We tried the internet feta-tomato rage. We tried it out in our Clay Coyote Baking Dish (aka the square baker). The steps are pretty simple. And the best part is you can get creative and add whatever you want to the mix. In fact? If you
Covid-19 has caused a whirlwind of changes for everyone this year, especially to small business owners. Small businesses everywhere were hit hard with financial difficulties with the shutdown. While we've remained resilient during these times, we still
We have a dedicated Glaze page under our Online Shop tab. This is also a quick reference guide for our 2020 Stoneware Glazes. Click here to download this image.
TL;DR: All of our pots are handmade, and whatever you want to cook in them, you can. They're designed with functionality in mind, but we encourage you to get creative. Some of our stuff sounds fancy, it can be if you want, but it doesn't need to be. And
Cooking with the Coyotes: Dutch Mac & Cheese in the Clay Coyote Flameware Savory Pie Dish! Start on the stove by making a roux, add milk, cheese*, mustard, spices, and simmer until thick (10 mins). Add in cooked pasta and top with panko. Using hot
Our handmade flameware tagine is perfect for low, slow, simmering on the stovetop. This weekend we were craving rich Italian flavors, a neighbor to Morocco on the Mediterranean Sea. First, we sautéed fresh garlic and minced onion in Olive Oil. The
Did you tune in this morning to WCCO? Missed it? Here's the video of our Flameware Pizza Stone in action! Watch the full 30-minute virtual cooking class to see the pizza stone on the grill and oven side-by-side.
Now that we've released out new Flameware Cooking & Pizza Stone, there has been a lot of discussion about pizza toppings. Welcome to the Clay Coyote Kitchen Chat:
A lot of R&D goes into all the Clay Coyote pottery. Our Flameware Chef's Line has more than two decades of home cooking research behind it. So when we add a new piece to the line, we have to do our homework. First, we make a prototype. Then,