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FB Class at Ramekins a big hit

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  • FB Class at Ramekins a big hit

    One of the wood-fired cooking classes took place at Ramekins last night, and by all accounts was a big success. I wasn't there, but someone else from Forno Bravo attended -- and Mary Karlin did a great job. The class had been sold out for a while, and there were 20 people attending, including a couple from Minnesota and another from Chicago who flew out to California just to attend the class. I posted the class description earlier and everyone enjoyed moving from pizza to the other dishes.

    There are 20 spots for a follow up class in the Spring, and 7 are already booked. If you are interested, you should sign up early.
    Last edited by james; 10-07-2006, 04:07 AM.
    Pizza Ovens
    Outdoor Fireplaces

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    'Mind giving us a quick overview of the spring class?
    -Topics covered




    • #3
      Hey Pizzaman,

      Here is the link to the course description:


      The contact info is:

      Mary Karlin
      Ramekins Sonoma Valley Culinary School
      450 West Spain Street
      Sonoma, California 95476
      Telephone: 707-933-0450
      Fax: 707-933-0451

      There are more details on Ramekins here:
      Pizza Ovens
      Outdoor Fireplaces


      • #4
        Thanks a bunch!

        It sounds great!

        By the way, any progress with your woodfired DVD?


        • #5
          We've started working on the DVD. I have fired up the video editing software, and have set up all the sections, chapters, fade-in/out, etc. Now all I need is the actual video.

          We have an American friend taking a sabbatical in Florence, who just ordered an oven from our producer for his house, and I am going to be installing a Casa oven at our rental house -- so we have two ovens to work with.

          We've even found the Caputo distributor, and have ordered two of the 55lb bags of Pizzeria flour.

          More to come on that, but we are making progress.

          Again, any recommendations for the DVD is appreciated.
          Pizza Ovens
          Outdoor Fireplaces