On Thursday, May 5, Pioneer PBS aired the final episode of Postcards season 13, featuring the Clay Coyote Pottery. The episode is available at Postcards Online and Postcard’s YouTube Channel. For more about the other artists featured in the
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
Media Coverage Postcards on PBS (airing Spring 2022) https://www.pbs.org/show/postcards/ Clay Coyote Shares Recipes On Small Business Saturday [WCCO-CBS, November 2021] Made in McLeod Feature story [Fall 2021] Resilience earns Clay Coyote
Looking for a fun, easy baking project? No-Knead Bread is easy! Watch Clay Coyote's CEO, Morgan Baum, cooking live on channel 4, WCCO-CBS. Learn more, get the recipe, tips, and variations here. And order your Bread Baker today, use code
We’ve been making No-Knead Bread Bakers at the Clay Coyote for more than a decade. I looked back, the first mention was back in 2010. The thing about this technique is that there are many, many variations. It’s also a super forgiving recipe, which is good
The Clay Coyote Gallery & Pottery is located just off Main St at 22 First Ave NE, in the heart of downtown Hutchinson. Our hours are Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-5pm. Spend the day in Hutch: Quilt Haven on Main Hutchinson Center for the Arts
Customers have been asking for a long, narrow, Flameware tray for fish. We set out to create it. Initially, we wanted to add holes to the tray, similar to the Grill Basket, to allow the juices to drain off. But after consulting with our "fisher folk"
Our little pottery shop is not just surviving, we're thriving. Watch CBS-WCCO's segment on Clay Coyote's pandemic success story.