Are you ready for fun in the sun all summer? We are! Mark your calendars for some of these fun activities around Hutchinson. June 13-19: Hutchinson Water Carnival Kick off the summer with our local, hometown celebration. Enjoy the boat parade,
It’s time to bring out your grill, open up the cabins, and get back to spending as much time outside as possible. On Saturday, May 21st, Morgan shared these tips live with the team at CBS' WCCO Channel 4. Grilling Vegetables: A favorite around our
On Thursday, May 5, Pioneer PBS aired the final episode of Postcards season 13, featuring the Clay Coyote Pottery. The episode is available at Postcards Online and Postcard’s YouTube Channel. For more about the other artists featured in the
The Hutchinson Leader, our local paper, featured the Clay Coyote in the September 15, 2021 edition. Click here to read the full article. "While Clay Coyote’s story is a local one, it didn’t stay that way. Along with nine other businesses from across
The Clay Coyote Gallery & Pottery is located just off Main St at 22 First Ave NE, in the heart of downtown Hutchinson. Our hours are Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-5pm. Hutchinson is full many wonderful local places to enjoy a meal. Tons of local
Did you tune in this morning to WCCO? Missed it? Here's the video of our Flameware Pizza Stone in action! Watch the full 30-minute virtual cooking class to see the pizza stone on the grill and oven side-by-side.
This Friday night, join us for a Studio-To-Table dinner. It will be on Zoom. We'll be cooking up a meal in our Clay Coyote Grill Basket. Join us for: Homemade Guacamole, Grilled Salsa, Chicken Fajitas, and Grilled Pineapples and Cream. Sorry you're
Looking for an amazing and unique culinary opportunity? Join us for a Studio-To-Table Cooking Class: Grillin' and Chillin' Night on the Clay Coyote Farm. Watch the sunset over Lake Todd and the ponds and see our Clay Coyote Grill Basket in action.
I share this recipe verbally almost daily at in the Gallery. It’s from Smitten Kitchen, via my mother-in-law, and modified with local ingredients. I used our Clay Coyote Flameware Cazuela so I could start it on the stove and finish it in the over. Egg