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How to Season a Molcajete

Last week we received our shipment of assorted Pig Molcajetes from Mexico and they have been flying off the shelf! Well, I actually haven’t seen any of the pigs fly, but they’ve been very popular thus far and I think we’re going to have a hard time keeping them stocked! 431 more words

Bellingham

More pots

And the mortar and pestle, the pestle is tricky to do as there is considerable torque on the porcelain while throwing, unless the hands are kept very wet 16 more words

Pottering

Huun-Huur-Tu Trap + Small Update

Hey Internet. How’s every little thing? I’ve been foraging like a wild woman since the weather got better, so I haven’t had the time for blogging. 56 more words

Work

A Day in the Life of a New Molcajete: Part II

The curing process is a long drawn out event that should mark a very important moment in the life of he or she who manages to start and finish the procedure. 263 more words

Food And Drink

A love letter to Manly

Great news, friends: We found an apartment! We will be moving in this weekend, so there will be plenty of photos and blog posts about that new adventure soon. 828 more words

The Pellet With the Poison........

Is in the vessel with the pestle………
For the uninitiated, that’s a line from A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court.

I finally managed back out to play. 139 more words

Woodturning

The Kyphi Report: Mid February Edition

The first kyphi has cured about a moon and a half now, give or take. Interesting things are happening. The edition of fruit soaked in alcohol and sugar has gone from giving the incense a jammy, smoky scent to a mysterious resin-like sweetness unlike any of the resins called for in the recipe. 437 more words

Work