After months of pouring over cook books, experimenting with unfamiliar ingredients, and multiple visits to various ethnic grocers, I was ready to create my own tagine recipe. I wanted the recipe in include as many locally found ingredients as
We once again celebrated the season with our annual Clay Coyote Christmas party. We always include a "few of our favorite things" each year... Local ingredients, a selection of Paula Wolfert recipes, dishes made in Clay Coyote pottery, and ice cream.
It always amazes me what a difference 1 week in Minnesota can make! Last week, I was overheating in my light 3/4 sleeve shirt and jeans. While this week, my 3 layers, scarf, and head band were not enough to keep me warm. We continued to plant the garlic,
This summer the Travel Mug has been on many adventures around the world, but the Travel Mug also knows that home is where the heart is. And the Mug didn't want to miss out on all the exciting Hutchinson summer fun! So here is a look back at July and
Last night was the first frost here in Minnesota. Not a hard one, but enough to turn the low spots white. Now we can get on with Indian Summer. How many of you remember the piece that used to run in the Chicago Tribune every fall? "Injun Summer" by