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Wood Fired Cedar Plank Salmon

Aug 16, 2019

Home chef, Doug Garner, from Kyle, Texas loves cooking in his custom, wood fired brick oven. He mostly makes pizzas, but has added salmon, steaks, cobblers, and roasted veggies as other go to items! He submitted these beautiful photos for our 2019 Summer Photo Contest, and they looked so good, we just had to get his recipe! Following is his recipe for a Wood Fired Cedar Plank Salmon that is both... Read More

Retained Heat Cooking

Butterscotch Sticky Buns

Apr 19, 2019

Chef Bart’s Butterscotch Sticky Buns (before glazing) I say when you have a craving, feed it! I was digging through the ol’ box of recipes and stumbled across this glorious breakfast sin. While reading through the ingredients, my mouth started to water, and I just had to see how it worked in the Forno Bravo oven. Grab your cast-iron skillet, or similar baking pan, your scotch whiskey, and your sense... Read More

BBQ Ribs

St. Louis BBQ Ribs

Mar 27, 2019

Last week, I posted a quick recipe and technique to utilize while your oven is heating up. This week, I thought I’d share a post-pizza party, oven cool-down recipe for St. Louis BBQ Ribs. The residual heat after an evening of cooking pizzas provides a great opportunity to utilize your Forno Bravo oven for a smoky slow roast. While there are countless rubs and marinades for ribs out there in... Read More

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Bravo Mexican Pizza

Aug 01, 2018

Community contributor, Maria O’Donnell, shares her recipe for a Wood Fired Mexican Pizza that is a crowd favorite at her house! Perfect for summer parties. This pizza features salty pancetta, mild shrimp, and hearty black beans as a base, then layers on four kinds cheese for richnesses. Finally, it ties the flavors together with crisp lettuce, smooth lime crema, and jalapenos and hot sauce for some spice. Try this dish... Read More

Vesuvio Wood Fired Pizza Oven - Roasted Pork Tenderloin

Vito’s Wood Fired Pork Tenderloin

Jun 05, 2018

The scent of the meat roasting on a Tuscan Grill over coals accented with apple chips makes this simple recipe something special. Never tried grilling in your oven? Click here for some basics to get you started! Vito's Wood Fired Pork Tenderloin 12345 Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Print Recipe Delicious Pork Tenderloin roasted in a wood fired oven served with homemade applesauce. CourseMain Dish, Meat And... Read More

Wood Fired Canadian Beaver Tails

Oct 09, 2015

Thanks to Donna P. for submitting this wood fired recipe! Wood Fired Canadian Beaver Tails 12345 Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Print Recipe Delicious wood fired dessert or snack that reminds you of your childhood. CourseDessert Servings Prep Time 1-2 people 5 min Cook Time 5 min Servings Prep Time 1-2 people 5 min Cook Time 5 min Wood Fired Canadian Beaver Tails 12345 Votes: 0 Rating:... Read More

CONTEST! Wood Fired Drunken Monkey Love

Sep 10, 2015

  A recipe contest entry from Nicole Francis and Joe Famiglietti! CONTEST! Drunken Monkey Love 12345 Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Print Recipe Amore di Scimmia Ubriaca aka Drunken Monkey Love CourseDessert Servings Prep Time Four 5 minutes Cook Time 3-5 minutes depending on oven temperature Servings Prep Time Four 5 minutes Cook Time 3-5 minutes depending on oven temperature CONTEST! Drunken Monkey Love 12345 Votes: 0... Read More

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Strawberry And Rhubarb Cobbler

Apr 05, 2015

Early spring means strawberries and rhubarb! No better reason to break out the cast iron and build the perfect cobbler to cap off a perfect night of pizza. Rhubarb adds a wonderful tartness to any dish but it is typically prized in desserts to balance the sweetness of other fruits, thus creating a desired sweet and sour effect. Shout out to my grandma on this one; she loved rhubarb. Hope... Read More

Fire Roasted Turkey

New Tradition – Forno Bravo Oven Fire Roasted Turkey

Nov 13, 2014

Thanksgiving is a mere two weeks away so why not throw a turkey in the “Drago Affamato” or “The Hungry Dragon” as my family calls our oven. Obviously maintaining a steady low fire is key to evenly roasting for your bird. Think back to your cure, ideally a low fire around 350 is ideal. You’ll get charring, similar to your pizza, in spots, especially on the top but the crispy... Read More

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