Hotnu Bread Making
Please arrive at 8:30 AM.
9:00 AM Workshop start.
Hotnu Bread Making:
Learn how to bake bread fresh from an open wood fired oven. There is a great practice of making freshly baked bread with a traditional Hotnu oven. With recipes and techniques that date back to the 1920s & 1930s, Tony Mantanona, our cultural practitioner, who began baking with his mother as a child, said the bread tastes “even better” baked this way.
Making wood-fired bread is a sure fire way to bring family, friends, and members of the community together around the warmth of a great tradition that yields some of the most delicious and freshest bread possible. The best part of learning a lifelong skill, might just be the immediate satisfaction of being able to take home a fresh slice of delicious bread.
Space is limited so sign up today!
*All morning workshops include a mini fiesta-style bbq lunch plate.
There will be one — 2-hour session — on Saturday scheduled for 9:00 AM. Please arrive at 8:30 AM.
Guests will be welcomed at the Valley of the Latte Visitor’s Center and transported to the Latte Dock on our River Boats. All cultural workshops are conducted outdoors.