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Concession Nation’s Roma style Mobile Catering oven

Dec 29, 2014

This mobile pizza oven was produced by our friends in Ft Lauderdale – Concession Nation. The oven installed is from our Roma Product line, modified and installed into Concession Nation’s unique mobile catering trailer. To learn more about their Roma style mobile catering oven solution, click here. http://www.concessionnation.com/concession-nation-shop-concession-trailers.html#italian-cuisine       Read More

Forno Bravo's Showroom pizza oven

Forno Bravo’s New Showroom in Salinas Facility is Done

Dec 19, 2014

Forno Bravo’s showroom in Salinas is up to date and better than ever! We will be shooting a walk through video and updating our website photos, but below is a quick preview for 2015! Not depicted, but available in our Showroom:  Professional 110, Primavera 60, Roma 120 with Gas Assist capable of a full demonstration by appointment. Happy Holidays Read More

Traditionalists and Innovators Square Off in Naples Pizza Debate

May 19, 2012

This from the Guardian in the UK. Naples chefs take sides in the ‘ultra pizza’ wars The opening salvo by the innovator: Enzo Coccia has an evangelical air as he discusses his spring pizza – piled with asparagus, buffalo mozzarella, sheep’s cheese, lard and beans. “They may say I am a heretic, but I just want to experiment,” says the controversial exponent of the Italian trend for what are being... Read More

The Napoli — Pizza Napoletana Made Simple

May 01, 2012

I’ve thinking about simplicity recently. When done right, a simple product can make your life easier, maybe a little better; it can solve problems; and it can free you up to think about what you want to do—not the device you use to do it. A simple product can be relaxing to look at and a joy to use. A simple product makes innovative design, craftsmanship and sophisticated technology feel... Read More

The Road Less Travelled

Mar 29, 2012

We recently returned from a nice two week trip to Italy, where we were able to catch up with friends, eat really well and basically act like tourists. If you haven’t followed Forno Bravo that closely, you might not know that we lived in Florence for three years, and in fact, started the company while living there. It was great to be back, and we were quickly reminded of everything... Read More

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