Renowned chef Paula Wolfert gave us inspiration at the Clay Coyote for making a Moroccan cooking dish called a tagine. You can see in our previous article the history of the tagine and a few recipes you can make in your own. Here, we are describing a
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
Check out the new Clay Coyote Flameware in our Made at the Coyote Shop Happy International Tagine Month! Yesterday was a day of firsts for me. My first fish tagine, my first time making a charmoula, and my first unsuccessful recipe from the Food of
May is international tagine month. We are holding our 2nd annual tagine recipe contest. First prize will be decided by our panel of judges, and to the victor goes one of our new Flameware Dutch Ovens. Tagine month has inspired me to explore outside of my
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.
Every culture has their own unique contribution to the culinary world. I was interested by this quote from Chef Mourad Lahlou's new book, and wanted to share it. " I'm going to go out on a limb here- the limb of a lemon tree- and say that preserved
This is one of the 3 finalists for our Tagine Recipe Contest. Our judges described this dish as a unique combination of distinct flavors and textures. Tagine aux Pruneaux 4 pounds lamb shoulder de-boned 1 pound prunes 1/2 pounds whole almonds 1