From Emily in the Gallery ~ The first day of summer was yesterday, and I cant help but dream and salivate over the thought of all the fresh veggies that
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 Clay Coyote makes their own line of cookware, the most famous being the flameware line. This includes the ever-so-popular grill basket, the cazuela, the large and small skillets, the
The Clay Coyote has a feeling of home as soon as you walk in the door. I had the privilege in 2015 of feeling that sense of home for the
We were approached by Paula Wolfert (she has used several of our pots in the past) to see if we could make a cassole similar to one she had bought in France years ago. She was updating her famous book, “The Cooking of Southwest France” and needed a pot large enough to easily hold the whole 22 cup cassoulet recipe (over 5 quarts) and shaped to properly bake this wonderful dish.