If you don't have a forno oven, go out and get one. Or build it. Or commission it. Just do whatever it is you have to do to get it done. They are so cool that I am even trying to build one on my balcony in Baku (don't ask how).
Besides the fact that you can churn out buffalo mozzarella pizzas as seen above, you can also do breads, stews, braised meats, and just about anything else.
But the coolest thing of all is the paddle you get to use. Makes you feel like a real pizzaiolo.
From my Dad:
When I was a kid my mother worked in an english bakery in
Fort William. One of the specialities du maison was Cornish Pasties. Lovely crescent shaped pies containing an onion potato meat mix baked to a golden brown. Couldn't wait to see if mother brought some leftover ones home. The pastie was originally developed as portable food for the Cornish tin miners. Something they could throw in their pocket to sustain them for the day.
When I was in Weymouth, England near the cornish border I came upon the ultimate pastie shop. Ah these were things of beauty containing all manner of ingredients. I bought a couple and repaired to the local pier to sit and watch the sea and read The Guardian. Ah delicious!