Whether you’ve used clay cookware before or you’re still wondering if it’s right for you, here is a list of our most common questions and answers so you can feel confident about cooking with clay: What’s clay cookware? Clay cookware is an alternative
Wednesday, August 9th was a bustling day at the Clay Coyote. News station WCCO from the Twin Cities came to Hutchinson for their “Goin’ to the Lake” segment and chose to visit the Clay Coyote. They spent the afternoon with us filming and enjoying what the
It’s finally August folks, and that means all things garlic in Hutchinson. There are a lot of events going on this month, so I’m here to give you some insight on what’s happening! But, be sure to buy a pack of gum because you’ll be leaving these events
It's not everyday you think about what goes into your cookware. No, I don’t mean what food goes into it that you’re cooking, I mean the materials used to actually produce the pot or skillet you are using. The most common type of cookware people use
The 6th Annual Minnesota Pottery Festival is proud to announce a total of 35 potters from around the United States coming to the event to showcase their work. Of those 35, 14 of them are new to the festival this year. Bob Briscoe — Briscoe Pottery -
It’s almost time for one of the ‘hottest’ events of the summer: The 6th Annual Minnesota Pottery Festival! This event will take place Saturday, July 29th from 10am - 5pm and Sunday, July 30th from 12pm - 4pm. This is a free event and open to all ages.
Levi Yankosky joined the Clay Coyote Emerging Artist Program on September 1st. Levi is a self-taught potter from rural Minnesota. Levi has been working as a production potter for Dock 6 Pottery and Kerry Brooks Pottery in Minneapolis. Levi's been
Arugula, Sunflower Seed, and Garlic Scape Pesto This is a tasty way to use the bounty of greens we have at this time of year. All of the produce in this recipe is from Loon Organics. This pesto has a peppery taste from the