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Horno Incense Burner

$10.99
  • Check out this adorable Horno Incense Burner from Incensio de Santa Fe!
  • An Horno (pronounced or-no) is a mud and straw oven used by the Pueblo Indians of the Southwest.
  • Spanish for oven, they are used to cook vegetables and meat but are mostly known for baking bread.
  • Horno's are still used today & can be seen all over New Mexico.
  • Piñon wood smoke is a staple of New Mexican cooking and is recognized for giving the bread its rich flavor.
  • With Piñon smoke is drifting from the chimney you are right back home.
  • Set includes one Horno Oven and 20 Count Box of Piñon Incense.
  • The Horno fireplace is 4" high, the bottom is 3" wide, and it is 3" deep.
  • Add in the 7 Scent Incense Sampler and you have a wonderful gift!
  • From Made in New Mexico. Ships Next Business Day. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

An Horno (pronounced or-no) is a mud and straw oven used by the Pueblo Indians of the Southwest. Hornos, Spanish for oven, are used to cook vegetables and meat but are especially known for baking bread and are still used today. Piñon wood smoke a staple of New Mexican cooking is recognized for giving the bread its rich flavor. Set includes one Horno Oven and 20 Count Box of Piñon Incense. From Made in New Mexico. Ships Next Business Day. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

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