Hello, I’m Nic and I’ve been with Clay Coyote since this summer. As an introduction I thought I would start in the same spot I like to point people to who are just starting their flameware collections, or trying flameware out to see what it’s all about. The Mini Savory Pie Plate is a great place to start a collection or dip a toe in to try the waters.
As someone who has recently (around 6 months) started cooking with Clay Coyote flameware themselves, it is easy to recommend the Mini Savory Pie Plate. The price point is half or even a third the cost of the Mini Savory’s larger or more specialized older siblings, and is a good place to start if your curious about cooking with clay. The Mini Savory is the perfect size to cook for one or two people.
I like to use my Mini Savory Pie Plate almost every day, as a cooking vessel and to be honest I use it a lot of days as my meal or snack plate. The Mini is the perfect size to cook a couple eggs in the morning, and is just the right size to cook a couple large chicken breasts or 4 chicken thighs, just the perfect amount for a personal meal with left overs or a quiet dinner for two.
On the days where I don’t have the creative cooking juices flowing, I still find myself reaching to the un-official home of my Mini Savory, the kitchen drying rack. It is the perfect size to fill with popcorn or chips and stream an episode or two of your favorite show. Overall the Mini Savory Pie Plate is a low risk high reward way to get into the world of cooking with pottery.