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Old 08-17-2006, 09:26 AM
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Default Another sneak peak at the Mobile Forno Bravo

Hi Pizza lovers,
This fine mobile pizza oven was delivered to a caterer in SF, Ca earlier this month. Total weight of the trailer is 2750lbs! You can add another 1000lbs of weight in the cabinets underneath.
What makes this trailer so special is that the GWR has been calculated by engineers to ensure a safer ride than what can only be guessed otherwise. Also included are electronic brakes, a torsion susupension axel and stablizer legs. We've gone to extremes to produce the safest trailer on the market -not to mention we only use Forno Bravo ovens =Safety and Performance.
Feel free to contact us as we are compiling all the specs and options that will be available. We have a second model that is in the design stages as well.
Share the joy.
Joseph
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Old 09-07-2006, 12:01 PM
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Default A Taste of Colorado (1000 Pizza's)

Hi Everyone,
After 2 days of rest following this past weekends A Taste of Colorado festival in downtown Denver I am pleased to share the news that Forno Bravo ovens can produce an amazing amount of pizza's in a day's worth of work. On Sunday alone we cooked 1000 pizza's!!! The line in front of our booth never ended. We started at 11 and went till 9 and we did it with only 4 people in our booth!
We are currently working on our website that will show you the 2 models of mobile Forno Bravo ovens on Trailers. There you can see for yourself how to make the catering and concession pizza making business work for you!
Feel free to contact me with any questions you may have,
Till next time,
Joseph

PS: Which do you think is the more popular pizza?
Pepperoni? or Cheese?
Find out in my next Posting....
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Old 09-07-2006, 12:35 PM
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Default you should have a poll.

I will guess cheese.
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Old 12-15-2006, 05:49 PM
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Default Coming soon

Hello wood fired pizza lovers!
For all of you that have expressed interest in a portable Forno Bravo we are happy to annouce that we will be offically launching our website within the next few weeks. It will contain information regarding the two models we will be offering in 2007 along with information on how to start your own portable wood fired oven business.

A brief summary for those who can't wait:
Our two models are The Caterer and The Concessionaire.
Either of the two will be available with a Traditional Igloo or Gabble House oven finish. The trailer will be offered either with a wood paneled or custom painted exterior.

Feel free to keep the questions coming,
thefirewithin@fornobravo.com
Joseph

Janprimus:
Pepperoni 40%
Cheese 60%
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Old 01-06-2007, 11:31 AM
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Default Re: Portable Forno Bravo in Boulder

Looks fantastic. I would be interested in hearing more about any logistical issues you had with the portable oven...prep...set-up...execution, etc.
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Old 01-07-2007, 09:52 AM
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Default Re: Portable Forno Bravo in Boulder

Hi James
I have been speaking to Alf Armstrong and I am setting up in Newcastle in the North East of England in the near future. Any Information, help or advice would be appreciated. The threads are great Particular Photographs of other setups, it certainly is good to learn and gain transatlantic experience. Boosts my confidence.
Take care
Martin
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Old 01-07-2007, 09:56 AM
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Default Re: Portable Forno Bravo in Boulder

Some trendy flat breads i have been working on
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Old 01-08-2007, 05:33 AM
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Default Re: Portable Forno Bravo in Boulder

Hi Martin,

You are in good hands with Alf. He is a great resource.

If you are interested, it might be good for you and Joseph to communicate directly to share his experiences. He has created a "manual" that describes the entire catering experience.

Also, I couldn't see you flatbread posting.

Let us know how it goes.
James
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Old 01-08-2007, 11:23 AM
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Default Re: Portable Forno Bravo in Boulder

Thanks James will keep you posted
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Old 01-23-2007, 11:18 AM
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Default Website is up and we've begun production

Hi everyone!
I wanted to let evryone know that our website is up for you to view:
either link will work:
portablewoodfiredovens.com or
thefirewithin.biz

Also we are proud to announce that we will be shipping our newest trailer the Concessionaire on April 1st to our 2 newest clients, one in Georgia and the other in NY.

If you are considering getting into wood fired catering or concessioning before the summer season you will need to contact us shortly to reserve space in production.

Feel free to contact us at either:
thefirewithin@fornobravo.com
or info@thefirewithin.biz

Here's to a quick start to spring.
Joseph Pergolizzi
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