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Xabia Jim 01-24-2007 12:39 AM

Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
James: I wanted to take another moment and thank you for developing this forum and to also thank those who take the time to regularly post on the FB forum like Canuck Jim.

I was showing a friend my Horno del Lena (wood fired oven) the other day and he asked how I knew what I was doing. I responded that my wife and I have always loved to cook and have been willing to try many new recipes an techniques. It wasn't that hard.

Then, on reflection, I told him that I'd found the Forno Bravo forum and had learned a lot before I'd fired it up. That's very true...without the FB postings I'm sure I would have not had all the successful pizzas, breads, meats and vegetables that we have enjoyed and shared.

Thanks to you and all you posters. Learning, Experimenting, and Sharing...
May you alll have many successful firings.

XJim

jwnorris 01-24-2007 08:48 AM

Re: Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
I'll second that.

In researching my oven, I found many websites and manufacturers and builders. Some were local to the USA, some downunder and many from Italy. I even stopped by to meet James, who could not have been more cordial and helpful that day that I showed up out of the blue.

And no where can be found a group such as we have here. I start my day reading this forum. And I have spend many a weekend, inspired by what I have found here.

My hats off to James and all of the rest of us.

J W
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JConk007 11-03-2008 07:35 AM

Re: Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
James,
Thank you for this wonderful forum, I have gained so much from the forno bravo website only wish saw the pictures when I was stumped on builing my roof some great stuff here!!
John

amber 11-12-2008 11:19 AM

Re: Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
I know my build would not be going nearly as smooth or worry-free if I weren't able to hit up the forum for advice!

nissanneill 11-12-2008 01:18 PM

Re: Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
It just goes to show that from a necessity, comes a good idea, with great response from an enthusiastic group of participants.
On ya James!!!
I am also aware of a lot of the other WFO sites but none compare with this one. I am not normally one for forums as they often get out of hand but a select few members, but this one keeps on keeping on with ideas, help to others and all for free!!! A big bonus for those budget builders especially in today's economic environment.

Neill

james 11-12-2008 01:29 PM

Re: Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
Thanks guys,
I appreciate that. Keep building and having fun.
James

mannextdoor 11-12-2008 01:45 PM

Re: Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
James

I have to jump in as well. If it were not for this forum my out door kitchen would be minus a WFO. Thanks James and all who contribute to make it possible.

Mannextdoor

Les 11-12-2008 02:12 PM

Re: Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by mannextdoor (Post 44808)
Thanks James and all who contribute to make it possible.

Mannextdoor

Ditto - When I came across this site, I was looking for oven kit's. Paul and Robert (two of the first builders that have long since passed) gave me the bug to build my own. The plans evolved from those days and every week we see a clever improvement. Thanks Again James!

Les...

sarah h 11-12-2008 05:15 PM

Re: Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
I've got to say thanks too - I had wanted a brick oven for years but I would never have taken the leap from dream to reality if not for the pompeii plans and the support of the WFO community here on this forum!

Sarah

krosskraft 11-12-2008 08:00 PM

Re: Many Thanks James/FB Forum Posters
 
I totally agree. Since this is Thanksgiving time, I also want to say "thanks" to James and others who allowed me to walk through the process of building something that I knew nothing about!


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