Posted by: CCT | April 27, 2010

[74] Garbanzo Bean Bowl & Cup

Artist: Mom (Fairbanks Alaskan Potter) for the bean bowl and cup.
Artist’s Websites: NA
Artist’s Contact Info: NA

Background:  Moroccan Garbanzo Bean Dish courtesy of The McDougall Cookbook.  Hand-made pottery bowl and cup  courtesy of my parents, who gave them to us during a visit a while back.  Lovely work!

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Posted by: CCT | March 30, 2010

[75] Ornamental Noodle Bowl

Artist: Alan Higinbotham
Artist’s Websites: alanhiginbothampottery.com
Artist’s Contact Info: 541-928-0552

Background:  Pad Thai courtesy of The McDougall Cookbook.  Hand-made pottery bowl courtesy of the above named artist from the 2009 Ceramic Showcase.  This was bought there to add to our collection.

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Posted by: CCT | March 18, 2010

[76-77] Sugar Bowl & Salt/Pepper Shakers

[CLICK HERE FOR IMAGES OF THE LITTLE SALAD DRESSING CUP]

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Artist: Mom (Fairbanks Alaskan Potter) for the salt/pepper shakers and sugar bowl.
Artist’s Websites: NA
Artist’s Contact Info: NA

Background:  Hand-made pottery salt and pepper shakers and sugar bowl  courtesy of my parents, who gave them to us during a visit a while back.  What beautiful work!

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Mom’s sugar bowl with another from a different artist.

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Posted by: CCT | March 18, 2010

[78] Salad/Soup Bowl and Salad Dressing Cup

Artist: Stan Zielinski (Fairbanks Alaskan Potter) for the 3-set salad/soup bowls.
Artist’s Websites: Unknown
Artist’s Contact Info: Unknown

Background:  Salad courtesy of The McDougall Cookbook.  Hand-made pottery bowels courtesy of my parents, who gave them to us during a visit a while back.  This is some really beautiful work!

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Artist: Mom (Fairbanks Alaskan Potter) for the little salad dressing cup.
Artist’s Websites: NA
Artist’s Contact Info: NA

Background:  Salad dressing courtesy of Bryanna Clark Grogan’s: The (Almost) No-Fat Cookbook.  Hand-made pottery dressing cup courtesy of my parents, who gave it to us during a visit a while back.  Again – what beautiful work!

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Posted by: CCT | March 14, 2010

[79] Small Dessert & Sugar Bowls

Artist: Charles Piatt (for the dessert dishes)
Artist’s Websites: NA

Artist’s Contact Info: 503-238-0973 (Studio),  503-284-6946 (Residence)

Background:  Salad courtesy of The McDougall Cookbook.  Hand-made pottery dessert dishes courtesy of the above named artist from the 2009 Ceramic Showcase.  This was purchased there to add to our collection.

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Artist: Jill Warila (for the sugar bowl)
Artist’s Websites: http://www.angelfire.com/art/madeinthegorge/jwalbum3.html
Artist’s Contact Info: 541-490-0735,  ccppots@hrecn.net

Background:  Hand-made pottery sugar bowel courtesy of the above named artist from the 2008 Ceramic Showcase.  This was purchased there to add to our collection.

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Sugar bowl shown with another that my mom made.

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Sugar bowl shown as composition with its original collection.

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Posted by: CCT | March 14, 2010

[80] Alaskan Artist Soup Bowls

Artist: Unknown
Artist’s Website: Unknown
Artist’s Contact Info: Unknown

Background:  Lentil dish courtesy of The McDougall Cookbook.  Hand-made pottery bowel courtesy of our Alaskan friends (Bonnie & Bhaskar), who gave us a matched set as a wedding present in December 2003.  If you know the artist, please email us with his/her information.

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Posted by: CCT | March 14, 2010

80-Recipe Countdown

This site intends to feature functional art (pottery) in the kitchen.  As such, the works of many artists will be showcased with various food dishes.  The idea is to show off the works of many potters in the context of our other passionate project to work through 80 healthy recipes.  The project is called “Dinner is – Mission Simpossible” and has already started!  Please join us in enjoying the art and science of healthy cooking, and of showing it all off with beautiful handcrafted pottery!

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