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Toscana Introduced

Mar 05, 2005

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Tammy Murphy Forno Bravo, LLC (800) 407-5119 tammy@fornobravo.com Forno Bravo Introduces Toscana; A Fully-Assembled Ready to Cook Pizza Oven Mar. 5, 2005. Windsor, CA. Forno Bravo, LLC, a leading provider of Italian-made pizza ovens for pizzerias, restaurants and homeowners, introduced a line of fully preassembled ovens, and the first one has been built and installed. This is exciting. The oven looks really nice, and of... Read More

Introduces RefMix; the Perfect Pizza Oven Mortar

Mar 05, 2005

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Tammy Murphy Forno Bravo, LLC (800) 407-5119 tammy@fornobravo.com Forno Bravo Introduces RefMix; the Perfect Pizza Oven Mortar Mar. 5, 2005. Windsor, CA. Forno Bravo, LLC, a leading provider of Italian-made pizza ovens for pizzerias, restaurants and homeowners, introduced RefMix is a refractory mortar designed specifically for wood-fired ovens and fireplaces. It has a graphic of a pizza oven on the packaging, so you know it’s... Read More

Upgrades Forno Bravo Photos

Mar 05, 2005

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Tammy Murphy Forno Bravo, LLC (800) 407-5119 tammy@fornobravo.com Forno Bravo Upgrades Forno Bravo Photos; Premier Wood-Fired Photo Site Growing Rapidly Mar. 5, 2005. Windsor, CA. Forno Bravo, LLC, a leading provider of Italian-made pizza ovens for pizzerias, restaurants and homeowners, introduced a new, and updated Forno Bravo Photos web site. The site now features a design guide overview, and hundreds of sample pizza oven photos.... Read More

Forum Adds Photo Hosting Service

Mar 05, 2005

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Tammy Murphy Forno Bravo, LLC (800) 407-5119 tammy@fornobravo.com Forno Bravo Forum Add Photo Hosting Service Mar. 5, 2005. Windsor, CA. Forno Bravo, LLC, a leading provider of Italian-made pizza ovens for pizzerias, restaurants and homeowners, introduced a new feature to the Forno Bravo Forum, where users can post your own photos into specific categories. They can are sorted and can be searched by categories including... Read More

LV Review Journal

Sep 08, 2004

Wednesday, September 08, 2004 Copyright © Las Vegas Review-Journal FIRE IT UP: A Piece of the Pie Having a home pizza oven increasing in popularity By HEIDI KNAPP RINELLA REVIEW-JOURNAL Some retired police officers move to Las Vegas and go to work in the security department of a casino. Others buy a golf cart and go to the course daily to perfect their swing, or spend hours at a time... Read More

UK Facility Open

Aug 17, 2004

Contact Information Alf Armstrong alf@fornobravo.com 44 0798410528 (UK) James Bairey james@fornobravo.com 39 333 175 0459 (Italy) 1 800 407 5119 (U.S.) Forno Bravo Brings Italian Brick Oven Cooking Experience to UK Chefs and Families; Opens UK Facility Company Partners with Highly Respected UK Oven Builder Alf Armstrong to Make Italian Pizza Ovens Readily Available in Britain Penrith, Cumbria and San Gimignano, Italy — August 17, 2004. Forno Bravo, a global... Read More

Jim Hatch on Connecticut NPR

Aug 12, 2004

Contact Information Jim Hatch colonelcorn76@yahoo.com James Bairey james@fornobravo.com 39 333 175 0459 (Italy) 1 800 407 5119 (U.S.) Pompeii Oven Co-Creator Jim Hatch Talks About Wood Fired Cooking with Faith Middleton on Connecticut NPR Station WPRN Hartford, CT – August 12, 2004. Jim Hatch, the co-creator of the Pompeii Oven took part in a fun conversation with Faith Middleton on the pleasures of wood fired cooking, and the different ways... Read More

Press Release 070104

Jul 01, 2004

For Immediate Release Contact Information James Bairey james@fornobravo.com 39 333 175 0459 (Italy) 1 800 407-5119 (U.S.) Forno Bravo Unveils Pompeii Oven, Brings Ancient Rome Back to Life Company Posts Free Plans on the Internet to Build a Replica of the Original Pompeii Wood Fire Brick Ovens Healdsburg, CA and San Gimignano, Italy — July 1, 2004. Forno Bravo, a California company that imports Italian wood fire ovens to the... Read More

Forno in news: Star Tribune

Jun 23, 2004

If you build it … Pizza lovers who are handy around the house might find that building a backyard brick oven is right up their alley. Forno Bravo has a free e-book that gives step-by-step instructions, including photos and graphics, on how to construct an oven using standard building materials. When it’s finished, you should be able to cook a crispy crust pizza in just 90 seconds — at 800... Read More

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