Forno Bravo carries a full line of hand-made imported Italian terracotta bakeware designed specifically for use in wood-fired brick ovens. Our bakeware is both beautiful and functional. The vibrant colors and bright glazes make the bakeware perfect for dishes that you take from the oven, straight to the table.
Made from clay quarried in Tuscany, mixed with 45% refined alumina, this wonderful bakeware is heat resistant to over 1500ºF. You can use it in a conventional oven, or a wood-fired oven. It is 100% food-safe.
We carry a range of sizes and shapes, including ovals, Lasagna pans, tall and low casseroles with lids in three sizes, and a large round roasting pan. The Forno Bravo bakeware is available in ether a lush green, or rich blue exterior, both with a traditional brown interior. Our Lasagna pan has a contrasting light brown interior and dark brown exterior.
We have been using bakeware from this producer, located in San Gimignano, Italy, for years, and we have really enjoy it -- for how it cooks, how it looks and how well it lasts
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Lets face it. The very best way to choose your pizza oven is to give us a call. We have a vast knowledge of all of the ovens from the Primavera to the Artigiano and the Commercial ovens as well. So whether you are looking for small gatherings in your back yard, large gatherings in your back yard, big parties inside your home or maybe you are opening a restaurant and want to bake 200+ pizzas an hour. We will discuss all your needs and give you the info that you will need to decide which oven is right for you. Things like, how many pizza's and breads that you would like to bake at one time and how often do you intend to use your oven. Where will your oven be located, inside the home or outside. Do you need an oven delivered assembled or is a modular pizza oven right for you. We also have the best Commercial ovens for you. Wood fired and Wood Gas fired combos.
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Your brick oven is capable of an almost endless variety of cooking styles. With almost all types of cooking, you should bring your oven fully up to heat, then prepare it for the type of cooking you want to do by moving the fire and coals, and letting the oven temperature reach the range where you will be cooking. How long you fire your oven depends on how much cooking you will be doing, and how long you want your oven to hold its heat. Remember that you can only take out heat from the oven that you put in. If you are going to be cooking a lot of pizza for a large party, or baking lots of bread or a large roast, fire your oven longer. If you are making pizza for the family for a mid-week meal, you can fire your oven for a shorter time -- typically only until the dome goes white