Como Hacer Hornos de Barro by Pedro M. Molina

By Pedro M. Molina

Desde que el hombre descubrio el fuego y, con el, l. a. posibilidad de asar sus alimentos, ha buscado l. a. forma de aprovechar l. a. energia calorica de modo de obtener el mayor beneficio para dar el mejor sabor a sus comidas.Asi fue como surgieron diferentes modelos de hornos fabricados con materiales nobles. Tal es el caso de los que estan hechos con barro, cuya estructura los hace capaces de conservar por mucho tiempo excelente temperatura para cocinar carnes, verduras, panes, pizzas y empanadas; y tambien para ahumar quesos y fiambres, entre otras delicias.Pedro M. Molina se dedica a l. a. construccion de hornos de barro en los angeles Republica Argentina desde hace ya muchos anos, y en este libro vuelca su experiencia. A traves de sencillas instrucciones, usted podra fabricar su propio horno de barro o mamposteria y preparar las exquisitas recetas que se incluyen en estas paginas.

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An average-sized ceiling border runs about seven inches vertically, but the height can be adjusted according to taste and the size of the room. Materials Heavy waxed stencil paper (obtainable in art supply stores). You can see through it to trace the stencil. Pencils — well sharpened to trace the design onto the waxed paper. A piece of plywood or heavy cardboard or fiber board on which to cut the stencil. X-Acto knife Oil-based paint (½ pint of one color will probably do a room) A three-inch trim roller Paint thinner Stirring stick Roller tray or piece of glass about the same size Newspaper Yardstick or tape measure Clean rags Cotton batting and pieces of sheeting (for blobs) A level A plumb line (for creating a straight horizontal or vertical line in a room which is not exactly square, such as an old house).

The paint you use to stencil is easier to work with if it is oil-based. Latex pain dries too quickly and builds up on the stencil. Area to Cover In deciding upon a design for your room, you must think about how much area you’d like to cover. Would your room look nice with just a border next to the ceiling? If your walls are about 9 feet high, a border as large as 10 inches wide can be used, but if they are 7½ feet as in many modern homes, probably your border shouldn’t be wider than 7 inches. Your taste can dictate the exact size, and if you begin to apply a border and don’t like its size, you can paint it out and try something different.

You can see through it to trace the stencil. Pencils — well sharpened to trace the design onto the waxed paper. A piece of plywood or heavy cardboard or fiber board on which to cut the stencil. X-Acto knife Oil-based paint (½ pint of one color will probably do a room) A three-inch trim roller Paint thinner Stirring stick Roller tray or piece of glass about the same size Newspaper Yardstick or tape measure Clean rags Cotton batting and pieces of sheeting (for blobs) A level A plumb line (for creating a straight horizontal or vertical line in a room which is not exactly square, such as an old house).

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