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Morgan was back on the WCCO rooftop this morning making some quick, delicious desserts in our flameware skillet (available in large or small options) and our famous grill basket. The apples were fresh picked at Carlson's Orchard right up the road
Looking for a fun day trip for the whole family? Head West to Hutchinson this Autumn. The colors along the Crow River are beautiful. There's a Sculpture Stroll, and the scenic Luce Line runs along the bank of the river. Plan a day to visit both the
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
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
Are you coming to Hutchinson for the weekend? Have we got a ton of wonderful things for you to do! July 27 & 28: Eighth Annual Minnesota Pottery Festival July 25, 26, & 27: Bonnie Mohr Summer Studio Sale July 26, 27, & 28: Orange
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.
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.