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Saturday, August 30, 2008

Taste Interview: Build Your Own Earth Oven

Posted By on Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 11:39 AM

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At last night's preview of Slow Food Nation's Taste event, a scent of smoke wafted through the outdoor (and hallowed) Hall of Bread. The pair responsible: Oregon's Kiko Denzer and Hannah Field, authors of Build Your Own Earth Oven. The book details how one can create a working oven out of mud in under a day and enjoy a cooking ritual that's over 4000 years old. Field and Denzer, who are building a full-size oven during today's sold-out Taste sessions, took a moment to give us a quick look.

--Tamara Palmer

(Video after the jump!)

(Writer's note: please excuse the orientation issues in the opening seconds of the video; I'm still getting the hang of it.)

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