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
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 medium saucepan, and the tagine. These might all be familiar
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 first time. I was a senior in high school and went to Dassel-Cokato. I was in a college English class and had to
Interested in getting a cassole? View them in our Made at the Clay Coyote Shop. Instructions This Cassoulet Recipe is as accurate as it gets. It is by Paula Wolfert from her book "The Cooking of Southwest France" which inspired us, with a
We're taking orders for our 4-quart Dutch Oven. If you'd like to be at the top of the waitlist please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. One of my favorite things about Winter is warming my kitchen by making soups and stews in my Dutch Oven. I
The Travel Mug went on a Moroccan adventure: seventeen days, six stops, 1,555 kilometers (966 miles), countless good meals and numerous bottles of wine. This blog is going to be heavy on the photos because the Travel Mug was snap-happy. There are also a
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
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...