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Caramelized Garlic, Roasted Kale, and Tomato Salad Flatbread

Jan 15, 2016

Correct. If followed from start to finish, this outrageously great flatbread requires a bit of time. But I like to caramelize LOTS of garlic at once (and why wouldn’t we?), so it’s always on hand for the many deserving dishes it can elevate from the mundane to the sublime. PLUS, why not roast some kale once every week or two, then hold it in an airtight container at room temperature,... Read More

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A Primavera Wood Fired Oven Remodel

Nov 30, 2015

Forno Bravo wood fired ovens can last a lifetime but sometimes an owner may want to give the outside a facelift.  That’s what happened to Greg S. of Southern California, who purchased a Forno Bravo Primavera 60 oven in 2009.  After several years of enjoying his oven on a stand, he decided to take his Primavera to the next level to match his outdoor fireplace.  He hired Ray Morrow Designs... Read More

3,200 Calories a Day

Aug 02, 2012

You might have noticed that I bake a lot of bread — so what do we do with all of it? We don’t have a huge family, I don’t give my bread to neighbors or sell it, and I don’t throw it away after I test a new oven. And I don’t have a crazy high carb diet. Baking has been a hobby that I have enjoyed for years. I... Read More

Got Wood?

Jun 24, 2012

You might be wondering how much wood a wood-fired oven really burns and how efficient a modern pizza oven is with fuel. So today I made a test, and the outcome was really very good. The following photos show just how little wood my Prest prototype oven needs to reach pizza baking temperature and hold enough heat to bake a load of bread. To get right to it, and the... Read More

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