With temperatures hovering around the freezing point, Kevin Connell, of Tavino's Wood Fired Oven, may have had the best job at the Bluffton Farmer's Market on Thursday. Connell joked that he was going to charge market goers to warm their hands by the oven's fire, which he said can reach 1,000 degrees and cook a pizza in two minutes. After another cold night, temperatures should start warming up for the weekend -- nearing 70 on Sunday -- before dipping again early next week.
With temperatures hovering around the freezing point, Kevin Connell, of Tavino's Wood Fired Oven, may have had the best job at the Bluffton Farmer's Market on Thursday. Connell joked that he was going to charge market goers to warm their hands by the oven's fire, which he said can reach 1,000 degrees and cook a pizza in two minutes. After another cold night, temperatures should start warming up for the weekend -- nearing 70 on Sunday -- before dipping again early next week. Staff photo
With temperatures hovering around the freezing point, Kevin Connell, of Tavino's Wood Fired Oven, may have had the best job at the Bluffton Farmer's Market on Thursday. Connell joked that he was going to charge market goers to warm their hands by the oven's fire, which he said can reach 1,000 degrees and cook a pizza in two minutes. After another cold night, temperatures should start warming up for the weekend -- nearing 70 on Sunday -- before dipping again early next week. Staff photo

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