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Bringing Old Europe Home with Wood-Fired Ovens

It’s always great to have a local publication support your business with a great article. Thanks to Dennis Ray with Rapid River Arts & Culture Magazine he compiled an enjoyable piece about the Forno Bravo wood-fired ovens available at the The ARCH.  Dennis included a bit of history about the ovens and pointed out that “Virtually every Tuscan farmhouse has, or had an original brick or stone oven.”  There was a reason for this and I would say it was no secret that the food was delicious from the efficient dome shaped ovens that retained heat so effectively.   Click on the following link  for the entire article from the June 2010 publication:  http://rapidrivermagazine.com/rriver_mag/06-RRiver_June2010.pdf You’ll need to enter page 2 for the article to come up and scroll down on the page to see our advertisement as well.  Also included in this publication is an article about

Just one setting for Forno Bravo Wood-Fired oven

 the upcoming  Western North Carolina’s Architecture and Design Expo being held at the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville June 25 and 26. Several of the artists at this event have work displayed at The ARCH as well.

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