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Wood-Fired Demo in Asheville, 8/5

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  • Wood-Fired Demo in Asheville, 8/5

    From our friends at The Arch in the Asheville area:

    Informal Wood-Fired Oven Demo August 5th

    We've scheduled a demo for those interested in seeing a Forno Bravo Wood-Fired oven in operation at our residence August 5th at 7PM. This is an informal fun session. If you are interested in learning more about how to fire up an oven, discuss assembly and operation of an oven, handle various oven tools and accessories as well as sample some delicious pizza, please give The ARCH a call at 828 253 5455 today for more information.

    Limited space so call today!

    More on The Arch: The Arch - Wall finishes, flooring, greenbuilding, art tile and more! - Asheville, NC

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    Re: Wood-Fired Demo in Asheville, 8/5

    Man I would love to come down, but we are coming the next weekend for the Food and Wine Festival and I have a wedding on the 6th, but as it gets closer and if there is a spot open I may just have to head down to see how my pizza compares. Whats 3 1/2 hours for good pizza?

    BTW, is the Festival a big time? Wanted to hit A Taste of Asheville last fall but wifey couldn't get off.