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  • Brick Oven made in Portugal

    Hello: I'am new at this Forum
    Someone told me was a importar of clay brick ovens from Portugal in Western Canada...but i cant find nothing....any sugestions?

    Thank you

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    Re: Brick Oven made in Portugal

    Hi Joe,

    I don't know of the oven importer in Canada.

    But you could always do what we did and build your own.

    It's fun!



    • #3
      Re: Brick Oven made in Portugal

      Hey Joe,
      Welcome to the forum, and yes, building your own oven would be less expensive and much more fun! If you're into the labor involved, like many of us were/are. But if you're not into it, and the expense of a prefab oven is not an issue, don't overlook the great selection (and folks!) here at Forno Bravo! As long as you're out there (or indoors) cookin' at the wood fired oven while in the company of family and friends, 'it don't git much better 'n ..aat!'
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