Now here’s something you don’t see every day! An anthro-style pizza oven. Well, you can bake other kinds of bread in it too, of course. There are more ovens over there, so make sure you explore the blog a bit. A few posts down, we have this one. This is even more ironic, because a couple of days I spent some time googling this topic — pizza ovens — and I thought maybe one can build a pizza oven outdoors, and would it be complicated? I found some stuff, but it didn’t occur to me to search for anthro pizza ovens. It simply didn’t cross my mind. How could I know there are workshops where you can learn how to build one!? Then along comes this news item, in my google reader. Actually, it was google alerts that had snapped up another post on the same blog — one post unrelated to ovens. I’m having a fantasy now — an outdoors pizza oven modelled after the Goetheanum. I mean — has it ever occurred to you how much the Goetheanum looks like a pizza oven? That door section at the ground floor level — if the individual doors are removed — is just perfect for sliding in a pizza. I wouldn’t go for the first Goetheanum though — it was built out of wood, which is most likely a shitty idea for an oven. The second Goetheanum is a proper concrete structure. I’m probably peckish, or something. I’d really like a pizza.