Superior cookware for the kitchen to the table.

We believe food tastes better when cooked in clay pots. Cook on Clay flameware offers a truly superior cooking and eating experience. Our pots are designed to highlight the beauty of daily cooking tasks. You will taste the difference when you put Cook on Clay pots to work in your kitchen.

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“If you believe that cooking is an art form, these flameware pots are a must!"

Judith Keyssar, San Francisco CA

Cooking on Clay

Summer Studio Tour & Sale

Two Weekends

August 23 & 24  :: 10am – 5pm

Cook on Clay is thrilled to host guest artist Deborah Schwartzkopf from Seattle. “I find it rewarding to make pots people will use. Eating with family and friends instills a sense of place and relation. I want my pots to live in the kitchen where economy and celebration infuse life with purposeful beauty.”

August 29, 30 & 31 :: 10am - 5pm

All the members of Team Cook on Clay will be exhibiting their pots -- Apprentices Jordan Jones & Clovy Tsuchiya, and Summer Intern Mary Krochmalny. Maryon Attwood will have her Spirit Houses and Robbie Lobell has mugs and a new series of small olive oil pots.

We have an excellent selection of Cook on Clay pots and even some seconds for sale! We are #9 on the Tour map.

Demonstrations throughout each day on how to use our Cook on Clay flameproof cookware . . . with bites and sips to share.

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Summer Intern

Cook on Clay has had an extra set of creative hands this summer. Mary Krochmalny, a student in the Textile Arts program at the Rhode Island School of Design and with a love for clay, spent three months at Cook on Clay this summer reacquainting herself with the pleasures of making pottery.

Mary assisted in all aspects of the Cook on Clay processes and spent many hours in her studio creating a variety of beautiful pots using her love of surface design to enhance her thrown forms.

We will miss Mary and wish her great success in her studies this year at RISD.

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Tables Across America

We've been making pots for restaurants and shops.

Cook on Clay owners, Maryon Attwood and Robbie Lobell, took a few days off last spring to experience the famed culinary art of chef, Blaine Wetzel at the Willows Inn on Lummi Island. They had the opportunity to meet and chat with Blaine and introduce him to Cook on Clay pots. This spring, Blaine ordered 40 small covered pots. Robbie is working diligently to deliver these little gems by mid-May. We're looking forward to our next culinary experience at The Willows Inn!

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