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Considering a caterer pizza oven-advice?

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  • Considering a caterer pizza oven-advice?

    Hi Folks,

    My husband and I are thinking of investing in a mobile pizza oven in order to start a small business (farmers mkts, parties, fairs, etc...).

    Any advice? This is just a thought at this point, so we're open to any suggestions.

    We live in the Seattle, WA area.


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    Portable oven by Forno Bravo Info.



    (M) Consider contacting James, the administrator of this site by writing to him at james@fornobravo.com

    James has built a couple of great mobile ovens that can be seen at:


    (M) I found the following Copy-Paste from James at:


    "I am pleased to announce that we have finished the first two Forno Bravo portable ovens. The first model is a 43" oven set on a 6'W x 12'L trailer, and we think it looks great. We've towed it around, heated it up and put it through its paces at a party, and it's just great. It looks nice, dresses up well for a party, and it's great thermally. The first two go to Seattle and upstate NY. It's funny, but I'm terribly sad to see them shipped out. I want my own.

    Still, there will be more. It is a commercial product, and we are hoping to sell lots of them, and we will keep the next one ourselves for use in the NorCal wine country.

    Take a look at the pages on fornobravo.com. It's pretty cool.


    (M) Since you are in the Seattle area, Anna, you might find out if you could see James' oven there.
    ================================================== ==

    (M) Another source for possible Info would be:


    Mike's oven is on small wheels and moves mainly at his home but he may still have relevant suggestions for you.

    Best of luck,


    "Everything should be made as simple as possible, ...
    but no simpler!" (Albert Einstein)


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      Thank you!

      Thanks for your suggestions. I will contact James to find the one in Seattle.