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Kevin Cabrera: The Big Island’s Itinerant Baker.

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After meeting Albie at The Bread Baker’s Guild of America’s Camp Bread a few years ago, Kevin and Kay Cabrera decided to make the trip to Maine for last year’s Kneading Conference (all the way from their home in Hawaii!). Both Kevin and Kay are passionate bakers, and Kevin had dreamed of having his own wood fired oven for quite some ...

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We’re Live!

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Welcome to the brand new Mainewoodheat.com! We’re proud to bring new resources and expanded features on our masonry heaters and the world’s best wood fired ovens to the web. Please have a look around–there’s new information, galleries and–most importantly–our very own Wood Heat Blog! Check in frequently to see the recent happenings in our world and fill us in ...

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Le Panyol in King Arthur Flour Fall Baker’s Catalog

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Maine Wood Heat has enjoyed working with King Arthur flour for several years now. Our first project together was a giant Le Panyol Model 180 commercial oven for King Arthur’s Baking Education Center in Norwich, Vermont. Their instructors have given us some excellent feedback on the teaching oven and quite a few excellent photo ops. Needless to say, they’re a ...

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A JOURNEY TO EUROPE

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In the winter of 1978, armed with a camera, a notebook, a three week Eurail pass, very little money, and a mission to learn about European masonry heater traditions, I, along with my wife Cheryl, and our infant son Scott, landed somehow in Switzerland. We stayed in the timber frame barn/home (einhaus) combination of a young organic agricultural extension agent, Otto Schmid, and his father. The home was heated, of course, with a Swiss tile stove (Kachelofen) that ...

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