When we visited Morocco we took a cooking class at a little spot in the Atlas Mountains. The thing that struck me the most about Moroccan cooking was just how fresh everything tasted. We learned to make a chicken tagine, a health salad, and then later ate
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
In honor of our upcoming Tagine contest, we will be sharing our favorite Moroccan recipes all month long! Here is a look at how to start your own tagine inspired meal...
Since the focus of this month has primarily been Moroccan cuisine, I thought it was time to taste some of the more exotic and complicated Middle Eastern dishes I have encountered during some of my reading. Since a trip to Morocco is not in my near future,
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.
“Of all the gin joints, in all the towns, in all the world, she walks into mine.” The gin joint this Travel Mug walked in to was the aromatic kitchen of none other than Betsy and Tom of the Clay Coyote (and anyone who knows Betsy knows there’s sure to be
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