Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as hornito.
“Another example of his touch is found in his 'horno' or oven room.”
“If all goes well, the kiln being well built, and no air admitted, some thirty to forty tons of charcoal are produced from one of these heaps; not infrequently, however, the crown breaks in; this allows the air to enter, the wood is completely burnt, and the labour expended on this "horno" is represented by a few cartloads of useless ash.”
“Roast pork with ancho chile, honey and cilantro sauce: Puerco al horno con salsa de chile ancho, miel y cilantro”
“Roast pork with ancho chile, honey and cilantro sauce: Puerco al horno con salsa de chile ancho, miel y cilantro: Mexican Recipe”
“Roast pork with ancho chile, honey and cilantro sauce: Puerco al horno con salsa de chile ancho, miel y cilantro by”
“Chihuahua-style roast turkey: Pavo al horno estilo Chihuahua”
“Nothing like empanadas de horno on a cool Puerto Montt early afternoon (maybe accompanied by a couple of pisco sours …) thanks for the recipe.”
“From time to time, she glances out the window to the backyard, where her husband is feeding small, dry sticks into his new four-by-four horno.”
“Her smaller tamales are, she says, her only concession to modernity: “People love the little ones as snacks, and Hutch and I love them in these green chile stews we make in the horno.””
“Two of the grandchildren joyfully slapped mud pies together behind the brick oven that crouched like a dozing dinosaur beneath a corrugated tin roof; José and Cecilia would later awaken the horno to fire their pieces.”
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