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Flo will join us each day to make traditional bread in Ghost Ranch’s Horno (wood-fired oven). Bread making is a long process and often done communally.  You are invited to join Flo in the process during the afternoon.  Flo starts first thing in the morning preparing the dough. Then it’s on to getting the Horno ready.  White cedar is the wood of choice.  The Horno needs to be cleaned and fired until it reaches a constant temperature.  The dough then gets formed into loaves and fed into the Horno, where it bakes for about 45 minutes.  Once done (and cooled!), we’ll have free bread samples for you to try!  Flo will have some of her beautiful pottery on hand, and loves chatting about Jemez pottery and cooking traditions.

Rough Schedule:
12:30 pm – Preparing the Horno and bread 
3:00 pm – Bread tasting!  
The Horno is along the road just past the Food Vendors.  


Three day and single day passes are available. VIP options include curated dinners and access to the VIP Lounge with viewing area hosted by Tumbleroot Distillery.