Mobile Casting oven for A Girl and her Dragon, plus founder Kylie
Kylie, as part of her Nueva School’s “Quest” program has decided to launch a Wood Fired Catering Business! A Girl and her Dragon Wood Fired Pizza. The Quest program give students the opportunity to pursue their own interests throughout their high school experience.
Forno Bravo is proud to support young entrepreneur Kylie as she seeks to launch her very own wood fired catering company. A Girl and Her Dragon Pizza will be launching May 7th as part of her school’s Quest night and already has ten events lined up this summer.
Below is a picture of Kylie next to her trailer manufactured by Il Pizzaoilo in Sacramento. Il Pizzaoilo used a Casa 90 wood fired pizza oven kit to keep the trailer weight low, but provide enough volume to support small to mid sized events.
Kylie’s first event is scheduled for May 7th in Northern California, so lets all wish her luck!
Kylie has graciously agreed to become a contributor on the Forno Bravo Blog detailing adventures into wood fired catering, so stay tuned, we will give you an update when we are closer to launching. So please subscribe to our Blog and track Kylie’s journey.
The second picture is the Dragon, in full flight (okay, maybe day three of the cure process isn’t a fully grown dragon, but its close). Forno Bravo will finish curing Kylie’s oven next week so stay tuned.
To the Forno Bravo faithful, we appreciate the feedback and suggestions regarding our print layouts for our wood fired oven kits. Many of our technical support calls over the years have been because our prints were more about oven use, then install. That is changing! We are in the process of updating all our drawings to provide Architectural views for Designers / Installers as well as key component parts.
We are confident that our customers and their contractors will find this new format much friendlier and, as always we welcome input / suggestions. Just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When each oven family’s prints are ready, we will keep you posted with Forum announcements.
The Casa and Premio series ovens are all done and ready on our website. They are under the “Dimensions” tab on the main site.
We are working on the Giardino ovens now and then the commercial products.
A nice clean visual of the Front, Side and Top view of the oven with all the installed components layered. This came from all our customers suggestions;
We added the minimum recommended foot print for the installation. This assumes that your pizza oven install is going to use stucco and not a thick structure to enclose it. Thank you to Home Pizzeria Ovens of Florida / New Hampshire for that suggestion.
Insulation and Flue specifications are clearly identified.
Ship weight and crate size are listed in the bottom left to make planning for a delivery easier courtesy of Outdoor Pizza Ovens in Canada.
Minimum clearances to combustibles are clearly identified in the top view thanks to The Arch in North Carolina;
Hearth specification is listed for convenience so you don’t have to refer to the install guide when planning;
A Decorative Facade Allowances chart is included to give you an estimate on how different appearances may increase your foot print.
Designing the World’s Finest Pizza Oven into your home keeps getting easier.
Thanks again and have a great Spring planning your project!
We’ve been following the rise of Pizza Pilgrims for a while — from the first time we saw that they had installed a Forno Bravo pizza oven on the back of a Piaggo Ape three-wheeler to cater great pizza on the streets of London. And they have built up a lot of press and a nice following. So what’s next?
A book deal!
According to www.thebookseller.com,
London street food stars the Pizza Pilgrims have been snapped up by HarperCollins following a heated auction for their first cookbook.
Carole Tonkinson, publisher for Harper NonFiction, bought world rights for Pizza Pilgrims from Diana Beaumont at Rupert Heath Literary Agency.
If you look closely, right above the driver’s side windshield, you can see the chimney pipe and spark arrestor.
In their own words:
“Pizza Luca offers on-site catering in the tri-state area, including Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam counties, Fairfield, CT, and Northern NJ. We’re also available for private engagements in New York City.
We follow all the guidelines for creating true, authentic Neapolitan pizza set by the Associazione Vera Pizza Napoletana (the association of true Neapolitan pizza) to ensure that every pie we make meets strict quality and authenticity requirements, including traditional techniques and equipment, and specialty ingredients.
As part of our commitment to excellence, we use efficient, aromatic hardwoods in our Napoletana-style oven to impart a unique, delicate flavor. Each pizza is made to order by hand, then cooked for 90 seconds in our 900-degree oven to create the perfect raised-edge crust, thin center, and authentic texture and taste other cooking methods can’t replicate.”
That, and they get some really nice char on their pizzas. Here are a few pictures from their web site.
My name is Adam Mackey. I purchased an oven from you (casa2g100) about 5 months ago, mounted it on a trailer, and have started a mobile wood fired oven catering company, “Embers Wood Fired Pizza” in Steamboat Springs, CO. I am curious as to how I can be listed on your portable wood fired oven directory.
Also wanted to say that the oven is amazing, and we have had an extremely good experience so far at our local farmer’s market, with many, many happy customers, so wanted to say thanks for the great customer service and the amazing product.
Adam Mackey Owner/Chef, Embers Wood Fired Pizza
Isn’t that great?
We’ll be adding them to the FB Via Portable Wood-Fired Catering directory, and we want to wish them the best of luck!
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