Most of the pottery in day-to-day life is stoneware, earthenware, porcelain, or terracotta. It can be unglazed or glazed. If glazed, it’s normally fired at least twice, but there are exceptions where some potters have come up with a single firing process.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 8, 2019 CONTACT: Morgan Baum or Betsy Price email@example.com | (320) 587-2599 PROMINENT MINNESOTA POTTER FEATURED AT MN POTTERY FESTIVAL WEEKEND OF DEMONSTRATIONS AND HANDS-ON CLAY
Watch as Morgan makes her go-to fajitas for the WCCO team. These pots are hot, hot, hot. So order your Flameware Grill Basket now.
In honor of our Saturday Morning spot on WCCO June 29th, check out this Flashback Friday Fajitas recipe! The thing I like to make most often in my Flameware Grill Basket is chicken fajitas. It's like you're at the local Mexican restaurant with all the
Are you looking for a unique culinary experience? Join us for two cooking with the Clay Coyote events in June. Bring your spouse, parent, or friend along for a night of food and pottery on a gorgeous setting just one hour West of the Twin Cities.
Thanks to Zachary H. for inspiring this easy weeknight dinner. We used what we had in the fridge. Sauté the veggies in Flameware Skillet and a little olive oil, then place the pizza dough over the top, once the dough starts to poof up (technical term),
Despite spending years working in kitchens, I’ve never been much of a baker. Most of my time was spent juggling several pans on burners; a collection of steaks, burgers, chicken, and salmon on the grill; Reubens, grilled cheese sandwiches, and quesadillas
Mother’s Day is next Sunday. You probably have an idea of what you want to get for your mom or have bought it already, but maybe you are still looking for a unique gift to impress her this year. We’ve got that covered here at the Clay Coyote. Our wide
Chef Morgan surprised me with lunch today. Today she featured her "at-home-hack" for Bakers Square's stir fry pita. It's a simple recipe that is easy to scale for however many you are serving. You'll need little more than a knife, cutting board, and one