Mother's Day is just around the corner, and its time to start brainstorming the perfect item for your wonderful mother. My go-to is always the handmade object, specifically pottery! Lately, Ira Burhans' stoneware pottery has been catching my eye in the
Ira Burnhans’ functional pots are new to Clay Coyote Gallery. Here is what Ira says about his work, “I am drawn to the classic Japanese pottery that influenced many potters. The simple shapes and glazes seem to fit those pots so well.” Many of his
Interested in getting a cassole? View them in our Made at the Clay Coyote Shop. Instructions This Cassoulet Recipe is as accurate as it gets. It is by Paula Wolfert from her book "The Cooking of Southwest France" which inspired us, with a
I use my Dutch Oven every week, and this week I challenged myself to make a stew. Doesn't really sound like a challenge? Well, it was for me. When I was little, I had an intense hatred of stew! My parents would threaten to put stew in my lunch as a means
One of my favorite things about Winter is warming my kitchen by making soups and stews in my Dutch Oven. I almost forgot about the Polar Vortex while I slurped this steamy, hearty, summer in your mouth creation.
Check out the new Clay Coyote Flameware Skillets in our Made at the Coyote Shop. I made mini empanadas for our Cuban themed Christmas party. My secret is using wonton wrappers. Those little babies make easy work of everything from gnocchi to
This recipe submitted for our tagine recipe contest by Jodi Edstrom was our 3rd place winner. She used pheasant, which is local to our area. We loved that she created the tagine with traditional Moroccan elements, and then personalized it by using local
Runner up in the 2012 tagine contest... Deciding on 1 winner for the 2012 tagine recipe contest was a difficult task for our judges. This recipe from Elsa Cooks was a close second runner up, and winner of a Clay Coyote gift certificate. We made this