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  • Forno Bravo Oven in Honolulu Magazine!

    This was a fun find! Honolulu Magazine just ran a great write-up of Inferno's Wood-Fire Pizza, a portable wood-fired caterer operating from the parking lot of a flooring company in Honolulu.

    Article: Inferno's Wood-Fire Pizza, from a tent in a Kalihi parking lot - Biting Commentary - January 2011 - Honolulu, HI

    So if you're ever in Hawaii ...

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    Re: Forno Bravo Oven in Honolulu Magazine!

    Cool. I would like nothing better than to sit under a tent in Hawaii eating good pizza and drinking frosty beverages.


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      Re: Forno Bravo Oven in Honolulu Magazine!

      Interesting publication. This article chronicles how an enterpreneur makes our (mostly) free economy work. I can taste those pizzas on the beach too
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