Pizzeria Pronto Outdoor Pizza Oven

Make homemade pizza in a Pizzeria Pronto outdoor pizza oven

Make homemade pizza in a Pizzeria Pronto outdoor pizza oven

Make healthy homemade pizza in your backyard. “The Pizzeria Pronto® is Pizzacraft’s deluxe outdoor pizza oven that will change pizza night forever! It’s lightweight, portable and safe on any surface. It’s incredibly easy to use. Simply hook it up to a propane tank, let it pre-heat for 10 minutes, and you’re ready to go.

The Pizzeria Pronto reaches cooking temperatures of over 700°F and cooks a pizza in only 5 minutes. The Pizzeria Pronto features a heat containing visor and stainless steel reflection plate, resulting in a 20% decrease in cooking time. The Pizzeria Pronto comes with two 14″ baking stones. It is not recommended to use a pizza steel on top of the baking stones.”

Pizzacraft.com
Consider using a no-knead pizza dough recipe on YouTube. That’s what I did for years. Baking the pizza in a gas-fired oven makes the process very fast and simple. You can control the ingredients if it’s homemade and get it just the way you like it. If it’s out of your budget then you could buy one of their stones and build a hood over a regular BBQ grill.

Tiny house village being built for homeless veterans in Oregon

Tiny house village being built for homeless veterans in Oregon

Tiny house village being built for homeless veterans in Oregon

“After a successful collaborative effort to set up the Kenton Women’s Village, http://www.centerforpublicinterestdesign.org/kenton-womens-village City Repair is partnering with [other NGOs] to create a sleeping pod village for 15 houseless veterans in Clackamas County for version 3.0 of Partners on Dwelling (POD) initiative.

The purpose of the CVV is intended to provide shelter, facilities and services for Veterans who are homeless – as a transition to permanent housing. The Guiding Principles are Dignity and Respect, Self-Governance, Nature and the environment.

City Repair.org

Behind the Clackamas County offices in Oregon, you’ll find about a dozen architecture students building small living spaces for local homeless veterans.

Modeled after a similar project for women in the Kenton neighborhood of Portland, the area’s first Veterans Village will house up to 30 veterans in 8-by-12-foot bathrooms, showers, offices, a kitchen and workshop.

During a 2017 count, Clackamas County identified 85 homeless veterans, including 52 who were unsheltered and 30 who were chronically homeless. Organizers hope the village can fill a needed gap for these veterans between sleeping outside and finding a permanent home.

“It’s not traditional housing, but it’s something that can be done very quickly, very affordably, and hopefully in a very dignified way,” said Todd Ferry with the Center for Public Interest Design at Portland State University, part of a coalition of government groups, nonprofits and businesses helping create the village. “Hopefully, in its operation, it can be really empowering through self-governance and by allowing people a place to build community and feel safe.”

Oregon Live.com

Construction details of the Pod Initiative

The veteran pod tiny houses have truss wall modules to maximize use of space.

The veteran pod tiny houses have truss wall modules to maximize use of space.

Wow, be sure to look at the SRG Partnership.com website. This site shows detailed photos, drawings and other important information. This is a Great project!