Horno is a traditional oven of Taos Pueblo Indians which is beehive-shaped wood-heated outdoor oven made of mud, straw, rocks and adobe bricks. It is used for steaming corn; for roasting meat, pumpkin and chiles; for baking bread and pastries; and for firing pottery.

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