A compilation of our videos on simple pizza oven plans and how to make pizzas. Its easy. I can do it, so you can do it.
We have several videos, photos, and GF Radio shows devoted to all things pizza, and I thought I’d put all our videos in one place here, plus links to the Gardenfork Radio show about making pizza ovens, pizza oven build photos, and pizza oven photos from GF fans.
Our portable DIY brick pizza oven starts things out here, then a follow up video with additional tips on building and using the simple pizza oven. After that is our first how to make pizza video, and a few more fun things. Let us know your thoughts and ideas below.
Here are some photos of assembling the portable brick pizza oven.
below is the first pizza video we made, based on the Artisan Bread in 5 Minutes a Day book.
Below is a video on how to make a pizza peel with wood you probably already have.
I love making food in the fireplace, below we make pizza:
Pizza dough is simple, it just takes some planning and time, watch how we make it below, Click here for our easy pizza dough recipe that uses a food processor. Here is our version of the Artisan Bread pizza dough recipe.
This is a brilliant stove top pizza recipe:
Talking Pizza Oven Plans on GardenFork Radio:
we talk about making pizzas and how to use the pizza oven plans with Stuart Silverstein, whose plan our pizza oven is based, on GardenFork Radio here
Some DIY Brick Oven photos from a GF fan are here.
John Made this Pizza Oven, photos here.
Steven modified the pizza oven plans here.
More DIY pizza oven plans are in the pipeline, Subscribe To Our Newsletter to find out when we post them. I have ideas for at least one using a gas grill, plus more pizza recipes.
I think one of the key things for a good crust is making the dough the day before, and letting it rest in the fridge. The dough stretches that much better. Does your dough spring back when you are trying to shape it? Probably need to let it rest in the fridge longer, I think.
Don’t pile on too many ingredients, I am a big fan of minimalist pizzas, letting those few ingredients be themselves rather than getting lost in the mix. Use sauce sparingly, OK?
Let me know your thoughts in the comments below: