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  • Primavera Ovens in Minnesota?

    Are there any Primavera owners in Minnesota, especially the Twin Cites area? I am interested in getting one, but I really would like to see one in person and also talk about your experiences.

    Thanks,

    Mike

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    Re: Primavera Ovens in Minnesota?

    Hi Mike,

    Sorry for the late response, just saw your post. I am in MN, near St Cloud, and am just finishing my 40" Pompeii oven. Are you interested in a brick or a precast refrac oven? I can help you with the first, but not the latter.

    Fun project, but it is a lot of work. Just cooked my first pizza and haven't bakedbread yet.

    Rick

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      Re: Primavera Ovens in Minnesota?

      I'm not aware of any Primavera ovens in MN. Splatgirl has a really nice one (Lake Minnetonka area), and another guy has a thread with about a build (Lino Lakes area?). I did a temporary oven with some clay bricks I found on Craigslist. I've learned from this that I want to go bigger than the small size. I initially thought it would be enough... I don't believe that to be true now. There area few more ovens in MN, but I don't think they have threads or posts here. Google the St Paul Bread club.. he's got tons of links!
      My oven (for now):
      http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f43/...ven-14269.html

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        Re: Primavera Ovens in Minnesota?

        Sorry Mike did not see post.

        I have had a primavera oven in the metro for 2 years.
        It has worked great even in January,and so far no problems.

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          Re: Primavera Ovens in Minnesota?

          I am thinking about a primavera and also would like to know if there are any in the twin cities - I'm asking again since the original post is old.
          Thanks

          Michael

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            Re: Primavera Ovens in Minnesota?

            Originally posted by mikem05 View Post
            Are there any Primavera owners in Minnesota, especially the Twin Cites area? I am interested in getting one, but I really would like to see one in person and also talk about your experiences.

            Thanks,

            Mike
            I am a Forno Bravo Dealer up in Duluth and I have a Primavera in my showroom at Duluth Stove and Fireplace. Contact them at 218-727-9002 to come up and see one.
            I have used one up at a friends in Quebec and they are a wonderful little oven.

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              Re: Primavera Ovens in Minnesota?

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                Re: Primavera Ovens in Minnesota?

                I wish I would have seen your post earlier. I have an oven in Maple Grove, however, it is not a Primevera. If you'd like to know more feel free to ask anything.

                There is another oven that I can see off of Fernbrook Ave in Maple Grove. I wish I knew the owner. Having another reference in town would be great.

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