Stone oven. Pictures here will do most of the communicating.
First step: dig a hole.
Second Step: fill hole with gravel
Step three: Get rocks and mortar and start building
Some of the base stones were excess of 100 lbs.
Step four: add layer of beer bottles
Step five: avoid altercations
Step six: make sure photographer doesnt make insulting comments about your work
Step seven: add layer of perlite on top of bottles. On top of perlite add freshly mixed mortar. Then add your fire brick.
Step eight: get clay samples. We found some pretty good stuff at a construction site.
Step nine: break clay into small pieces
Step 10: first, make a pile of sand which will later be hollowed out. Cover that sand with wet newspaper. The on top of the newspaper add the clay-sand mixture. The clay should be mixed with sand. Each clay will have an optimum ratio with the sand. We used 4 buckets of sand for 3 buckets of clay.
Step eleven: hollow it out...after letting it dry for 48 hrs.