Pork and apples are a classic combination. There are a few theories as to why. Some suggest that pigs were often left to forage the windfall in apple orchards, others say that the apple harvest happened at the same time of year as when the hogs needed to
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.
See our Flameware Moroccan Tagine in action, enjoy a dinner outside (or in the Gallery weather permitting), a private tour of where we make the pottery, and take home a Clay Coyote Moroccan Package (tagine, cookbook, apron). Moroccan Menu -- Feta,
Thanks to Zachary H. for inspiring this easy weeknight dinner. We used what we had in the fridge. Sauté the veggies in Flameware Skillet and a little olive oil, then place the pizza dough over the top, once the dough starts to poof up (technical term),
Who doesn’t love a hot bowl of homemade soup? There are so many different varieties to make, and whatever you choose is guaranteed to warm your home, body, and soul. That’s something especially important during a cold and snowy winter like the one we have
Happy National Chili Day! In honor of this timely holiday we made a big batch of homemade chili in our handmade flameware Dutch Oven. Three kinds of organic beans (pinto, kidney, black), crushed tomatoes, green chilies, fresh bell pepper, and tons of
Now, before you change your mind about us, both Morgan and I are not originally from Minnesota, so it’s not our fault we don’t call it hot dish. Because we don’t call it that, it got me wondering what the origin of hot dish is, considering Minnesota is
One of the questions we get a lot is about lids for our Flameware pots. We normally recommend a multi-purpose lid that you can get for around $8 at Target. But it just so happens that my stockpot lid fits perfectly on my cazuela (aka my go-to, everyday,