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  • "Old World" oven tool sets?

    I have the residential set that was sent with my A120 and it performs very well. There is no functional reason I would have to replace this set but I'm considering doing so for aesthetic reasons. I'm in the tweaking stages of my outdoor kitchen construction, about 80% there and am looking at every aspect of the project from a "look and feel" perspective. Not that the tools I have are unattractive, just a bit more contemporary than I'd like. The premiums look nice, though the blue handles might not get me closer to the end look I want.

    While the premium tools are surely a step up in appearance I've considered having some made for a more old world look. In lieu of that are there others FB can offer or perhaps would any one have a source I might check out online or while my wife and I are visiting Italy (Naples and Amalfi Coast area) this summer?


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    Re: &quot;Old World&quot; oven tool sets?

    I'm jealous of your pending trip. Summer on the Amalfi Coast is like a dream come true.

    I'd consider having a local welder or iron worker make some for you out of iron. You'd certainly get that old world look you want.
    Everyone makes mistakes. The trick is to make mistakes when nobody is looking.



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      Re: &quot;Old World&quot; oven tool sets?

      The first place I asked around here about pizza peels was a local pizzaria restaurant - they told me they'd had all their stuff made by the local black smith... I thought of that when I first read your question.

      So if you don't find any on your trip to Italy, you'll still have another solution...
      "Building a Brick oven is the most fun anyone can have by themselves." (Terry Pratchett... slightly amended)