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Examples of "woodfired"
There is one shop that provides all of the villages needs. Queen Camel is also home to Ridge Pottery, an all woodfired pottery studio which specializes in educational courses and workshops.
He first visited New Zealand in 1973 and emigrated in 1975, establishing a studio in Nelson. For ten years he worked with a woodfired kiln, before experimenting with gas, diesel and electric kilns. He works largely with earthenware pottery.
Although all pieces were pressed not thrown, each piece was individually designed, painted and woodfired —unique forms of art on their own. Lasky developed a one step firing process that enabled him to produce pottery inexpensively and quickly.
The reserve is open 7 days a week, 9 am to 5 pm. Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day. Free entry. The reserve has paved paths, toilets, picnic tables and woodfired BBQs. Some paths are accessible and suitable for people with mobility impairments.
The patent for this device, termed a WoodFired Quick Recovery Water Heater, number 4583495, issued April 22, 1986, is assigned to the Board of Trustees of the University of Maine. There is no current production using the design of this patent. (January, 2008)
California-style pizza (also known as California pizza or Gourmet pizza) is a style of single-serving pizza that combines New York and Italian thin crust with toppings from the California cuisine cooking style. Its invention is generally attributed to chef Ed LaDou, and Chez Panisse, in Berkeley, California. Wolfgang Puck, after meeting LaDou, popularized the style of pizza for the rest of the country. It is served in a number of California Cuisine restaurants. Such restaurant chains as California Pizza Kitchen, Extreme Pizza, and Sammy's Woodfired Pizza are three major pizza franchises associated with California-style pizza. Nancy Silverton's Pizzeria Mozza is also a popular California-style pizza restaurant in Los Angeles.
Several artisans call Fox their home. Tom & Sage Holland are internationally respected glass beadmakers; Joe Bruhin produces beautiful ceramics with his Japanese-style woodfired kiln. Cynthia Cox weaves lovely scarves and clothing. Lee Cowan creates one of a kind organic art pieces and also wrote a book about her experience of relocating to Fox, Arkansas: "The News from Stone County Arkansas: Except for All the Snakes I Just Love It Out Here." At Bear Pen Leathers Dave Smith crafts custom leather items such as knife sheaths for some of the best knife makers in the country. He also makes cowboy gear. Sean Ellis, a local alum, and master bladesmith is a fine knifemaker.
In 1985 LaDou helped two inexperienced lawyer-restaurateurs, Richard L. Rosenfeld and Larry S. Flax, start a new restaurant concept, California Pizza Kitchen (also known as "CPK"). He brought them many of Spago's recipes, which he had carefully saved. The new restaurant borrowed the concept of open kitchens centered around wood-burning pizza ovens from Spago, but instead of exotic gourmet ingredients it used innovative but simpler comfort food toppings. When the new restaurant's chef quit less than a month before opening, LaDou quickly designed and cooked an entire menu, inventing the now-ubiquitous barbecue chicken pizza on the spot. LaDou also helped develop pizza menus for Sammy's Woodfired Pizza and the Hard Rock Cafe.