The first blog we every posted on the original Clay Coyote website was about banana bread. It’s been almost 20 years since that recipe went live. I’ve traveled many places and had many great banana breads since, and my recipe has evolved. But it’s
Owner, CEO, and chef Morgan Baum whipped up a delicious saag paneer for lunch here at the Clay Coyote today. She has written about this recipe before as a part of a Friday night "take-in" meal she made when craving Indian food. The recipe is simple enough
This is a big deal, the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, or NCECA, 53rd annual conference, “Claytopia,” will take place March 27 through March 30 at the Minneapolis Convention Center. The last time NCECA was in Minnesota was in 1996.
I have a confession to make. I love coffee. Dark roast, light roast, Americanos, double espresso shots, pour-overs, french press, good old drip coffee . . . I love it all. So, when I heard it was caffeine awareness month, my first thought was “I’m very
Starting Thursday, March 14th, 2019 we are featuring a special all ceramic exhibit in the Clay Coyote Gallery. The Exhibit will run March 14 through the 31st in conjunction with Claytopia, The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts' (NCECA)
You read that right. Bread can be made in a Clay Coyote Chicken Baker. Well, monkey bread, that is. Morgan did a little experiment this morning to see if there is a use for the Chicken Baker besides making delicious, juicy chicken. As it turns out, you
Well folks, we've made it through Monday and now it's time to reward yourself by celebrating the best weekly holiday there is: Taco Tuesday! Morgan came prepared with homemade tacos for lunch today. I have written about my opinion on the best kind of
Who doesn’t love a hot bowl of homemade soup? There are so many different varieties to make, and whatever you choose is guaranteed to warm your home, body, and soul. That’s something especially important during a cold and snowy winter like the one we have