As you know, tomorrow is the first official day of Spring. Usually, the equinox does not coincide with the beginning of our Minnesota Spring. Last year, we were still shoveling snow well into April. I am excited to officially declare it Spring here at
We thought Nancy Baggett, author of Kneadlessly Simple needed one of our no-knead bread bakers. We enjoy her cookbooks and blog, and we thought she might enjoy one of our bakers. We were surprised when she created a new bread recipe in honor of her gift.
I preserved lemons to make this tagine recipe from Mourad's book, "New Morocco." Mourad describes this as,"an ultra classic Moroccan chicken dish- and a great starter recipe for test driving your new tagine." I thought it was a great way to introduce my
Every year I go vegan for about a month. My strongest temptation during this time is desserts. I thought this year I would start my vegan cleanse by having a satisfying sweet on hand to combat my cravings. This recipe from Paula's newest
We really enjoy our Brie here at Clay Coyote. You may remember this recipe from our entertaining event last November. After my first bite, a frenzy started. I couldn't help myself... The caramelized onions and cranberries are a sweet balance to the soft
I think I may have been a cook in a logging camp in a former life. I make a meal, and the leftovers usually last into the next week. I only cook for 2, not a team of hungry lumberjacks. This tendency keeps me from making dishes like lasagna and breakfast
After months of pouring over cook books, experimenting with unfamiliar ingredients, and multiple visits to various ethnic grocers, I was ready to create my own tagine recipe. I wanted the recipe in include as many locally found ingredients as
Since the focus of this month has primarily been Moroccan cuisine, I thought it was time to taste some of the more exotic and complicated Middle Eastern dishes I have encountered during some of my reading. Since a trip to Morocco is not in my near future,
We once again celebrated the season with our annual Clay Coyote Christmas party. We always include a "few of our favorite things" each year... Local ingredients, a selection of Paula Wolfert recipes, dishes made in Clay Coyote pottery, and ice cream.