Do you even know any potters who don't cook? Wouldn't it be great if there were a pottery design, technique, and glaze recipe book put together with a food recipe book? Well now there is, and it comes from the extensive research and passion of veteran author Sumi von Dassow. Each chapter includes an overview of the type of ware being discussed, design considerations, projects for making pots, and of course, recipes to cook in them! Besides her own explorations in the studio and kitchen, she's reached out to potters who share her passion of food and clay to make this book a truly one-of-a-kind experience. This book comes out Sumi von Dassow's love of both cooking and pottery, and her desire to share both passions with as many people as possible. You'll discover information on materials, glazes and what to consider when making pots to cook in and serve on. You'll also find many step-by-step techniques for creating casseroles to tagines, as well as scores of examples from dozens of artists, well-tested recipes and more. If you are a potter who loves to cook (or a cook who loves to pot), happy potting, and bon appétit!
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Sumi von Dassow studied ceramics at the University of Washington and San Francisco State University. She lives, teaches and makes pots in Golden, CO, where she produces a variety of work ranging from functional ware to unglazed burnished work. A long-time contributor to Pottery Making Illustrated, Sumi is also the author of Low-firing and Burnishing, Electric Kiln Pottery, and Barrel, Pit and Saggar Firing.
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Description du livre American Ceramic Society 2014-09-15, 2014. Perfect Paperback. État : New. 1574983296. N° de réf. du libraire 721285
Description du livre Amer Ceramic Society, 2014. Perfect Paperback. État : Brand New. 168 pages. 10.00x7.00x0.50 inches. In Stock. N° de réf. du libraire 1574983296