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LEARN TO MAKE WOODFIRED PIZZA
BY Susan Laughlin
There’s nothing quite like baking bread or making pizza in an outdoor stone hearth — the blasting warmth, the woody smell, the high drama. It might take all day to get the oven to close to 900 degrees, but there is magic in that heat and excitement in the wait.
Fortunately, once at temperature, food caramelizes and cheese melts rather quickly and a satisfying pizza is close at hand.
Jill Strauss has a beautiful home in the backwoods of Kennebunkport and, after leaving the nearby school system, she looked for a way to share her passion for cooking and teaching. She had always loved Italian food, rustic cooking and, as she says, “I am madly in love with fire.”