paint before I applied the first layer of plaster.
After the paint I used somekind of primer https://www.ib.nl/article/i431o1_digo_ruwer_emmer_15_kg (https://www.ib.nl/article/i431o1_digo_ruwer_emmer_15_kg) it's a primer you can paint so the surface becomes coarse. Then I applied a layer of plaster with fibers http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/supracem-pro (http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/supracem-pro) and also putted a reinforcement net. That worked out pretty good! finally, I did the finishing layer with http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/topix (http://www.knauf.be/nl/product/topix) it's a plaster with a very fine grain.. this was the hardest part, it was to warm outside +-32C and the plaster dried to quick. So i have to put on an extra layer of this when it's cooler outside :) (currently it seems that it is not going to cool down the next days).. So i've started to make the front of the oven   8)
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Elkaybay on September 20, 2018, 03:20:26 AM
Hello Rob, great work as always.

What was the reason for putting plaster on top of the metal case as well, and not just on the top dome? Water-tightness?

Thanks!
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Yael on September 20, 2018, 08:33:44 PM
Rob,

Thanks again for sharing. Your pizzas look great, it must be quite a pleasure to make your own pizza in your own WFO !
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on September 24, 2018, 05:44:19 AM
Rob,

Thanks again for sharing. Your pizzas look great, it must be quite a pleasure to make your own pizza in your own WFO !

Thanks Yael!

It's a real pleasure! Currently I have only used the oven twice   :-[ . I'm still finishing the last things,  hopefully I can finally enjoy the oven in 2 weeks  :)

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on October 23, 2018, 05:22:15 AM
Finally finished the oven (only have to clean the chimney :-) )

Last saturday made some pies, still have to learn a lot (dough and oven handling) but for now I'm really happy  :chef:

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Yael on October 23, 2018, 05:37:19 AM
Wonderful!
So... Saturday evening at your place, ok? What do we bring?  ;D
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: foreplease on October 23, 2018, 10:12:36 AM
Wonderful!
So... Saturday evening at your place, ok? What do we bring?  ;D
Just bring me.  ;D


Beautiful oven and pizzas!
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on October 25, 2018, 09:06:06 AM
Always welcome guys :-), just bring some nice weather  :D

Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Jackitup on December 08, 2018, 12:55:00 AM
Nice oven and pies!!!
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: Dangerous Salumi on December 13, 2018, 06:35:32 AM
Nice job. Great thread.
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: cheeze_pizza on December 13, 2018, 10:13:47 AM
Absolutely beautiful, the oven looks great and those pies are quite delish looking too!  :pizza:
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: pizza party on December 16, 2018, 02:33:42 AM
Great work  ;)
Title: Re: Finally started to build my WFO in Belgium!
Post by: robvst1987 on December 17, 2018, 09:34:18 AM
thanks guys!