This is a pickle pot with a more rounded lid. Copper creates the smokey silver color cutting through the brown glaze. 2011. It’s a smaller size which good for making a kimchee or fermenting one small cabbage.
This is a porcelain teapot with an eggshell white glaze. I wanted to keep it simple to highlight the mushroom elements. Time for tea!
This is the first pickling crock that I ever made. This is a stoneware pot with a couple different cone 10 glazes. This is large enough to hold one shredded smallish size cabbage. There is also an inner lid which is used to weigh down the cabbage and salt underneath the water so that theContinue reading “Sauerkrauter”
This is another detail of the sauerkrauter showing the inner fermentation weight (used to hold down the vegetables underneath the salt water mixture) sitting inside the crock.
“Just tasted the kraut. It is truly fantastic – thanks in no small part to the crock. Stokesville!” -January 27, 2012