Morgan and I continue our cooking saga with a super easy, versatile dish. We’re talking about frittatas. Frittatas are a great way to use up leftovers from last night’s dinner, or to make sure all your summer CSA veggies get put to use. You can put any
Even if it feels like a summer day today, we all know Fall is coming fast, and that means apple season! We have a few apple trees here at Clay Coyote, and this year we needed some help clearing them off. This past weekend we offered the opportunity for
This weekend, join us in the Gallery for our Apples & Art event. We'll have complimentary apple treats (breads, sweets, warm cider) and U-Pick apples from our apple trees. The honeycrips, harrelson, and cortland varieties are all absolutely
Yes, this will blow your socks off. We get our veggies from Loon Organic CSA, but the Farmer's Market is over flowing right now. Late Summer Grilled Salsa Grab some late summer tomatoes, onions, peppers, and garlic and rough chop into large
If you have been in the gallery lately, you may have noticed some slightly empty shelves. Between the Minnesota Pottery Festival, Minnesota Garlic Festival, and wedding season we’ve been moving a lot of pots! Thankfully, we’ve been able to get stocked
Using our Flameware Grill Basket is easy and we think it makes the best grilled potatoes around! Steps: 1) Cut up potatoes so they're all the same size for more consistent cooking 2) Toss on olive oil and seasoning, we use a cookie sheet to catch
Have you heard of Enchroma glasses? If you don’t know them by name, you’ve probably seen a video of a person trying on a pair and being brought to tears. These glasses are meant to help color blind individuals enhance their ability to differentiate
As the Mythbusters would say, "do not try this at home." We put a stoneware pie dish to the test on the stovetop. That's why we have flameware ... clay and glaze designed for extreme temperature swings.
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.