It is always a fun activity to cook great food in your outdoor ovens. The fact that you, and your family, or friends will be able to enjoy a tasty, cooked meal is very important. And even though assembling such an outside oven may seem like an easy task, you need to take care of some important aspects to really integrate the oven into the environment.

It is always a fun activity to cook great food in your outdoor ovens. The fact that you, and your family, or friends will be able to enjoy a tasty, cooked meal is very important. And even though assembling such an outside oven may seem like an easy task, you need to take care of some important aspects to really integrate the oven into the environment.

First of all, the place in which the oven will be constructed needs to be strategically picked. For example if you put it far away from your kitchen then a lot of walking back and forth will need to be done by bringing, and taking the food away. Then you have to take into consideration the fact that an oven will release smoke on its chimney, so you don’t want your outside ovens to be placed very close to your house. 

Don’t forget the fact that outdoor ovens require fuel to run on, like wood or other materials so finding a space where to place them is also a good thing to take into account.

After you have set up the space for the outdoor ovens and have added its main refractory components the next phase is setting up the chimney. The most important word here is air flow control. For example, if you were to be cooking a steak and in the middle of this process you would open the chimney damper, then all the heat from the outside ovens would disappear and dissipate. At the same time keeping the refractory damper closed when the heat is just starting and there is no food on the grill, is also counterproductive because the fire will start our slow.

Now depending on what exactly you plan on cooking you can bake grill or smoke. For these kinds of things you need to have two separate components: a griddle and a refractory cooking gate. Both work well and they really help you in making the best out of a steak or a pizza.

Also just having outside ovens it not enough. Making them look beautiful is what sets the great ovens apart from the normal ones. Chose materials like tiles to cover and decorate your oven because when someone comes over, they will need to be impressed. Pick colors that will fit in with your garden or your house. Taking care of these little details, can make a big difference.

Last but not least, good ovens need to be regularly checked and cleaned. Maintenance after building and using the outdoor ovens also needs to be taken care of. Cleaning the grill, checking to see if the refractory chimney is not clogged and also always having a fresh supply of wood can make the cooking process really enjoyable.

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