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  • Considering a caterer pizza oven-advice?

    Hi Folks,

    My husband and I are thinking of investing in a mobile pizza oven in order to start a small business (farmers mkts, parties, fairs, etc...).

    Any advice? This is just a thought at this point, so we're open to any suggestions.

    We live in the Seattle, WA area.

    Thanks,
    Anna

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    Anna,

    (M) Consider contacting James, the administrator of this site by writing to him at james@fornobravo.com

    James has built a couple of great mobile ovens that can be seen at:

    http://fornobravo.com/catering_pizza_oven/caterer.html

    (M) I found the following Copy-Paste from James at:


    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/show...light=portable

    "I am pleased to announce that we have finished the first two Forno Bravo portable ovens. The first model is a 43" oven set on a 6'W x 12'L trailer, and we think it looks great. We've towed it around, heated it up and put it through its paces at a party, and it's just great. It looks nice, dresses up well for a party, and it's great thermally. The first two go to Seattle and upstate NY. It's funny, but I'm terribly sad to see them shipped out. I want my own.

    Still, there will be more. It is a commercial product, and we are hoping to sell lots of them, and we will keep the next one ourselves for use in the NorCal wine country.

    Take a look at the pages on fornobravo.com. It's pretty cool.



    James"

    (M) Since you are in the Seattle area, Anna, you might find out if you could see James' oven there.
    ================================================== ==

    (M) Another source for possible Info would be:

    piomike@yahoo.com

    Mike's oven is on small wheels and moves mainly at his home but he may still have relevant suggestions for you.

    Best of luck,

    Marcel



    http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/show...ghlight=wheels
    "Everything should be made as simple as possible, ...
    but no simpler!" (Albert Einstein)

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      Thank you!

      Marcel,
      Thanks for your suggestions. I will contact James to find the one in Seattle.
      Anna

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