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  • Roasted Vegetables: Asheville, NC

    Here's a great photo tour of vegetables grilled in a Casa2G, from The Arch (dealer in NC): Wood-Fired Forno Bravo Oven Grilled Vegetables Raises the Flavor Bar « The Arch Blog

    "You can use the roasted vegetables in so many ways. Roasted pepper spreads, soups, and in this case- a layered lasagna with assorted grilled vegetables made for a delicious and relatively low fat meal. The flavors are intensified, so I cut back on the cheeses and enjoyed the roasty flavors with a nice glass of red wine."


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    Re: Roasted Vegetables: Asheville, NC

    And here's a nice report of The Arch's experience at the Asheville Artisan Bread Festival (great photos here, too): Asheville Artisan Bread Festival- New Conversations for The ARCH « The Arch Blog

    "We were quite caught up in “one big wood-fired community conversation”. We talked with people from all over about all kinds of wood-fired cooking experiences, those that have built their own, those that own Forno Bravo ovens, and we shared our own experiences with those interested in purchasing their own ovens, the technical end of it, and just how to go about it in practical terms."